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Starting next week for the reception of non-communicable disease patients return to normal mode about three thousand beds in five Moscow hospitals.

On behalf of Sergey Sobyanin redeveloped earlier for patients with coronavirus infection beds in urban hospitals with a total volume of five thousand places will begin to return to standard operation mode. The first three thousand beds will return to usual next week.

“We see that the epidemiological situation in Moscow is markedly improved. The number of hospitalizations is reduced, about half of the redeveloped hospital beds free. And as the pandemic recedes, the challenge before us is gradually returned to the normal operation of city hospitals. So, starting next week for the reception of non-infectious patients we will return about three thousand beds in five Moscow hospitals. To work in standard mode, will return the jaw-facial hospital for war veterans, municipal clinical hospital named after E. O. Mukhin, city clinical hospital of a name of D. D. Pletnev, municipal clinical hospital named VP Demikhova and city clinical hospital № 31”, — he told

Anastasia Rakova Deputy Mayor of Moscow on issues of social development.

Anastasia Rakova said that the possibility is in particular due to the fact that in Moscow formed a reserve bedspace on the basis of the temporary hospitals. They will be saved in case of change in the epidemiological situation will allow us to take the necessary measures.

Today in Moscow for patients with COVID-19 converted about 23 thousand beds in the city, Federal and private hospitals. In addition, it was created about 15 thousand seats on the basis of the temporary medical buildings.

Sergei Sobyanin: Moscow has avoided the most negative scenario of the situation with coronavirus Car sharing, masks, and pass: introduced a number of new measures to combat the spread of coronavirus

The situation in Moscow and in the whole country stabiliziruemost. The work of the city authorities was balanced, focused and timely, which gave a positive result.

Learn more about the prevention of coronavirus and methods of combating the disease is possible by phone of hot line: 7 (495) 870-45-09 (daily from 08:00 to 21:00) and in special projects

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