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27 May 2020, 10:07

Belarus' Healthcare Ministry: COVID-19 cases decline in Brest Oblast

Dmitry Pinevich. An archive photo
Dmitry Pinevich. An archive photo

MINSK, 27 May (BelTA) – The cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 are on the decline in Brest Oblast, Belarus' First Deputy Healthcare Minister Dmitry Pinevich told BelTA.

Healthcare institutions focused on coronavirus patients in Vitebsk Oblast were the first to start returning to a normal operation mode. The situation in Mogilev Oblast is not bad either, said the first deputy minister.

“There has been an increase in morbidity in Brest Oblast, in almost all major cities, but the incidence is declining now. Gomel Oblast still has some issues. I am going there tomorrow. Our specialists have also worked there. The minister has recently been there as well,” said Dmitry Pinevich.

The situation in the oblasts is under the control of the Healthcare Ministry.

As for the bed fund, there are enough of them today. There are no problems in the country with providing necessary assistance to those who need it. Patients with mild symptoms are treated at home and under constant supervision of contact groups organized in clinics.

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