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Two more patients with coronavirus died in Buryatia

Two more patients with coronavirus died in Buryatia

Two people with confirmed coronavirus died per day in Buryatia. Both are older people. The total number of deaths of patients with COVID-19 has increased in the republic to 34.

According to the Ministry of Health of Buryatia, an 80-year-old patient who had a severe form of coronavirus, as well as an oncological disease of the brain, died in a hospital on Solnechnaya Street. He was in the intensive care unit and was connected to a ventilator.

In a hospital on Pirogov Street, a 75-year-old woman died. Her coronavirus also proceeded in a complex form. The patient also had the consequences of a stroke and coronary heart disease with chronic heart failure. It was connected to the ventilator for nine days.

Currently, 366 patients with COVID-19 are in infectious diseases hospitals, including 20 children. 449 patients remain on outpatient treatment. During the day, the diagnosis was confirmed in 44 people, the total number of cases of coronavirus in the republic is now 3.

In serious condition, five patients remain in the intensive care unit of the Republican Clinical Hospital. In a hospital on Solnechnaya Street, seven patients are lying, two 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, 2 people have been cured of coronavirus in Buryatia, 717 have been discharged over the past 41 hours. In Severobaikalsk and the North Baikal region due to the deterioration of the epidemiological situation strengthened anti-epidemic measures.

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