Prime Minister Kubatbek Boronov instructed to continue work on creating and equipping additional beds
In all areas of the country, it is necessary to continue work on the preparation of additional beds in day care facilities, thereby creating a reserve of beds. This work needs to be organized taking into account the number of inhabitants and the current epidemiological situation. The Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Kubatbek Boronov said this at a online meeting of the Republican Operational Headquarters.
The Head of Government recalled that at present the main zone of rapid spread of coronavirus infection is the city of Bishkek and Chui region.
“All possible measures are being taken to prevent an increase in the number of sick citizens. Given the current situation, all regions should be prepared for the possible reception of citizens with a diagnosis of coronavirus infection or community-acquired pneumonia. Reserve places, specialists and the necessary set of medicines should be prepared in advance in order to provide prompt and comprehensive qualified medical care to the population", said Kubatbek Boronov.
During the headquarters meeting, the relevant ministries and departments informed about the measures being taken to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection and the treatment of patients with coronavirus infection and community-acquired pneumonia, the work being done to expand hospital beds and call center activities.
Plenipotentiary representatives of the Government in the regions reported on the ongoing work in the field.
Prime Minister Kubatbek Boronov instructed to increase the number of beds throughout the country and to continue organizing day care hospitals in each region of the country to provide timely medical care.
“To preserve the life and health of citizens, it is necessary to continue a set of operational and organizational measures. All needy citizens should be provided with timely medical care. Not a single appeal of a citizen in need of qualified medical care should be ignored. You need to respond immediately", he said.
The Prime Minister instructed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, together with the Ministry of Health, to keep under special control the issue of the purchase and delivery of necessary medical equipment from abroad.