Don residents do not need to self-isolate after vacationing at Russian resorts

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Residents of the Don are not required to observe a two-week self-isolation after a vacation in Russian resorts. This was announced during a briefing on August 7 by the chief sanitary doctor of the Rostov region.

The restrictions do not apply only if the person rested within the Russian Federation and returned to his permanent place of residence. At the same time, you do not need to do a coronavirus test, as well as provide certificates of its absence anywhere.

However, it must be remembered that at the first symptoms of the disease (fever, weakness, difficulty breathing, dry cough), you should call a doctor at home.

Earlier, the Minister of Health of the Rostov Region Tatyana Bykovskaya suggested that an increase in the number of people infected with coronavirus is possible in August. This is due to the fact that Russians will start returning home after their summer vacation.

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