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In the near future, the clinics will carry out specialized sanitization, and all staff will be tested for coronavirus infection.

Two hospitals are returning to planned work, where they provided assistance to patients with COVID-19. In reserve hospitals, the number of beds will also be reduced.

“The positive dynamics in the epidemiological situation, which we have observed recently, allows us to withdraw about 4.7 thousand more beds from work with coronavirus. The two largest hospitals with two thousand beds, repurposed to treat patients with COVID-19, are returning to standard work. These are the buildings of city hospitals No. 52 and No. 15 named after OM. Filatov. The reception of patients with coronavirus and reserve hospitals are also reducing: about 2.7 thousand beds are being taken out of work. We are stopping reception in three buildings of the hospital in Sokolniki, as well as in Krylatsky, the Moscow automobile shopping center and Kommunarka, the number of beds used to treat patients with coronavirus infection will decrease. Thus, the current fund for work with coronavirus will be about nine thousand beds, “- said

Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

In the near future, clinics will undergo specialized sanitization, and hospital staff will be tested for coronavirus infection.

In accordance with the temporary standard, new arrivals will be hospitalized through a separate entrance of the hospital building, with an interval between patients of at least 15 minutes and disinfection. The premises will be additionally ventilated and disinfected. The beds in the wards will be installed with an increased distance.

Last week, 10 hospitals redesigned for COVID-19 treatment returned to normal work. They also stopped accepting patients with coronavirus in temporary roder hospitals on the territory of 11 covid hospitals with a total fund of about 1.3 thousand beds.

In Moscow, reserve hospitals continue to operate at the Krylatskoye Ice Palace, the Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Center, the Moscow Automobile Trade Center, VDNKh and Kommunarka.

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