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Center for Oriental Medicine turned into an observatory in Buryatia

Center for Oriental Medicine turned into an observatory in Buryatia
Photo: press service of the government of Buryatia

The new observator in Buryatia received its first guests. At the Center for Oriental Medicine near the village of Verkhnyaya Berezovka, which has been redesigned for such needs, they deliver those who have come into contact with patients with coronavirus, or cannot provide quarantine at home.

In total, according to the press service of the government of the republic, 35 places for observation were equipped in one of the buildings of the Center for Oriental Medicine. The condition of the guests is monitored by five employees of the clinic.

Five meals a day are organized for the observer's patients; each room has a television, Internet and a separate bathroom. For feedback, suggestions and requests created a general chat. Unlike other observers, the Center for Oriental Medicine uses herbal medicine - herbal teas according to Tibetan medicine recipes.

Isolated citizens have already tested positive for coronavirus. If there is a need, the main building on Verkhnaya Berezovka for 75 people and the Orange House guest house for 36 people will be provided for observation.

In total, four observators with a total of 207 places are organized in Ulan-Ude. In Buryatia confirmed 145 cases of coronavirus. Extra beds for patients deployed in the district hospitals of the republic

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