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Two elderly patients with coronavirus died per day in Buryatia

Two elderly patients with coronavirus died per day in Buryatia
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In Buryatia, two patients with confirmed coronavirus have died in the last day. The total number of deaths in the republic increased to 32.

According to the Ministry of Health of Buryatia, a 71-year-old patient died in a republican clinical hospital. The disease was severe in the face of obesity. The woman was in the intensive care unit for 14 days and was connected to a ventilator.

A 64-year-old man died in a hospital on Solnechnaya Street. He had a severe form of a new coronavirus infection and related diseases - coronary heart disease, diabetes mellitus, hypertension. It has been connected to the ventilator since July 9.

During the day, the coronavirus was found in 41 people. Now 3 cases of COVID-522 have been confirmed in the republic. There are 19 patients in infectious diseases hospitals, including 389 children. 21 patients with mild COVID-425 remain on outpatient treatment.

In serious condition, four patients remain in the intensive care unit of the Republican Clinical Hospital. In a hospital on Solnechnaya Street, there are six patients, three of them are connected to mechanical ventilation devices. In a hospital on Pirogov Street there are five patients with coronavirus, one on mechanical ventilation.

Since the beginning of the epidemic in Buryatia, 2 patients have been cured of the coronavirus, 676 were discharged the day before. In Severobaykalsk and Severo-Baikalsky region due to worsening epidemiological situation strengthened anti-epidemic measures.

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