In Moscow are considering the possibility of expanding routine testing for coronavirus for city services
Photo: Denis Grishkin / Press service of the Mayor and Government of Moscow
Moscow city Hall is considering to expand regular testing for coronavirus for physicians, social workers and volunteers, to other categories working with the population, reports “Interfax”.
“Also, the issue of expanding routine testing for other city services, interacts with citizens, including police, transport workers, and trade (food stores, pharmacies, pet stores),” said she.
Among doctors and social workers screening already covered about 15 thousand people.
Rakova said that this time, doctors clinics, who go on house calls, health workers, leading to the admission in institutions, administrators of clinics, nurses, social workers and volunteers, who help isolated people and bring them home food and medicine.
In Russia on April 10, 917 recorded 11 cases of infection with coronavirus, 795 recovered. A large part of the infections are in Moscow (7 822). According to the Federal operational headquarters on Friday morning, died 94 people.