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Khabarovsk Territory became the worst in Russia by the availability of seats for patients with COVID-19

Khabarovsk Territory became the worst in Russia by the availability of seats for patients with COVID-19

In the Far East, 2 beds in medical facilities were prepared for patients with coronavirus, but this is not enough in all regions. The smallest number of created places was noted in the Khabarovsk Territory.

“Khabarovsk. In beds, the worst place in the Russian Federation is 9,89% of what is needed, ”said Yury Trutnev in consultation with the heads of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District.

In this case, beds should be provided with oxygen supply, a ventilator, and resuscitation equipment. The heads of the subjects of the Far East were charged with equipping them in accordance with the standard for two weeks.

The Ministry of Health of Russia will additionally purchase 38 ventilation devices for the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District within a month. Four new medical facilities with 380 beds will be built by the Russian Ministry of Defense. Medical centers will appear in Ulan-Ude, Ussuriysk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and the village of Anastasyevka in the Khabarovsk Territory.

By April 3, regional authorities must complete monitoring of the state of health facilities and the availability of medical equipment. They must provide the Ministry of East Development with data on what is already there, what is planned to be purchased, and what kind of help is still needed.

To strengthen control over the situation every Friday, Yuri Trutnev will hold meetings via video link with all the heads of the regions. They will report on the situation in their territories and bear personal responsibility for what is happening in the region.

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