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Two more people died in a day from COVID-19 in Khabarovsk

Two more people died in a day from COVID-19 in Khabarovsk
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Two more people died over the past day from COVID-19 in Khabarovsk. A total of 46 people died during the pandemic.

According to the regional government, as of July 16, 119 new cases of infection were detected in the region. The infection is most prevalent in Khabarovsk - 80% of all cases, and the situation is getting worse in Komsomolsk-on-Amur and several regions of the region.

Almost 60 people are in critical condition, 35 are connected to ventilators. Most often, people between the ages of 30 and 60 are sick.

According to the head of the regional Rospotrebnadzor Tatyana Zaitseva, the main risk of a surge in the incidence is now associated with ralliesthat take place in Khabarovsk daily. She added that from the next week the emergency situation may begin, then strict quarantine will be introduced.

In Khabarovsk employed 90% of places for patients with coronavirus. In the regional Ministry of Health, it is believed that with an increase in the incidence, the possibilities of hospitals may be exhausted, and people will have to be transported to other areas. In public transport, compliance with the mask regime will be monitored using cameras.

Today, the overall incidence rate in the Khabarovsk Territory is 443 cases per 100 thousand people. Throughout the Far East, this figure is 399,9, and in the Russian Federation - 513 cases.

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