Moscow: Spare beds for COVID-19 patients on standby



In the Russian capital, due to the increase in cases of coronavirus, spare beds for patients with COVID-19 have begun to be ready, said today the deputy mayor of Moscow in charge of social development, Anastasia Rakova.

“Moscow is experiencing the same trend as the rest of the world, the number of cases is increasing and at the same time hospital admissions are increasing daily. That is why we try to ensure a sufficient number of beds. That is why we are starting to use the spare beds that were intended exclusively for coronavirus cases “, said Rakova, pointing out that the established as well as the emergency medical services will continue to be fully provided.

The business center of the Russian capital, which monitors and monitors the situation related to the coronavirus, announced that 1,560 new cases have been registered in the Russian capital in the last 24 hours.

At the same time, the number of patients with COVID-19 admitted to hospitals is increasing and in the last twenty-four hours, 797 people have been admitted to hospitals. During the same period, 70,000 coronavirus tests were performed.

Source: ΑΠΕ – ΜΠΕ, TASS


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