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1,684 people were hospitalized per day.

In the capital, 6622 new cases of COVID-19 were detected per day. 1,684 people were hospitalized in hospitals. 475 patients are now connected to artificial lung ventilation devices. This was reported in the operational headquarters for control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in Moscow.

Among the new cases, 40.5 percent are people between the ages of 18 and 45, 31.6 percent are between 46 and 65, 12.2 percent are between 66 and 79, and 4.2 percent are over 80. Another 11.5 percent are children. All of them and those who came into contact with them are under medical supervision.

Moscow has additional measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Citizens over 65 years old, as well as people with chronic diseases, are advised to follow a home regimen. Employers are required to transfer at least 30 percent of employees to remote work, and students in grades 6-11, universities and colleges study remotely.

In public places, you must maintain social distance, wear a mask and gloves. The holding of cultural, exhibition, educational, leisure, entertainment and entertainment events with the participation of spectators has been temporarily suspended.

Everyone who has a Moscow compulsory medical insurance policy can take PCR analysis for COVID-19 for free. You can sign up on the portal at section “Services”, on the portal “EMIAS.INFO”, in the mobile applications “EMIAS.INFO”, “My Moscow”, “Moscow State Services” and through information kiosks in the city’s polyclinics. If a patient is not attached to a city polyclinic, but he has a Moscow compulsory medical insurance policy, then he can call the test point in his district, and the administrator will schedule him for the procedure. A complete list of points for passing the test analysis is on the site…

You can find out more about the prevention of coronavirus and methods of dealing with the disease in special project…

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