Grave of Tzadik Nachman in Uman is closed for quarantine
After the tragic case of a Rabbi, a US citizen who came to Uman as a pilgrim and died of coronavirus, the memorial complex "the Grave of Tzadik Nachman" is closed for quarantine.
As the Secretary of the City Council of Uman Lyudmila Kirilyuk told "Voice of Ukraine", the wife of the deceased Hasid and six of his children are now in Uman on self-isolation, two of the family are receiving outpatient treatment.
Overall, 9 patients with COVID-19 were registered in Uman. Five of them are under the supervision of family doctors and take medication at home.
By the decision of the City Council of Uman, entry and exit from the city at four checkpoints are controlled by law enforcement officers, rescuers of the state emergency service and medical workers.