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The number of beds for patients with COVID-19 increase in Chita

The number of beds for patients with COVID-19 increase in Chita
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The number of beds for patients with COVID-19 is increasing in the clinical hospital No. 1 of Chita. Doctors are preparing to increase the flow of patients. Now the hospital has 220 beds, of which 128 are occupied by patients.

According to the press service of the Government of the Trans-Baikal Territory, in the event of an increase in the number of patients in the hospital, new rooms have been prepared for 120 beds. There will be 340 in total. The hospital began working as a monostationary for the treatment of coronavirus patients in April.

As the chief physician Fyodor Cheptsov said, the majority of patients suffer from the disease in a moderate and mild form. One of the patients is on non-invasive mechanical ventilation.

For a day, coronavirus in the Trans-Baikal Territory was confirmed in 16 people. Now registered in the region 254 cases COVID-19, including 32 children.


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