Members of sports national teams of Russia will begin to arrive at the training base complex “Crimean” in Alushta from June 15. Before you start training, the athletes will spend at least a week in the regime of self-isolation. About it reports a press-service of the Ministry of sports of Kazakhstan.

According to her, since mid-June, athletes will come to the Crimea in small groups. Training mode is designed to best protect the athletes, their coaches and staff.

Members of national teams of various sports will live in different buildings to each other. All arriving at the sports complex “Crimean” double-pass testing for middle East respiratory syndrome. To obtain a first result, they throughout the week to live by one person in the room, actually in the mode of self-isolation. When will be known the result of the first test, athletes with a negative test for COVID-19 re-pass a thorough medical examination. Based on its results, each team member will receive personal advice on the mode of training.

Located in Alushta sports complex “Crimean” is the only in the Crimea training base at the Federal level. In 2016, the former sports base “Spartak” began the reconstruction with a total cost of 2.3 billion rubles. Reconstruction, in which the complex will become a modern training center of international level, is continuing.