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More than 80 percent of them are people younger than 65 years.

In recent days another 2595 cases of infection coronavirus infection confirmed in the capital. This was reported in the operational headquarters on control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in Moscow.

40.4 percent among the new cases — people aged 18 to 45 years, nearly 35 percent — from 46 to 65 years, 10.8% — from 66 to 79 years, 5.5% were older than 80 years. Another 8.4 percent among the diseased — children. All patients and contacts people are under medical supervision. In General, the capital recorded 180 791 case COVID-19.

Now tests for coronavirus necessarily make patients with symptoms of SARS, pneumonia and all who live with people who have confirmed COVID-19. Also organized the screening of employees who have frequent contacts with citizens. This medical and social workers, communal services and police. In addition, testing for coronavirus and patients are non-infectious hospitals.

May 27 undergo ELISA testing the presence of antibodies to COVID-19 may attend. For this pre-registration is required. The results will be available in the electronic medical record.

The entry to the study opened two weeks ahead of time. Preparation for blood donation is not required. You just need to bring your medical insurance and passport and come at the appointed time according to the recording.

Sergei Sobyanin: creating temporary enclosures for follow-up care of patients with COVID-19Part of the beds intended for the treatment COVID-19, pereprofilirovanie

The spread of coronavirus infection in the capital stabilized. A significant increase in the number of tests was two times less cases of infection. In addition, the hospital receives far fewer people than there discharged. and next week three thousand beds five previously redeveloped hospitals will return to standard operating mode.

Learn more about the prevention of coronavirus and methods of struggle with the disease, call the hotline by phone: 7 (495) 870-45-09, as well as in special projects

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