In Moscow, the number of hospitalized people has sharply increased, according to the headquarters, 797 patients have been admitted to the capital’s hospitals in the last 24 hours
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The Moscow authorities have begun to withdraw beds from the reserve for patients with coronavirus infection COVID-19. This was stated by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow Anastasia Rakova. Her words leads in Telegram the Moscow operational headquarters.
“We are working to ensure the continued availability of sufficient bed capacity. To do this, we are starting to introduce reserve capacities, which were mothballed and reserved specifically for infections and were not used to provide other types of medical care, as well as facilities that were used as observers, “said the Vice Mayor of Moscow.
Over the previous day, 1,560 cases of COVID-19 infection were detected in Moscow, which was the maximum figure since June 12. At the same time, as early as September 13, the daily increase in the number of infected people was only 650 people. Thus, in less than two weeks, the rate of increase in the number of cases more than doubled.
At the same time, the number of cases again exceeded the number of those who recovered – 1560 versus 1227. At the same time, the number of hospitalized people increased sharply, according to the headquarters, 797 patients were admitted to Moscow hospitals over the past day.
“In Moscow, there is a global trend: an increase in the number of cases of diseases and, at the same time, an increase in the number of daily hospitalizations,” Rakova noted.