Updates: 23.11.2021 18:35
Kyjov (Hodonín Region) – The director of the Kyjov Hospital in the Hodonín Region, Lubomír Wenzl, today announced a state of mass disability. In practice, this means that the hospital has almost reached a state in which patients in the ARO department who need pulmonary ventilation cannot be cared for by a professionally trained physician. Hospital spokesman Filip Zdražil told ČTK. The current wave of covid has hit the Kyjov hospital. He warned of the status announcement Diary N.
The original capacity of six ARO beds was gradually expanded by the Kyjov hospital to 14, only two are available.
The state of mass disability is an extraordinary event in which the medical facility no longer provides health care corresponding to the current standard in the Czech Republic due to a lack of resources. During this year’s spring wave, this condition was declared the first hospital in the Pardubice region at the beginning of March, followed by other hospitals in the country. In the current autumn wave, Kyjov Hospital is the first to do so.
Source: České noviny – hlavní události by www.ceskenoviny.cz.
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