According to Aksenov, only those who have obvious symptoms of SARS, influenza, and pneumonia are tested for coronavirus.
"In Crimea, there may also be a negative scenario for the development of the coronavirus situation. If the detection process goes with obvious signs, then in theory, in the negative prognosis we can destroy all our observatories and hospitals. Yet, God forbid, healthcare workers will be infected, then we may lose healthcare facilities altogether. This is a negative outlook. Its probability is quite high,” he said.
As we reported earlier, commander of Ukraine's Joint Forces Volodymyr Kravchenko stated that district administrations of the occupied Donetsk and Luhansk regions hid information about the incidence of Covid-19.
He said the vast majority of cases that had similar symptoms to coronavirus were qualified by doctors as pneumonia or SARS.