Chinanews.com, November 18, according to Russian "Dragon News" compilation report, recently, Russia's chief health doctor, Russian Federation Consumer Rights Protection and Public Welfare Supervision Bureau Director Popova signed a decree, Russia's prevention of new crown virus hygiene and epidemiology The regulations are extended to January 1, 2024.
The decree has been published on the official Russian legal information portal.
The decree stated that if Russians who have completed a complete vaccination come into contact with a COVID-19 patient within 6 months of vaccination, they can be exempted from self-isolation if they have no symptoms.
Those who have been in contact with COVID-19 patients, have not been vaccinated and have no symptoms, must be isolated for 14 days.
On November 15, local time, Popova said that in two months, Russia’s weekly COVID-19 incidence rate dropped for the first time, and the country’s overall decline was 2%.
At the same time, the incidence of 33 federal subjects kept increasing slowly.
Only one federal subject in the Amur region has an incidence rate exceeding the national average.
Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko pointed out that the COVID-19 vaccination rate across Russia has increased. In the past week, more than 3.2 million Russians have been vaccinated.
The most dangerous group, the vaccination rate of people over 60 years old, has increased by 14%, which is more significant than the overall growth rate of adults.