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In Moscow, amid stabilization of the situation with covid, 8 CT centers return to planned work

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Some of the hospitals that were repurposed to provide medical care to covid patients are also returning to routine work in the capital.

In Moscow, amid stabilization of the situation with covid, 8 CT centers return to planned work
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Moscow Deputy Mayor for Social Affairs Anastasia Rakova announced on Monday, February 21, that the situation with the spread of coronavirus in the capital is gradually stabilizing, and in connection with this, it was decided to return to planned work several hospitals and CT centers that had previously been repurposed to work with covid-19 sick.

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We are talking about covid hospitals with two thousand beds, they will return to their previous mode of operation in two weeks. The city has now deployed 14 thousand beds for coronavirus patients, of which about 45% are free.

Also, children's hospitals will return to the full provision of medical services, which previously did not accept covid patients, but the planned admission to them was reduced.

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“In the near future, eight more CT centers organized to diagnose patients with coronavirus will open the reception of scheduled patients, but only after a thorough disinfection of premises and equipment has been carried out,” Rakova added.

According to the operational headquarters for control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in Moscow, 612 people were hospitalized in the capital during the day, 12,622 patients recovered, 83 people died.

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