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China has issued a document authorizing the treatment of COVID-19 at home

1200x800 copyThe Chinese authorities have published a guide authorizing the treatment of asymptomatic and mild forms of COVID-19 disease at home.

This was reported on Thursday by Xinhua news agency.
According to the document, patients who have COVID-19 in a mild or asymptomatic form, not complicated by side diseases, are not subject to mandatory hospitalization. Patients who have side diseases in a stable mild form and who do not need hospitalization can also be treated at home.
The management recommends that those undergoing treatment for coronavirus at home, if possible, live in separate rooms and not contact other residents.
Since the beginning of November, China has seen an increase in the number of new cases of coronavirus infection. The current COVID-19 outbreak has become one of the largest in the country since the beginning of the pandemic. The most difficult situation has developed in the southern province of Guangdong, Beijing, the central province of Henan and the city of Chongqing.
On November 27, demonstrations were held in a number of cities of the People's Republic of China against anti-weed measures in the country. In particular, at least several hundred people took part in protests in the Chaoyang district in Beijing. Their participants demanded that the authorities relax preventive restrictions. Last week, Deputy Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Sun Chunlan called for optimizing preventive measures to combat coronavirus. Since the beginning of the pandemic, strict preventive rules have been in force in China within the framework of the zero tolerance policy for COVID-19, writes TASS.