Yes, it is. According to international experts, Moscow EMS is one of the most effective in the world. Today, EMS has a sufficient supply of personal protective equipment, including respirators, disposable gloves and glasses, various overalls and other protective equipment.
After transportation of each patient, regardless of whether they have signs of an infectious disease or not, the car interior and air are disinfected using bactericidal irradiators. After transporting patients to infectious hospitals, the ambulance gets fully sanitised.
The ambulance station has specialised infectious disease teams including highly qualified physicians that will ensure proper work in case of any infection outburst. There are also special bioboxes to transport patients with highly infectious diseases.