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Dangerous features of the coronavirus, a warning from the chief infectious disease specialist, and small loans to areas are topics of today's media.

The official newspaper Azerbaijan touches upon the history of the virus issue, noting that it is the most dangerous of all influenza viruses. It originated from bats and snakes in the 70-80s of the last century.

The virus transmitted by airborne droplets is the most dangerous and to protect against it, it is necessary to observe isolation and distance, as well as personal hygiene.

Of the 100 people infected with coronavirus, 20 are ill severely. The virus spreads primarily in densely populated areas, to which Baku belongs.

The website Oxu.az cites a warning from the country's chief infectious disease specialist, Jalal Isayev, that there may not be enough respiratory equipment. Today in the country there are patients in critical condition. If this continues, then in hospitals there will be a shortage of beds and artificial respiration apparatus.

According to Isayev, coronavirus has recently acquired a more severe form and is rapidly spreading among young people. This infection cannot be eliminated soon. It is necessary to minimize communication between people and gain time before a vaccine is created.

The website Sfera.az discusses the situation with the allocation of loans to the regions. The author claims that 80% of loans are in the capital. The volume of loans is 14.742 billion manat, of which 11.882 billion manat was allocated in Baku.

The second place in credit is occupied by the Aran economic zone - 5%, then the Ganja-Gazakh economic zone - only 4.2%, the Absheron economic region - 3.55%.

The author also notes a high percentage of loans, the average percentage of which is 11.5%, in Baku - 9.5%, in the Aran zone - 22%, in Ganja-Gazakh - 19%, in Absheron - 16%. Such a big difference is explained by the fact that most of the economic activity and the formation of VAT take place in Baku.


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