Doctors are told who is at risk for coronavirus

the Doctors said, who is at risk for coronavirus

risk factors for the incidence of coronavirus include people over 65 and citizens with serious chronic diseases, reports the Moscow 24 TV channel.

in Addition to the elderly, this group are living together with the patient COVID-19 people. Well as at risk and should be tested patients with pneumonia, as well as living with them.

Earlier it was reported that about 40% of patients aged 40 years in Moscow with coronavirus are on artificial lung ventilation (ALV). Experts explained that the disease is severe as in the elderly, and the citizens younger than 60 years.

the Number of cases in Moscow of 1,014 people, of which 46% are infected at the age of 35-64 years. The number of HIV patients aged 18 to 34 years is 33.5%. About 15% are people over 65.

Residents urged to take seriously adopted in the capital restrictions and to spend the required days at home. Experts Oberstab for control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in the capital also asked parents not to let children outside. They recalled that canceled classes in schools is not a reason to be outside.

Sergei Sobyanin from March 30 imposed restrictions on movement around the city. In the coming days in the capital to go out can be if you have special permits.

From the apartment you can go only in cases of emergency medical aid and other direct threats to life and health, commuting (if required). Also to get out of the house it is possible to make purchases from the store or pharmacy. Allowed the walking of Pets at a distance not exceeding 100 meters from the place of residence.

Life of Moscow in the conditions of coronavirus

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