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Entire crew of nuclear submarine in coronavirus quarantine 

Entire crew of nuclear submarine in coronavirus quarantine

A civilian who went on board the cruise-missile carrier “Orel” had met with a man who tested positive to the coronavirus.
By Thomas Nilsen  March 28, 2020

Orel” (K-266) is an Oscar-II class nuclear-powered submarine sailing for the Northern Fleet. Normally, the submarine has a crew of about 110 sailors.

The civilian that had met with a man infected with the coronavirus was on board “Orel” in a “business matter”, Murmansk-based news-online B-port reports.

Also, the crew of a nearby submarine and the personnel on a floating workshop are placed in quarantine.

The submarine is based in Zapadnaya Litsa, the westernmost bases of the Northern Fleet on the Kola Peninsula.

No reports have been published about any coronavirus cases in Zaozersk, the navy town where the crew and their families live.

By March 28th, Russia’s official number of coronavirus infections raised to 1,264.

The “Murmansk group” on social media channel Vkontakte says there are 12 people who have given pre-positive tests of coronavirus in the Murmansk region.

March 30, 2020 - Posted by | health, Russia, weapons and war

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