Quarantine, introduced April 25 in the village of Diveyevo in the Nizhny Novgorod region due to the outbreak of coronavirus infection in the Holy Trinity-Saint Seraphim-Diveevo monastery is not planned to remove in the near future, said on Friday the press-service of the regional government.
"Quarantine in the village of Diveyevo renewed. The removal of restrictions in the near future is not planned", – stated in the message with reference to the Governor of Nizhny Novgorod region Gleb Nikitin.
As explained TASS the press service, the quarantine is prolonged indefinitely, until final stabilization of the sanitary and epidemiological situation.
According to Nikitin, the restrictions in the village must be preserved, as "not even one contact with subsequent infection can change the situation". "Therefore, we ask pilgrims to refrain from visiting Diveevo. To attend worship services if they will be opened in the near future only the villagers," is given in the message words of the Governor.
At the end of April coronavirus infection was diagnosed in 76 people in the territory of the convent. From 15 April, the monastery was closed by the congregation, 25 April, the authorities in Nizhny Novgorod region entered quarantine in the village of Diveyevo and the monastery. The regional authorities do not exclude that the quarantine can be lifted before the end of may.
The quarantine will be kept in the towns of Vyksa, Kulebaki and Pavlovo. "In these cities there are large industrial enterprises of importance to the whole country. Where there continues to be a complex epidemiological situation. Any decisions will be made based on the recommendations health doctors", – said Nikitin.
In the Nizhny Novgorod region 8 963 confirmed cases of infection with coronavirus infection 3 260 persons discharged from hospitals after recovery, 84 patients have died. Earlier, the government has lifted the quarantine in villages Gremyachevo, Mukhtolovo, Tumbotino, as well as in the village of Pochinki in connection with the normalization of the epidemiological situation.