In the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, the first cases of COVID-19 importation by local residents who have been on vacation in other regions have been registered. The head of the regional department of Rospotrebnadzor Maya Solovyova announced this, the correspondent of Znak.com reports, at a meeting of the regional headquarters to counter the spread of coronavirus.
According to her, two patients contracted COVID-19 in the Krasnodar Territory and the Stavropol Territory, one person each with coronavirus returned to the district from Dagestan and Kazakhstan. In total, six cases of importation of the infection by vacationers were identified.
In July, the daily increase in COVID-19 cases in the Russian south increased by 30%
Recall that in the Russian regions of the Black Sea coast, which are traditionally popular with residents of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, strict quarantine rules for arrivals have ceased to operate for several months. Russian tourists do not need medical certificates there about the absence of COVID-19, and a two-week quarantine is not required.
And today it was announced about the opening of the border of Montenegro for the Russians.
On August 1, the federal authorities announced the resumption of aviation links with Turkey, Great Britain and Tanzania. In addition, the Russian-Abkhaz border was opened on the same day.
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