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D. Grishkin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government

Patients and people in close contact with them are under medical supervision.

Over the past day, 5478 cases of COVID-19 were recorded. 1,240 patients were hospitalized, 346 people were connected to artificial lung ventilation devices. This was reported in the operational headquarters for control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in Moscow.

44.4 percent of new cases are people aged 18 to 45, 30.9 percent – from 46 to 65, 10.8 percent – from 66 to 79 years, 4.7 percent – over 80 years old, 9.2 percent – children. All patients and people who have close contact with them are under medical supervision.

More than 15 thousand beds have been deployed to treat COVID-19 patients. They are located in city, federal and private medical institutions, as well as in reserve hospitals and roders – temporary prefabricated buildings. New temporary hospitalsopened on the territories of the Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Center, VDNKh and the Krylatskoye Ice Palace, as well as in the redesigned Moscow Automobile Trade Center.

Additional measures have been taken to combat the spread of coronavirus infection. Starting September 28, citizens over 65 and Muscovites with chronic diseases must observe a home regime. Companies are required to transfer at least 30 percent of employees to remote work. Students in grades 6-11 also switched to distance learning for two weeks.

Citizens are also reminded of the importance of wearing masks and gloves in public and maintaining social distance.

You can find out more about the prevention and control of coronavirus in special projectmos.ru

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