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

Now city, federal and private laboratories conduct an average of 90 thousand tests daily.

More than 10 million PCR tests for coronavirus infection were carried out in Moscow, said Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

“The total number of COVID-19 tests conducted in the capital has exceeded 10 million. High-quality mass testing is extremely important in the fight against a pandemic, so we are constantly working to increase its volume. Today, in Moscow, city, federal and private laboratories, on average, are already conducting 90 thousand tests for coronavirus per day, “she said.

Public registration for ELISA and PCR testing is open in the city. Tests are taken without fail from townspeople with signs of SARS, from patients with pneumonia, as well as from those who live with people diagnosed with COVID-19. Testing is a prerequisite for patients in non-communicable hospitals, including with planned hospitalization.

How temporary roder hospitals work at city hospitals The city continues to provide essential support to people with disabilities amid the pandemic

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

Due to the complicated epidemiological situation, about a million Muscovites switched to remote operation… Residents of the capital over 65 years old and people with chronic diseases observe the home regime.

From October 19, pupils of 6-11 grades switched to distance learning for two weeks, for students of the first to fifth grades, lessons are conducted in full-time, but taking into account additional security measures: at the entrance to the building and during the school day, the temperature is measured by contactless thermometers, sanitizers with antiseptics are installed in the corridors and at the entrances to the premises. Students and employees with signs of SARS, as well as those who have come into contact with COVID-19 patients, are not allowed into the school.

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