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Roshal: coronavirus pandemic - rehearsal for biological warfare

Roshal: coronavirus pandemic - rehearsal for biological warfare
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Leonid Roshal, president of the National Medical Chamber's medical community, said the situation with the spread of coronavirus shows how global healthcare is prepared for challenges of this kind. In his opinion, the optimization of healthcare in Russia only makes it difficult to resist the virus.

According to Leonid Roshal, the pandemic showed well the readiness of all countries to such threats. At the same time, the expert quotes RIA News, rehearsal of biological warfare is happening all over the world today. However, in Russia, according to his assessment, the healthcare system was negatively affected by the optimization of the healthcare industry: the reduction of hospital beds and medical personnel is not good at all when the world is facing a pandemic. Moreover, the doctor emphasized that it is necessary to develop medicine in the regions so as not to take patients to Moscow and provide the necessary assistance on the spot.

Despite this, hospital readiness Russia to the coronavirus in the Ministry of Health was rated quite high. According to experts, in medical facilities there are enough beds, intensive care units, mechanical ventilation devices and doctors.

In total, 438 cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in Russia. In the Far East, it is already registered in three regions: two cases in Primorye, four in the Khabarovsk Territory and seven in Yakutia... Moreover, according to the World Health Organization, propagation speed The new strain of coronavirus in the world has grown. 

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