Coronavirus In The Far East: 95% Of Beds In The Khabarovsk Territory Are Occupied By COVID-19 Patients

Coronavirus In The Far East: 95% Of Beds In The Khabarovsk Territory Are Occupied By COVID-19 Patients
Coronavirus In The Far East: 95% Of Beds In The Khabarovsk Territory Are Occupied By COVID-19 Patients

Video: Coronavirus In The Far East: 95% Of Beds In The Khabarovsk Territory Are Occupied By COVID-19 Patients

Video: Hospitals struggle to find beds for mostly younger, unvaccinated COVID-19 patients l WNT 2022, November
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Two of those who died in Russia lived in the Khabarovsk Territory. In the region, the number of victims reached 136. During the day, "covid" was confirmed in 231 residents, only 18 people were discharged. As a result, about 5,000 people are still fighting COVID-19. Most often, health workers, employees of public transport and the banking sector are sick.

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Local authorities said that the workload of beds is 95%, more than 100 people are hospitalized every day. Medical institutions are already looking for reserves to accommodate new patients. "Kovidny" beds are planned to open in the hostel of the Institute for Advanced Studies.

A serious situation remains in Transbaikalia: 5 people died there from “covid” in just one day. The diagnosis was confirmed in 235 more patients, 106 people were discharged. Over 3000 people continue to be in the hospital. In Buryatia, 9 cases of coronavirus infection were fatal the day before. The disease was confirmed in 235 people, 48 people recovered. More than 2,000 people remain under the supervision of doctors.

In Yakutia, coronavirus-related restrictions were extended until November 30. Residents were obliged to observe the mask regime, the work of institutions of additional education and sports sections was suspended. The last three days in the republic have registered an increase in the number of cases: the day before, 190 people infected with coronavirus were identified. During the day, 42 people recovered.

In the Magadan region, another 48 people fell ill with coronavirus. In total, over 1000 people are ill in the region. Another 56 residents of Kamchatka were diagnosed with "covid", 17 people were discharged the day before. Two residents of Chukotka also learned that they tested positive for coronavirus. 31 people in regional hospitals continue their treatment.

On Sakhalin, Governor Valery Limarenko was vaccinated against coronavirus. Moreover, a month later it turned out that the tests were successful, immunity was formed.

“Indeed, I took part in the testing of Sputnik V, a domestic vaccine against coronavirus. I was offered to be vaccinated in July, and I agreed,”said Limarenko.

According to the Deputy Chairman of the Regional Government Vladimir Yushchuk, 100 thousand people will be able to get vaccinated against the coronavirus on Sakhalin. In the meantime, 96 people were confirmed to have coronavirus a day, eight were discharged. As a result, 2,400 residents of the Sakhalin region remain infected.

In the Jewish Autonomous Region, the diagnosis was confirmed in 40 people the day before. The record was marked by the Amur region, where 145 people fell ill with coronavirus. 46 Amur residents were discharged.

In Vladivostok, a battle began with catering establishments that violate the high alert mode and work after midnight. They will be forcibly closed, the mayor's office warned. It is clarified that the work of catering establishments after 00:00 is allowed only with delivery.

Meanwhile, in Primorye, 198 infected with coronavirus were detected per day, 76 people recovered, two died. About 3300 residents of Primorye continue their treatment.

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