KRASNODAR, July 13. / TASS /. The All-Russian Children's Center (VDC) "Orlyonok" will receive about 2.5 thousand children during the second summer shift, which will begin on 17 July. This was announced on Monday during a press conference held at TASS "Eaglet 6.0 - a starting point" by the director of the center, Alexander Dzheus.
On the eve of the press service of the center reported that "Orlyonok" will begin accepting children not only from the Krasnodar Territory and the Republic of Adygea, but also from Moscow, Moscow, Rostov regions and Stavropol Territory from July 17.
"This is about 2.5 thousand children, 70% workload. Children from Moscow and the Moscow region, Rostov-on-Don, Stavropol, Krasnodar Territory, Adygea and Arctic regions: these are about eight regions - Yamalo-Nenets, northern Krasnoyarsk Territory, everything in the Arctic Circle, "said Jeus.
He clarified that the camp authorities carefully check the children before entering. In addition to epidemiological control directly upon check-in, employees monitor at the time of filing applications which municipalities the children come from, check for outbreaks of coronavirus in these areas and cities. He also added that during the first shift, which began on July 1 and consisted only of children from the Krasnodar Territory and Adygea, a little more than 1.7 thousand participants attended the camp, the shift went without incident.
About the center
Eaglet is an all-Russian children's center, which currently has ten children's camps - summer ones: Komsomolsky, Dozorny, Olympic, Olympic Village, Solnyshko and Yunarmeets; year-round - "Sunny", "Star", "Swift", "Storm". The history of the center began on March 27, 1959, when by a decree of the Council of Ministers of the RSFSR, the construction of the All-Russian Pioneer Camp "Eaglet" near the city of Tuapse began.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, children's camps in Russia have not accepted children since mid-March. Since July 1, in compliance with the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor, children's sanatoriums and camps in the Krasnodar Territory, which have a medical license, have been resumed. Until now, only residents of the region could rest in them.