"The governor of Chukotka, Roman Kopin, signed a decree according to which the regime of self-isolation in the district is extended until June 29 inclusive," RIA Novosti reports.

It is noted that arriving from other regions are required to undergo rapid testing to determine antibodies to COVID-19.

“Passengers with a negative result will be exempted from further isolation and will be able to continue on to their place of residence,” the regional government specified.

Earlier, a spokesman for the Russian President Dmitry Peskov spoke about the possibility of a second wave of coronavirus infection.