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10 hospitals in Moscow for COVID-19 patients will resume normal work

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FILE: A man is vaccinated against the novel coronavirus in Moscow, Russia, December 5, 2020.

February 3 According to a report by Russian Sputnik Network on the 3rd, Rakova, deputy mayor of Moscow, the capital of Russia, said that 10 hospitals in Moscow were temporarily converted to treat COVID-19 patients and were returning to their normal work.

According to the report, Lakova said: “The pandemic situation in the capital continues to improve, and the number of new cases of COVID-19 in a single day has dropped significantly.

Meanwhile, the number of hospitalized patients is also declining, down 11% in the past week compared with the previous week.”

Lakova pointed out: “From today, 10 hospitals with 3,200 beds treating COVID-19 patients will resume their normal work.

Meanwhile, 11 makeshift hospitals with 1,300 beds will also stop accepting COVID-19 patients.” Lakova pointed out that in the near future, the hospital will carry out special sanitary treatment, and all hospital personnel will be tested for the novel coronavirus.

According to an early report by the Russian Sputnik network on the same day, the Russian COVID-19 pandemic prevention and control headquarters said that in the past 24 hours, 16,474 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Russia, with a total of 3901,204 confirmed cases; 526 new deaths have been added, with a total of 74,684 deaths.

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