Chukotka extended restrictive measures on coronavirus until February 3

Chukotka authorities decided to extend restrictive measures on coronavirus infection COVID-19 until February 3. This was reported by the regional government.

“In the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, restrictive measures have been extended in connection with the epidemic situation on coronavirus. They will be valid until February 3, 2021, inclusive “, – leads RIA Novosti message.

It is noted that “the corresponding decree was signed by the governor Roman Kopin.”

According to data as of January 19, in Russia during the day, 21,734 people were diagnosed with coronavirus infection COVID-19. In total, during the epidemic, 3,612,800 cases of the disease were recorded in the country.

Doctor of Medical Sciences, infectious disease-virologist Nikolay Malyshev in an interview with HCH commented on the situation with vaccination against COVID-19.


Source: RT на русском by russian.rt.com.

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