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Outpatient-covid centers opened in the Irkutsk region

Outpatient-covid centers opened in the Irkutsk region
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12 outpatient centers for coronavirus patients have been opened in Priangarye. Patients will be admitted in six cities.

According to the press service of the government of the Irkutsk region, patients with suspected coronavirus or suffering a mild illness will be able to contact the centers. The doctors of the centers will receive appointments by appointment.

Patients will be treated by an infectious disease specialist and a cardiologist. Five doctors and four nurses will work in shifts in the first center, which began working on the basis of polyclinic No. 8 in Irkutsk. Patients will take swabs for coronavirus, prescribe a blood test and an ECG, and, if necessary, send the patient for a CT scan.

Six outpatient clinics will operate in Irkutsk; separate centers have been opened in Angarsk, Bratsk, Ust-Ilimsk, Tulun and in the village of Kutulik. The plenipotentiary of the President in the Siberian Federal District instructed to open outpatient coronavirus centers Sergey Menyailo during a working visit last week. First outpatient clinic saw patients on November 30

The region is now confirmed 32 cases of COVID-361... Since the beginning of the epidemic, 28 356 people have been cured of it, 891 patients have died. The Ministry of Defense will send to the Irkutsk region military doctors to fight the coronavirus. They will also help colleagues reduce mortality from this disease in the region. 


 

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