41 people were sent to quarantine centres in Krasnodar on June 2

All of them arrived in the capital of Kuban by air or rail. Each passenger undergoes mandatory body temperature control, and then receives an order from the Rospotrebnadzor specialists to observe the lockdown. Residents of the city and region observe the stay-home regime, people from the other regions of Russia are sent to quarantine centres for 14-days period.

The airport of Krasnodar proceeded to round-the-clock operation on June 1. During the day of June 2, it took 23 flights — from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Surgut, Chelyabinsk, Syktyvkar, Tambov, Novy Urengoy, Kaluga, Bryansk and Nizhnevartovsk.

Totally 1 795 people arrived in Krasnodar.

During the day, 41 passengers — residents of other regions of the country were sent to the city's quarantine centres.

On the Wednesday morning, June 3, there are 1182 people staying in 10 quarantine centres of Krasnodar. This includes passengers sent to the Kuban capital from other municipalities of the region.

Since April 18, all those who arrive to the territory of the Krasnodar Region from other regions, except for the Republic of Adygea, have to observe the lockdown for 14 days. Stay-home regime — for the inhabitants of the Kuban. And quarantine centres for everyone who is not a resident of the Krasnodar Region.

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