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Technical readiness for the introduction of QR codes will be checked in the Khabarovsk Territory
The fourth wave of coronavirus has begun in the Khabarovsk Territory. The incidence has increased in the region, additional beds for coronavirus patients are being deployed and hospitals are being switched to covid mode. Also, the region will check the readiness for the introduction of QR codes for those who have had coronavirus or vaccinated.
As EastRussia was told at the operational headquarters, in just a week in the Khabarovsk Territory, 2 new cases of coronavirus were registered, a week earlier there were 332 cases. The largest increase is observed in Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk, districts. Lazo, Nanaysky, Bikinsky, Amursky, Solnechny and Nikolaevsky.
Additional beds were deployed in two medical institutions: in the Komsomolsk city hospital named after Shulman (150) and in the Khabarovsk city hospital named after I. Matveeva (184). The total bed capacity is 74%.
According to Rospotrebnadzor, the incidence of children under 14 and among older people has increased in the region. The non-working population of the sick is about 50%. Also, workers in the service sector, banks, education, health care and civil servants get sick more than others. Also, the head of Rospotrebnadzor Tatyana Zaitseva noted that residents of the region go to a doctor late, because of this, severe cases of the disease have become more frequent, and cases of pneumonia increased by 24,5%.
Regarding the QR codes of the Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Khabarovsk Territory, Yevgeny Nikonov cited as an example 26 regions of the country for cultural and entertainment events, and 22 for visiting cafes and restaurants. He also added that it is necessary to increase the rate of vaccination: in the region, 7 people can be vaccinated per day.
In total, 87 794 cases of coronavirus have been registered in the region since the beginning of the pandemic.