In Russia, COVID quarantine is reduced to 7 days

AK&M 18 January 2022 19:36

In Russia, the COVID quarantine is reduced to 7 days. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova at a meeting of the Presidium of the Coordinating Council under the Government to combat coronavirus, according to a transcript posted on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers.

The Deputy Prime Minister stressed that a number of other changes will also be made, which will soon be adopted by the resolutions of the Chief Sanitary Doctor of Russia.

It is envisaged to use technologies for the correspondence registration of disability leaflets and the non-explicit extension of previously prescribed support measures for the period of the rise in morbidity.

With the participation of volunteers, hotlines for home help are organized in the regions, including the delivery of food, medicines, the work of call centers, as well as assistance to primary health care.