The head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, said that after April 5 no one would be allowed into the republic.
From April 5, Chechnya will completely close the entry and exit from the region to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. This was announced by the head of the republic Ramzan Kadyrov, writes Medusa.
Chechnya will stop accepting planes, trains and any motor vehicles. An exception will be made for emergency vehicles, as well as deliveries of products and medical goods, Kadyrov said.
“Whoever wants to return home, he must return by April 5. They will not let him in after that. Regarding the security of the people, it makes no difference to me,” the head of Chechnya said.
According to Kadyrov, after this date, the region will carry out sanitary cleaning of settlements.
According to the Russian government portal Stop Coronavirus, 2777 people have become infected in Russia, 24 of them have died.
The COVID-19 outbreak began in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. March 11, the World Health Organization announced the spread of coronavirus pandemic. According to American Johns Hopkins University, on March 30, the total number of people infected in the world exceeded 885 thousand, of which more than 185 thousand recovered, and 44,264 people died.