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Ministry of Health: Kamchatka approached the exit to the plateau along the coronavirus

Ministry of Health: Kamchatka approached the exit to the plateau along the coronavirus
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The trend towards a possible exit to the plateau along the coronavirus was outlined in the Kamchatka Territory. There are fewer new patients, and more are recovering and free beds for patients with COVID-19.

According to Elena Sorokina, the acting Minister of Health of Kamchatka, at a briefing, there are fewer people entering the hospital, while more than half of the beds are free for patients with coronavirus. The incidence in the region is gradually decreasing.

“I am very careful in my forecasts, but I want to say that such a trend has already been outlined,” the head of the Ministry of Health noted.

If from May 13, the growth rate increased from 2% to 4%, then from June 11, the incidence is reduced and is now at the level of 2-2,5%. On average, 40-50 new patients with coronavirus are detected per day in Kamchatka.

Now general the number of cases is 2, during the epidemic in Kamchatka, 873 people were cured of coronavirus, 47 people died. Regional authorities extended restrictive measures until July 15th. Moreover, from July 1, tour operators in the region resumed work. From July 6 regular flights will resume on the peninsula.

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