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The head of Kamchatka asked Trutnev to help the region with doctors

The head of Kamchatka asked Trutnev to help the region with doctors
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Acting Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Solodov asked the Deputy Prime Minister - Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District to help the region in attracting medical workers, who are in short supply due to the difficult epidemic situation. Yuri Trutnev instructed the Russian Ministry of Health and Rospotrebnadzor to analyze the number of medical personnel and report on the measures taken to increase the number of doctors.

In the Kamchatka Territory, they solved the problem of a lack of drugs in hospitals for those infected with coronavirus. A shortage of general-purpose drugs arose last weekend due to a large influx of patients. According to the embassy, ​​the federal Ministry of Health was entrusted with resolving this situation. Every week, officials must monitor the availability of drugs in Far Eastern hospitals working with COVID-19 and ensure that supplies are replenished.

Due to the increase in the incidence rate in the region, an additional 115 beds had to be deployed on the basis of the 2nd city hospital. A total of 330 beds in hospitals for coronavirus patients are equipped in the region.

Almost daily in the region, 20-30 new cases of infection are recorded. The decision was made extend restriction mode after 1 June.

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