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Beds for COVID patients began to be reduced in Kamchatka

Beds for COVID patients began to be reduced in Kamchatka
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In the Kamchatka Territory, they began to reduce beds for the treatment of patients with coronavirus. As noted in the Ministry of Health, now the bed capacity has been reduced by 40 units, a total of 270 beds for patients with covid remain in the region.

As reported at a meeting of the operational headquarters of the region, an average of 11 patients with coronavirus were hospitalized per day last week. At the same time, the dynamics of recovery exceeded the number of hospitalizations. According to the Minister of Health of Kamchatka, Andrei Kuzmin, an average of 13 people were discharged per day.

In total, since the beginning of the pandemic in Kamchatka, 22 651 cases of coronavirus have been registered. Of these, 17 147 people were cured, 486 died. There is a system of QR codes in the region, but, as previously reported EastRussia, in areas where more than 80% of the population is vaccinated, they will begin to lift coronavirus restrictions.

 

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