the Moscow Department of Ministry of health of Russia does not exclude that the second wave COVID-19 will happen in September. This was stated by the Minister of health of the region Svetlana Strigankova during the meeting of the Mosobldumy on Thursday, may 28.

“we Expect a second wave in September, so stocking up on personal protection and for future periods,” said Strigankova.

According to the Minister, refund to a planned operation near Moscow healthcare organizations will occur in three phases.

to return to the normal operation will first select a few hospitals that have been redeveloped for patients with coronavirus. First of all we are talking about General hospitals, where patients can obtain care of various profiles.

In the second stage the government of Moscow region intend to increase the number of medical organizations, the third — to normal operation will return the infectious diseases hospital.

the suburban polyclinics will be opened in a phased manner. First, patients can receive medical care from so-called “narrow” specialists, explained Strigankova.

In Moscow, about 3 thousand hospital beds have to go back to work as usual next week.

Earlier, on may 22, at a meeting on sanitary-epidemiological situation, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the country should be ready for the second wave of the epidemic of coronavirus in the fall. The Russian leader, citing domestic and foreign experts noted that this can happen in “late October — November.”

a few days Later the expert of the Center for economic research, Aghasi Tavadyan stated that the capital region has passed the peak COVID-19.

On the stabilization of the situation with coronavirus in Moscow, said the mayor Sergey Sobyanin. He believes that the capital managed to avoid the worst-case scenario and today the rate has dropped to 0.97.