From the resorts of the Krasnodar Territory, children began to be sent home.
The first from the scene of the disaster were the children from Udmurtia who went home. Today, July 9, 31 children went home. Together with the accompanying group has 52 people.
“Nothing threatens children's health,” said Veronika Mitrofanova, head of the press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations for the Udmurt Republic.
- This is not an evacuation. The children have already finished the rest, and the departure is carried out as planned, Mitrofanova clarified, “The first group of children went home yesterday, July 8. Currently, 118 children and 29 adults from Udmurtia continue to rest in the Krasnodar Territory.
All vacationers from this republic are accommodated in boarding houses, provided with necessary medical care and hot meals. While sanitary conditions meet the standards, which means there is no threat to the health of children. If the rules and regulations are not followed, the children will be evacuated.