The Governor of the Orenburg Region Denis Pasler on Wednesday, December 16, amended the decree on measures to counter coronavirus infection. The amendments affected the isolation regime for residents of the region over 65 years old, as well as the organization of recreation and health improvement for children.
According to the text of the document, residents of Orenburg over 65 years old can interrupt the self-isolation regime if they are summoned to law enforcement or investigative bodies, the prosecutor's office or the court.
Another change concerns the organization of children's recreation. It was allowed to resume the arrivals of the Orenburg schoolchildren in the planned shifts. True, this should be approved by the specialists of the regional operational headquarters, who will analyze the situation in the municipality in which the arrival of children is planned.
At the same time, health camps must strictly comply with the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor - children and workers must have a negative test for COVID-19, conducted no later than 72 hours before the start of arrival, workers and children must arrive at the camp at the same time, the morning filter must be passed. Also, all health facilities should have a supply of medicines, disinfectants, masks and gloves.
We add that mass events are still banned. The catering schedule has not changed either.
Recall that in the Orenburg region as of December 16, more than 26 thousand cases of the disease were registered. Today, the federal headquarters confirmed six more deaths of patients with coronavirus infection, in total 277 Orenburg residents died during the pandemic, more than 22.6 thousand people recovered.