"Portal users who have passed the tests in laboratories, integrated with the information system of Rospotrebnadzor, can receive at state body notice of readiness of the results themselves the results will be downloaded in the form of a QR-code to your mobile app. "Gosuslugi* Stopkoronavirus", - quotes the statement of the Ministry of digital development, communication and mass communications 1prime.ru.
Deputy head of the ministry Oleg Kachanova notes that the launch of such a service will allow solving several problems at once. First, it will become "a trusted tool for storing COVID-19 certificates for submission using a mobile application at the point of request". Secondly, it will reduce the proportion of false certificates with test results. Finally, the time for obtaining the research results will also be reduced, the Russians will get rid of the need to send certificates of the absence of coronavirus to Rospotrebnadzor after returning from abroad.
Now, in several regions of Russia, more than 450 organizations that collect analyzes and are integrated with the information platform of Rospotrebnadzor are already uploading the results of studies for the presence of coronavirus to the portal of Gosuslugi (public services). They sent there more than 130 thousand certificates, on average about 15 thousand studies per day.
And soon other laboratories in six regions will be connected to the download, the daily number of studies transmitted in digital form will increase to 40 thousand. Finally, all laboratories and medical centers are planned to be connected to the project by the end of March 2021.
The situation with the spread of coronavirus infection remains tense. According to RBC, as of November 25, 23,675 new cases of infection were detected in Russia over the last 24 hours, 25,748 people recovered, 507 patients died. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 2.2 million cases have been identified in the country, 1.7 million people have recovered, and 37.5 thousand people have died.
* Gosuslugi* - state services portal in Russia.