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Before resuming the planned reception in buildings held disinfection, and the staff passed the test for COVID-19.

Building five city polyclinics returned to planned patients. They had previously been redeveloped for outpatient CT centers for the diagnosis of patients with SARS, pneumonia and suspected coronavirus infection.

“Another five clinics previously redeveloped for outpatient CT centers, received its first patients. Thus, the planned aid returned for 37 of the 48 CT-centers — nearly 80 percent. In all buildings a thorough disinfection, and medical personnel have been tested for coronavirus infection,” — said

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

So, the patients resumed the CT centers in city polyclinics № 66 (the Saltykovskaya street house, 11b), 62 (Krasnoarmeyskaya 18), 214 (street Yelets, 14), the diagnostic centre № 3 (Sormovskaya street, the house 9) and Advisory-diagnostic polyclinic № 121 (ulitsa yuzhnobutovskaya, building 87).

Today work with COVID-19 round the clock continue to 11 CT centers that fully meet the need for highly accurate instrumental diagnostics. In addition to the CT scan, residents can make an electrocardiogram, to test for the coronavirus and a blood test and also get free medicines during the treatment.

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