#Moldova #Chisinau #Coronavirus

A municipal health official warned on Monday that the continuous increase in the number of COVID-19 patients has brought the medical system close to the limit in Chisinau, Moldova's capital, ImageImageImage
with less than 100 free hospital beds currently left in the city. Tatiana Bucearschi, Head of the General Directorate of Social Assistance and Health, told a municipal services meeting,
"1,320 coronavirus patients are hospitalized in municipal health institutions, and the maximum capacity is 1,400 treatment beds," official statistics show that almost 40 percent of the country's people hospitalized for COVID-19 are now in the capital's hospitals.
According to Bucearschi, the municipal health institutions also created a surplus of 237 seats late last week. Moldova is the poorest nation of Europe. Moldova reported 6,566 new COVID-19 cases last week, up from 5,617 in the previous week.
To date, 176,752 cases and 3,780 deaths have been registered in the country.

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