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Golikova: 11 regions may weaken restrictive measures

Golikova: 11 regions may weaken restrictive measures
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According to the distribution coefficient of coronavirus, the availability of free beds for the treatment of patients with COVID-19 and the volume of testing in 11 regions of Russia, they can make decisions on easing restrictive measures. This was at a meeting with the president, said Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova.

According to her, these 11 regions can go not only to the first, but also to the second stage of reducing restrictive measures. Another 22 regions could take the path of weakening if they had free 50% of the bed capacity, and testing coverage would be at least 70 per 100 thousand people.

In general, now in the country there is a tendency towards a decrease in the rate of increase in cases, however, absolute increases in several regions are still high and slow down the relaxation of restrictive measures. According to the Deputy Prime Minister, now in Russia there are more patients without clinical symptoms - 46,5% of cases. At the same time, the proportion of pneumonia is decreasing, and the mortality rate in the country is 7,4 times lower than in the whole world.

Now in Russia, coronavirus has been confirmed in 221 344 people in 85 regions. In the country, 19 people died from COVID-2, and 009 recovered from hospitals. 

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