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January 29, 2022, 11:57


To assess the epidemiological situation, the number of hospitalizations is the most important indicator.

The operational headquarters for control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in Moscow reports that 1,419 people were hospitalized in the city per day. Taking into account the dominance of the omicron strain and the peculiarities of the course of the disease in this variant of the virus, the number of hospitalizations is the most objective indicator to assess the situation. 492 patients are connected to artificial lung ventilation devices.

At the same time, over the past day, Moscow doctors have cured another 5,410 people. Over the entire period of the pandemic, 1,951,552 people have already recovered. During the day, 26,488 new cases of coronavirus infection were detected in the city. The share of hospitalizations against the background of an increase in the incidence per day decreased to 5.4 percent.

During the day, 76 patients died with a confirmed diagnosis of pneumonia and a positive test result for coronavirus.

Now Muscovites with symptoms of SARS can get an audio consultation from a doctor and open a sick leave without visiting a clinic. To do this, you must fill out an electronic form and submitapplication.

At the same time, residents can still make an appointment in advance with the doctor on duty at their polyclinic on the website, in the EMIAS.INFO mobile application or on It is also possible to come to the clinic without making an appointment with the doctor on duty.

The Operational Headquarters reminds: the best prevention of coronavirus infection is vaccination. Vaccination against COVID-19 can be done by appointment at one of the vaccination centers based on polyclinics, as well as without an appointment at the points of work of mobile teams in popular public places.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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