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Video: Moscow Mayor's Office: Hospitals And Ambulances Are Working At Their Limit
Moscow mayor's office: hospitals and ambulances are working at their limit
The number of hospitalized this week has doubled compared to last. At the same time, pneumonia was diagnosed in 85% of patients. This was stated by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development Anastasia Rakova. Earlier today, Sergei Sobyanin said that Moscow has not even approached the peak of COVID incidence.
Photo: Vasily Zimin “We have to admit that in Moscow in recent days, not only the number of hospitalized people has been growing, but also patients with severe disease, patients with coronavirus pneumonia. The number of patients with pneumonia has more than doubled compared to last week (from 2.6 thousand cases to 5.5 thousand). Along with the growth of severely ill patients, the burden on the metropolitan healthcare has increased sharply. Now our hospitals and ambulance services are working at the limit,”said Rakova. According to the headquarters, in total, more than 6.5 thousand people infected with coronavirus are in Moscow hospitals. A further increase in the number of infected is expected.
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