Moscow doctors discharged 4,798 patients from the capital’s hospitals per day who had recovered from COVID-19. This was announced on Monday, December 21, by the deputy mayor of the city, Anastasia Rakova.
In total, in Moscow, the number of people who have recovered from the infection has increased to 572,541.
The recovered residents of the capital are offered to become plasma donors. A donor can be a person between the ages of 18 and 55, who has had a coronavirus and does not have chronic diseases. He must be negative for HIV, hepatitis B and C.
Citizens who have recovered from COVID-19 can also become social volunteers and help those who are being treated for infection at home.
Two days ago, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that the most acute period of the fight against the spread of coronavirus should end in a few months. According to him, the situation in the capital, which ranks first in Russia in terms of the number of cases, remains difficult.
On December 18, the mayor said that about 1 million residents of the capital will be able to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, since from December 21, an entry will open in the city for new categories of citizens: transport, energy, industry workers, as well as media workers.
On December 5, in Moscow, vaccination against coronavirus started for employees of medical and educational institutions, as well as for employees of city social services aged 18 to 60 years. From December 14, in the capital, an appointment for vaccination is available for workers of the MFC, culture, as well as trade and services.
All relevant information on the situation with the coronavirus is available on the websites of stopcoronavirus.rf and access vsem.rf, as well as by the hashtag #WeVotte. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.