Six of the capital’s hospitals have returned to the planned admission of patients after conversion for hospitalization of patients with coronavirus, according to the portal of the mayor and government of Moscow.

As told Deputy mayor for social development Anastasia Rakova, so 16 urban hospitals have resumed the normal reception of patients.

"this week, the first patients routinely took six hospitals of the city hospital № 17, 51, 29 N. E. Bauman the name of S. I. Spasokukotskogo, № 1 named after N. I. Pirogov and tuberculosis hospital named after A. E. Rabukhin", – told Vice-the mayor.

According to her, the hospitals have already received treatment more than 12.8 thousand citizens.

Previously to the provision of routine and emergency medical care began hospital No. 31, the name of Pletneva, Mukhin, name Demikhova behalf of Zhadkevich, name Davidovsky hospital on Shabolovka, as well as hospitals for veterans of wars № 1, 2 and 3. 16 redeveloped hospitals prepared almost nine thousand beds.

Rakova said that in the near future to normal mode of operation will return to hospital of a name of Vinogradova, the name of Yudin, name Inozemtsev, Botkin.

As specified, scheduled patients hospitalitynet, observing a mask mode and a safe distance. Patient flows are separated — use a separate entrance to the building is being fumigated. Patients are tested for COVID-19.

Earlier, Deputy mayor said that Moscow still 20 clinics, which were deployed outpatient CT centers, resumed its planned patients. Rakov recalled that during a pandemic coronavirus in CT centers were the examination only patients with symptoms of SARS, suspected community-acquired pneumonia and COVID-19, for routine visits to these buildings were closed.

According to her, all buildings have conducted a thorough disinfection of premises and all employees were tested for COVID-19. Rakova has noted that since the beginning of the work in all CT centers have conducted more than 189 thousand studies that helped doctors to diagnose the disease.