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The 26th patient in Buryatia died from coronavirus

The 26th patient in Buryatia died from coronavirus
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In Buryatia, a 57-year-old patient with confirmed coronavirus complicated by bilateral pneumonia died in the Republican Clinical Infectious Disease Hospital. Also, the man had the consequences of a traumatic brain injury.

According to the Ministry of Health of Buryatia, the patient was initially in the Tunkinsky Central District Hospital and was transferred to a republican hospital on June 26. Since July 7, he was connected to an artificial ventilation apparatus light, and died on July 8. The total number of deaths of patients with COVID-19 in the region has increased to 26.

41 people were found to have coronavirus per day, now 3 cases of COVID-298 have been confirmed in Buryatia. Currently, 19 patients, including 429 children, are being treated in hospitals. Another 22 patients with mild coronavirus are treated at home.

In the intensive care unit of the Republican Clinical Hospital, four patients remain in serious condition, one is connected to a ventilator. In a hospital on Solnechnaya Street, seven patients are lying, three of them are connected to mechanical ventilation. In a hospital on Pirogov Street there are six patients with coronavirus, three on mechanical ventilation.

During the epidemic in Buryatia, 2 people were cured of coronavirus, 450 were discharged over the past 45 hours. In the republic abolished mandatory testing on COVID-19 for visitors from other regions of the country. Also in the region set fines for offenders.

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