Deputy mayor Anastasia Rakova said as Moscow prepared to fight coronavirus

Deputy mayor of Moscow on issues of social development Anastasia Rakova gave an interview in the program “Evening with Vladimir Solovyov” on TV channel “Russia 1” and said Moscow was prepared to fight against the coronavirus.

the Deputy Mayor expressed the hope that the situation in Russia is favorable and will not develop as negatively as in Europe. Rakova said that in any case Moscow is preparing for all worst-case scenarios.

the Chosen three basic directions. The first laboratory research. Increased the number of people who are tested for coronavirus. This is the first step to ensure that the virus has stopped spreading. Last week, the right to conduct research had only Federal laboratory. Now the laboratories of the subjects were also given this right. Today launched nine laboratories. A day is of the order of 4 thousand studies on coronavirus in the laboratories of Moscow. In the coming weeks the number of ongoing studies will be increased to 13 thousand per day. All people over 65 and chronically ill, have symptoms of SARS, it is necessary to pass the test for the coronavirus. Paramedics who responded to a call in 70 percent of cases take patients tests for coronavirus infection.

Everyone knows that the most serious complication of coronavirus pneumonia. Therefore, all falls in the hospital with pneumonia in the first hours of being there the test to be a coronavirus. Tomorrow the doctors will take the analysis of coronavirus relatives of those people who are delivered in hospital with suspected pneumonia.

the Second area is the bed. Unlike Europe, Russia gained time to deploy the new capacity number of beds exclusively for the treatment of coronavirus infection. “Over the past three weeks, launched a number of new hospitals for the treatment of this disease. Tomorrow goes to the patients with coronavirus multidisciplinary bolnitsa No. 15, where 1,300 beds. We are preparing additional reserve capacity that can be deployed at any moment”, — said the Deputy mayor of Moscow on issues of social development Anastasia Rakova.

Spending on these areas is a priority.

today introduced two new standards on coronavirus infection in the form of medical tariffs. For each patient with coronavirus COVID-19 from the mandatory medical insurance Fund, the hospital will be to Finance the needed volume. 200 thousand roubles for the adult and 205 thousand on the child. These funds are sufficient to provide increased wages to staff. Also included necessary medical treatment, research and protection.

the epidemic of the coronavirus preparation in Russia began in January. Rakova noted that prepared all the necessary protection in the first place for those doctors who work directly with patients infected with coronavirus infection. There are special suits, goggles, respirators, and other necessary means of protection.

first and foremost, the protection provided by medical personnel, they also provide various categories of people who may encounter patients with coronavirus. It’s taxi drivers, vendors, police officers, social workers. Today in Moscow enough personal protective equipment.

Now, patients with coronavirus COVID-19 can be treated at home. It is very important to assess the patient’s condition. To make decisions about the patient’s condition will be paramedics. In case, if you decide to leave the man at home, the doctor will monitor the situation. The patient will regularly take the tests. Also the doctors will have the opportunity on video to contact the patient to discuss his condition, give treatment recommendations or make the decision on his admission. At home treatment will remain the only people who will sign a consent that they are aware of their diagnosis and undertakeoutsa to stay home. It should be noted that while the ambulance won’t take a picture of the person and will not make it into a single database surveillance of the house he could not stay. After entry in the database the person is under video surveillance at all city cameras 24 hours a day. The first attempt to get out of the house will fail.