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Head of Amur Region: we will not refuse the quota of the Ministry of Industry and Trade

Head of Amur Region: we will not refuse the quota of the Ministry of Industry and Trade

The Governor of the Amur Region Vasily Orlov said that the region was provided with personal protective equipment to fight against coronavirus and noted that, despite this, the Amur Region would not refuse the quota of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Only medical masks will not be purchased.

On the eve, the Head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Denis Manturov, said that the Amur Region was unproductive in procuring means of protection against coronavirus, since not made a single purchase. According to the governor, this was due to the fact that the regional authorities managed to buy protective equipment one and a half times cheaper on the market.

In the medical organizations of the Amur region, a monthly supply of personal protective equipment has been created, taking into account the second stage of the epidemiological process. According to the press service of the regional government, medical organizations have more than 511,6 thousand disposable medical masks, 5 732 protective suits, 199 devices for remote temperature measurement, 334,1 thousand shoe covers, 1636,2 thousand gloves. Hundreds of thousands of these protective equipment were additionally purchased at the expense of charitable funds, and several thousand more will be received through humanitarian and sponsorship assistance.

Also, a contract is currently being concluded for the supply of protective equipment through an official supplier through the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The stock of medical masks is enough for three months, so they decided to refuse their purchase.

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