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Amur Region is ready to deploy a hospital to combat coronavirus

Amur Region is ready to deploy a hospital to combat coronavirus
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The Ministry of Health of the Amur Region is ready to deploy a hospital for 100 beds for adults in the Blagoveshchensk City Clinical Hospital and 80 beds for children, as well as create a provisional hospital for 111 beds in the regional infectious diseases hospital for the treatment and examination of people with coronavirus symptoms.

According to the Minister of Health of the Amur Region, Evgenia Zharnovnikova, in an unfavorable scenario and the detection of coronavirus, 280 beds were deployed on the basis of the children's city clinical hospital for those who were in contact with patients. Now in the region a high alert regime has been introduced for carrying out preventive and primary anti-epidemic measures.

According to the press service of the regional government, residents were advised to wear masks in crowded places, and they also decided to postpone major international events in the Amur Region. Tour operators were asked to cancel tours to China.

On the eve of the temporary transport corridor organized through the checkpoints Blagoveshchensk - Heihe, 239 people returned to Russia. His closed since January 27however, at the request of regional authorities, the Chinese side opened separate corridorso that tourists, students and citizens who were on a business trip to China can return to the country.

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