Students of medical universities from other regions will be attracted to help Pskov doctors

In the Pskov region, due to coronavirus infection, the workload on doctors has grown tremendously. This was announced by the chairman of the health committee of the Pskov region Marina Garashchenko at a meeting of the regional operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus today, October 8, the correspondent of “MK in Pskov”. She stressed that there are a large number of COVID-19 patients in the region who are treated on an outpatient basis. There are 3910 such people.

“The workload for one team that serves coronavirus patients is more than 100 patients. This is a colossal burden that we are celebrating. And the highest is in the city of Pskov, – emphasized the head of the profile committee. – Certain management measures were taken. We understand that there are certain issues related to, among other things, the staff shortage. “

Students of medical universities and colleges will be attracted to work with the population.

“We have already made inquiries to medical universities of our federal colleagues with a request to provide the region with specialized teams for consultations and additional assistance,” said Marina Garashchenko.

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