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In Institute Gamalei said the timing of the registration of the vaccine from COVID-19

In Institute Gamalei hope that the registration of the vaccine from COVID will last till August 2-4, several days is the permit, reported RIA Novosti Director of the center for epidemiology and Microbiology named Gamalei Alexander Ginzburg.

"Hopefully, this long time will not be, well, at least a week at this place, that is somewhere 2-3-4 August, the registration process will continue," he said.

Krasnoyarsk authorities will verify the information on the death of the doctor from COVID-19

Roszdravnadzor will check the data media about the doctor with more than 30 years of experience from the town of Uyar, Krasnoyarsk region, who died from the coronavirus, possibly due to delays in treatment, according to the Ministry of health of the Russian Federation.

Earlier, a local news portal NGS24 wrote that the doctor-gynecologist with more than 30 years died from lung disease due to coronavirus. In the media stated that initially she refused to do a computer tomography (CT) with the words "will not fit", later a CT scan of her still did, but it was too late - the lungs were affected nearly at 100%. Krasnoyarsk Prosecutor's office began checking.

In Russia begins to act, mandatory labeling of medicines

Mandatory labeling of the drugs begins to act in response to the environment – all manufacturers of drugs shall be marked and the persons engaged in the production, storage, import in the Russian Federation, vacation, sale, transfer, use and destruction of drugs, will be required to provide information about drugs in a system of monitoring their movement.

Relevant Federal law was signed by President of Russia at the end of December 2019.

Roszdravnadzor said that a surge of complaints about unavailability of medicines no

A surge of complaints from Russians in the unavailability of drugs in recent times have not been observed, but increased the number of applications for the access to health care, said the head of Roszdravnadzor Alla Samoilov.

She noted that at the beginning of the epidemic there have been appeals by the provision of means of individual protection, but now they are almost there.

KRET did not reveal complaints to the ventilator "Aventa-M"

Complaints to the ventilator "Aventa-M", produced at the Ural instrument plant (included in KRET, a Rostec) during additional testing not identified, told RIA Novosti on Tuesday the press service of the concern "Radioelectronic technologies".

They added that the initiative of the Ural instrument-making plant has notified a healthcare.

For payment because of the death of health care workers have filed about 70 applications

About 70 applications submitted to the social insurance Fund on a one-time payment in connection with the death of health workers, told journalists the Minister of health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Murashko.

Earlier, the head of Roszdravnadzor Alla Samoilova reported that nearly 500 physicians who have contracted the coronavirus has died in Russia. In a press-service of the Ministry later said that the mentioned information are not official, talking about the data circulating on the Internet.

The chamber has made a rating of the authorities on the competitiveness of the procurement

Russia's audit chamber assessed the level of competition in public procurement Federal government from 2014 to 2019, the leader of the rating by the number of participants was the Ministry of education, and the amounts of competitive procurement - Federal protection service (FSO) of the Russian Federation, stated in the materials published on the portal of the controlling Agency "government Spending".

It is noted that in the preparation of the rating analysts used the data of procurement with a positive difference between the initial maximum price and the total price of the contract. Also considered the procurement processes in which specialists have identified competitions, in which participated more than four applicants. The analysis was conducted for each of the Federal body of Executive power in the regions of the country.

Saratov region received 45 of the ventilator "Aventa-M"

Saratov oblast in the framework of the agreement with the Ministry of industry and trade of the Russian Federation received 45 of the 80 ventilators "Aventa-M", reported on Monday the first Deputy Minister of health Stanislav Shuvalov.

Previously Shuvalov said that only with the agreement of the Ministry of industry and trade of the Russian Federation in the region it is planned to supply 80 of the ventilator "Aventa-M". According to Vice-Governor Alexander Strelyukhin, the first batch of these devices on the line of the Ministry of industry and trade of the Russian Federation in the region was expected before the end of last week.

Ural plant withdraws all resuscitators "Aventa-M" after the fires

Ural instrument plant (UPZ, part of the concern "Radioelectronic technologies") withdraws from hospital ventilators "Aventa-M" for additional screening.

Ventilators "Aventa M", produced at a factory of KRET, was used in Moscow and St. Petersburg hospitals, where 9 and 12 may there was a fire and killed a total of seven patients. After the incident, the health Ministry has suspended the use in Russia of the ventilator during the investigation.

The Prosecutor General's office has identified irregularities in payments to doctors to KCR

Russian Prosecutor General's office found violations in the calculation of doctors Karachay-Cherkessia incentive payments for work in conditions of the spread of coronavirus, the press service of the Ministry.

It is noted that by order of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Igor Krasnov Deputy Andrew Chicotel with visits conducted to verify compliance with the rights of citizens and health workers in the spread of coronavirus infection in the Karachay-Cherkess Republic. The Supervisory activities that took place during the week covered by all medical institutions providing care to patients COVID-19.

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