Putin Presented The ONF Report On The Situation With The Coronavirus Pandemic

Putin Presented The ONF Report On The Situation With The Coronavirus Pandemic
Putin Presented The ONF Report On The Situation With The Coronavirus Pandemic

Video: Putin Presented The ONF Report On The Situation With The Coronavirus Pandemic

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The head of the ONF Executive Committee Mikhail Kuznetsov, at a meeting of the President of Russia, leader of the Popular Front Vladimir Putin with the Government of the Russian Federation, made a public report on the situation in combating the Covid-19 pandemic and spoke about the support of health workers provided by volunteers and partners of the #WeVot Together campaign. The report was prepared on the basis of a survey of 6 thousand people infected with coronavirus, monitoring the availability of drugs (recommended by the Ministry of Health) in 3.5 thousand pharmacies in all Russian regions, as well as on the basis of a study of messages on social networks. "The situation is very different not only by region, but also to the exactness of a medical institution," Kuznetsov said. He pointed out four main problems now arising in the fight against the pandemic: a shortage of drugs in pharmacies, the difficulty of calling a doctor at home, the inability to call an ambulance, regional and polyclinic call centers, and long waiting times for patients in the emergency rooms of hospitals. Kuznetsov cited the results of the ONF monitoring of the availability of drugs in pharmacies: "For antiviral drugs recommended by the Ministry of Health, they are not in 30% of pharmacies. The most scarce drug is Favipiravir and all drugs with its content are not in 85% of pharmacies. For anticoagulants, 44% pharmacies lack all the recommended anticoagulants. The most scarce drug is Rivaroxaban - it is not available in 63% of pharmacies. " The head of the Executive Committee also announced the results of a survey of patients with coronavirus: 49% of the respondents visited the doctor on the day of the call, 26% of the respondents visited the doctor on the second or third day, in 25% of cases the waiting time exceeded this period. According to expert estimates, despite the growing workload, doctors manage to work out up to 70% of home calls per day. To improve the situation, the Popular Front recommends improving the transport provision of district doctors. The headquarters of #WeTogether with the regional authorities organized work to attract transport. 3040 cars were provided from the regional authorities' car parks, 1250 car volunteers were connected. "We estimate the current demand for another 2,700 cars for local doctors. There is also a proposal to assign these cars to doctors so that they can pick them up from home in the morning and take them home from work. In some regions, this practice already exists," said Mikhail Kuznetsov

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