Written by: Qiu Jingwen
2020-02-27 21:51Last updated: 2020-02-27 21:51
All Hong Kong passengers stranded on the Japanese Diamond Princess have disembarked, but only 70 Hong Kong people have been diagnosed with the infection and are still in hospital. The Department of Health said earlier that four of them were diagnosed with Hong Kong people who were particularly serious and had entered the intensive care unit.
The reporter went to the hospital where Hong Kong residents were hospitalized today (27th), hoping to know the latest situation. Two of these hospitals have adequate epidemic prevention measures.
Reporter: Qiu Jingwen Photojournalist: Yang Kaili hits Japan
The reporter went to the intensive care unit of the Showa University Affiliated Hospital and saw the nurse wearing a mask. (Photo by Yang Kaili)
The reporter went to the Showa University Hospital (Fujihamaoka Hospital of Showa University), which is believed to have been hospitalized by Hong Kong people. In response to the epidemic situation, the hospital's official website has recently announced a number of measures, including the cancellation of several public lectures in recent days, and all visitors must wear masks. There is a notice at the gate. If anyone suspects that they have Wuhan pneumonia, they must call the hospital to make an appointment. They will not accept direct visits.
Medical staff revealed that a female patient in Hong Kong, about 30 years old, had been received
The reporter then went to the "Emergency Hospital" on the third floor for inspection. The "Emergency Hospital" had frosted glass gates outside. Many medical staff went in and out. From the outside, the medical staff in the ward were wearing protective clothing and had sufficient awareness of epidemic prevention. Since journalists are foreigners, medical staff have always been watching. Some medical staff took the initiative to inquire about the reporter. During the conversation, it was revealed that a 30-year-old female patient in the hospital was a Hong Kong person, but the condition of the female patient was not disclosed.
The staff of the ward of the Showa University Hospital saw the reporter and asked the reporter. (Photo by Yang Kaili)
In addition, the reporter went to the Santa Mariana Medical University Hospital, which has a large plan and the main building is eight stories high. Hong Kong patients are currently located in another medical building. If a relative of a patient visits the doctor, they need to show their ID for registration. The waiting area of the reporter was observed. Because only a few foreigners were reporters, the hospital medical staff paid great attention to it and took the initiative to ask the reporter. An electronic translator was used to arrange an English interpreter to serve the reporter.
Sun Sheng, a Hong Kong citizen who is hospitalized: Unwell, do not want to be interviewed
We have contacted Sun Tai Sun Tai, a Hong Kong resident who is staying in the hospital. At present Sun Tai is in serious condition and needs to have a throat inserted. Sun Sheng told the "Hong Kong 01" reporter through Legislative Council Member Zheng Yongshun that he did not want to be interviewed because he was unwell.
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