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Observatory for asymptomatic patients COVID-19 will be created in Transbaikalia

Observatory for asymptomatic patients COVID-19 will be created in Transbaikalia
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The authorities of the Trans-Baikal Territory are planning to create an observator for asymptomatic patients with coronavirus. They will place patients who have no opportunity to be treated at home.

As the governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory Alexander Osipov said at a meeting led by Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary in the Far Eastern Federal District, Yury Trutnev, premises must be repaired to create an observatory. This will create 200 beds for asymptomatic patients. Now such patients are treated with scrap and often put their loved ones at risk.

“We want to introduce an observatory where asymptomatic patients and people who, due to social or other signs, cannot be at home,” were the head of the region.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development and Development, the regional authorities also plan to re-profile the oldest resort in Transbaikalia, “Darasun”, for the rehabilitation of patients who have had a severe coronavirus. According to regional authorities, about 22 million rubles are needed to repair the rehabilitation center, and 11,8 million rubles to create an observatory.

The envoy instructed the Ministry of Eastern Development and Development to work out the possibility of using part of the funding previously provided by Transbaikalia to combat the spread of coronavirus, to create a medical observatory and a medical rehabilitation center.

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