for seven thousand operations were conducted by the doctors 20 Moscow hospitals, returning to routine work. Reported by Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Moscow Mayor for social development.

last week the standard work mode is back: the hospital named after V. V. Vinogradov, voronovskaya hospital, a branch of the center of dermatology and cosmetology clinic named after V. G. Korolenko on Kosinskaya street, and branch No. 3 of the centre of medical rehabilitation, restorative and sports medicine on 2nd Volskaya street.

Previously, to provide routine and emergency medical care began: hospital No. 31, 17, 51, 29 N.Uh. Bauman, named D. D. Pletnev, named after S. I. Spasokukotskogo, № 1 named after N. And. Pirogov, the name of E. O. Mukhin, named VP Demikhova, named M. E. of Zhadkevich, I. V. Davidovsky hospital on Shabolovka, tuberculosis hospital named after A. E. Rabukhin and hospitals for war veterans No. 1, 2 and 3. For all time, since the reverse conversion of hospitals for planned and emergency hospitalization for treatment, they received almost 20 thousand patients.

All the medical staff of the hospitals was tested for coronavirus infection. In the future, employees will be tested for COVID-19 times a week.

In accordance with the temporary standard of the beds in the wards patients are placed at an increased distance from each other. In addition, additional ventilation and air disinfection.

the planned Hospitalization of patients is provided with mask mode and social distance. Flows entering the building and coming out of it separated. Reception is carried out by recording with a time interval of at least 15 minutes.

All incoming patients to be tested for the coronavirus. Planned doctors begin treatment only after receiving negative test results. Before patients are placed in separate wards in compliance with all requirements of sanitary-epidemiological security.

In hospitals is preventive and current disinfection with a surface treatment at least twice a day. For staff and patients installed touchless dispensers and faucets for hand hygiene.

This standard will be followed in all hospitals, which have a conversion and a return to the usual mode of operation.