In Crimea the monastery on Fiolent became the Observatory of case COVID 19

the pilgrim who visited the St. George monastery at Cape Fiolent identified coronavirus. The monastery is transferred to the mode of the Observatory. About it today journalists were reported by the acting Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev.

the Tourist, the traveler arrived in Sevastopol certainly not by car, since the positions of all check, told Razvozhaev. He was a pilgrim of the monastery on Fiolent. After this he became ill, he got to infectious hospital, and last night the diagnosis was confirmed.

Now set all the people sick was in contact with. According to Razvozhaeva, the man is not recognized, how to get to the infectious diseases hospital, perhaps on public transport.

– With Archbishop Kalinnikov (Bishop of Bakhchisarai Simferopol and Crimea diocese), we agreed – the monastery was closed, – said the acting Governor. Brothers will be there to be under medical supervision, as in the Observatory, observing all precautions. We will provide all possible assistance.

Also, Michael Razvozhaev has informed that the mode isolation in the city will be extended for one week until 26 April.

in Just the past day in Sevastopol, identified four new cases of coronavirus. Three more cases – family members of previously admitted pensioner, her daughter and two grandchildren.

From 27 March in Sevastopol confirmed 12 cases of coronavirus. Four people were recovered.

Meanwhile, in the Republic of Crimea over the past day, there have been three new cases COVID-19. As the head of the RK Sergey Aksenov, two people live in the Razdolnensky area and one in Simferopol. They all had contact at home with people who have the coronavirus. Only in the Republic of Kazakhstan identified 37 cases of coronavirus. 14 people returned home after recovery.