The situation with coronavirus infection in Moscow has become stable. This, as reported by “Rossiyskaya Gazeta”, said the mayor of the city Sergei Sobyanin on the air of the TV channel “Russia-1”. According to him, hospitals are slowly but surely loaded, approaching a thousand patients a day, many of whom are severe. But hospitals working with this infection can cope by introducing only their own additional buildings. Therefore, it is not yet planned to massively transfer hospitals to help patients with COVID-19.
“We have mobile hospitals that insure this situation, so we are not going to massively transfer hospitals that provide planned assistance,” Sobyanin said, adding that now only previously reserved individual buildings will be activated.