Russian specialists of NBC protection carried out sanitation of one of the largest gerontological centers in Serbia
Russian specialists of NBC protection carried out sanitary treatment of one of the three largest gerontological centers in Serbia. It is located in Belgrade and is designed for 600 patients.
Chemists disinfected the interior using special alcohol solutions, and also treated the surrounding areas with the use of automatic filling stations ARS-14 KM.
The decision on special treatment of gerontological centers in the Republic was made at a joint meeting of Russian specialists and their Serbian colleagues from the crisis headquarters. Elder people are most vulnerable to a new coronavirus infection. This is mainly due to the fact that they are more susceptible to complications due to concomitant diseases. Therefore, it was decided to process institutions for the elderly: gerontological centers, nursing homes and boarding houses in the Republic of Serbia.
The combined Russian-Serbian NBC protection crews continued joint disinfection activities. During the day, 14 objects were processed in the cities of Belgrade, Zajecar and Knyazhevac.
Two medical and nursing teams took part in the examination and treatment of 22 patients infected with COVID-19 in hospitals in Belgrade, Chuprija and Paracin. Russian military doctors conducted an assessment and analysis of the epidemiological situation, gave recommendations for carrying out anti-epidemic measures in medical institutions in the cities of Presevo and Bujanovac.
In total, the Russian combined unit operating in Serbia carried out a set of disinfection measures at 100 sites in 19 cities of the Republic: Belgrade, Nis, Valevo, Backa-Topola, Krusevac, Chuprija, Palic, Novi-Sad, Pancevo, Blace, Pozarevac, Smederevo, Novi-Pazar, Prokuplje, Leskovac, Vrane, Vlasotince, Zajecar and Knyazhevac. About 215 buildings and structures with a total area of more than 1041 thousand square meters, 54 sections of paved roads with an area of about 400 thousand square meters were processed. Military medics examined and treated 500 patients infected with COVID-19.