S.-PETERSBURG, February 16 – RIA Novosti. Petersburg coped with the first and second waves of the coronavirus pandemic, now the epidemiological situation is improving, said the governor of the city Alexander Beglov. “We have survived two waves of the pandemic … A huge preparatory work has been done, we have reprofiled 24 healthcare institutions to work with coronavirus infection … Today I can confidently say that the city coped with the pandemic with dignity, “Beglov said at a meeting of the city government online.
“Today the epidemiological situation is improving, vaccination is actively underway (against COVID-19 – ed.)”, – added the Governor of St. Petersburg.
The Governor of St. Petersburg, Alexander Beglov, urged the city health committee to promptly return hospitals that were previously redesigned to receive patients with coronavirus to their scheduled work. “I ask the medical unit not to delay the return of hospitals to the planned operation,” Beglov said at a meeting of the St. Petersburg government online .The spread of the coronavirus
As the governor recalled, some of the hospitals redesigned to treat patients with coronavirus have already returned to normal activities. In the near future, a multidisciplinary city hospital №2 will join it, he noted.
As the chairman of the health care committee Dmitry Lisovets previously reported, the Mariinsky hospital returned to scheduled work last week, and the seventh pavilion of the temporary hospital in the Lenexpo exhibition pavilion also stopped working. Part of the Filatov Children's Hospital No. 5 and three federal medical institutions (the Kirov Military Medical Academy, the Research Institute of Phthisiopulmonology and the 442nd Military Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of Defense) are returning to normal work.