A State Duma deputy suggests building monuments to doctors after the COVID-19 outbreak is over.
Mikhail Romanov, a deputy of the RF State Duma, has suggested putting up monuments to doctors who treat COVID-19 patients in St. Petersburg and other Russian cities, Peterburgsky Dnevnik daily reports.
The initiative can be discussed in detail after the COVID-19 epidemic is over. Romanov also expects medics can be awarded for their work.
The Memory List that the medical community published in April now has 160 names of doctors and nurses who died from COVID-19. 13 of them are St. Petersburg medics.