Senator Karelova: a third of coronavirus survivors do not return to their usual way of life … The vice-speaker of the Federation Council Galina Karelova said about significant changes in their lives, quotes her words from RIA Novosti.
According to experts, up to 25 percent of those treated in a hospital do not return to their previous work for health reasons, and also 29 percent of patients discharged from intensive care units and after intensive care have a high risk of death from complications within three months after the illness, the politician noted.
“Given the number of citizens who have recovered, rehabilitation after COVID-19 is of particular importance.” – said Karelova. The senator added that the consequences of coronavirus infection are no less serious ordeal for humans than the disease itself.
According to the headquarters on December 6, 32,136 new cases of COVID-19 were detected in Russia per day. The total number of people infected since the beginning of the pandemic in the country has reached 9,833,749.