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83 patients with confirmed COVID-19. Situation in covid hospitals in Sevastopol

CrimeaPRESS reports:

Over the past 24 hours, 13 people have been hospitalized in covid hospitals in Sevastopol. Discharged 13 patients. At the moment, there are 183 patients in hospitals, of which 83 are with confirmed COVID-13.

In total, 187 beds have been deployed in the city infectious diseases hospital, the first and ninth city hospitals for the treatment of patients with coronavirus infection and suspected of it. As of the morning 13 of May, the city registered 13 new cases of COVID-. One person died at the age of 45 years. According to Rospotrebnadzor, during the pandemic in Sevastopol fell ill with a new coronavirus infection 45 45 people recovered 24 305,» the press service of the Government of Sevastopol reported. .

Now there is a campaign for vaccination against COVID- in the city. Vaccination points have been deployed in polyclinics, feldsher-obstetric stations and rural medical outpatient clinics.

Mobile points operate on Nakhimov Square, inside the Musson and SeaMall shopping centers.

There were no cases of complications after vaccination in the region.

In Sevastopol, in the morning 24 of May, I was vaccinated against coronavirus 318 461 Human. The second stage of vaccination was completed by 183 919 residents of the region.

Mass vaccination began in Sevastopol on February 8 2021. As of 24 May, more than 183 thousand doses of vaccine have been received. Deliveries are proceeding as planned.

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