Elderly Residents Of Kurdish Were Poorly Self-isolating

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Elderly Residents Of Kurdish Were Poorly Self-isolating
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According to the head of the Kursk Rospotrebnadzor Oleg Klimushin, due to poor self-isolation during the holidays and vacations, the number of people with coronavirus in the 65+ category has increased

The structure of the sick is dominated by persons of active working age. 30% of those infected are from 30 to 49 years old, and 34% of chickens diagnosed with coronavirus are people from 50 to 64 years old.

“Compared to the previous week, there was an increase in the number of cases among people from 18 to 29 years old - by 16.5 percent,” said Oleg Klimushin during a meeting in the regional administration. - At the same time, the incidence among people under 65 has decreased, but in the 65+ category, on the contrary, it has increased (by 14.1%), which can be characterized as non-compliance by citizens with the self-isolation regime during the holidays and vacations.

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