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Health: Corona’s curve flattened, and the death rate was within normal limits

2021-10-11T10:00:53.532Z

Damascus, SANA- The Ministry of Health announced that the curve of Corona injuries is flattening, stressing the need to adhere to the procedures



Damascus - Sana

The Ministry of Health announced that the curve of Corona injuries is flattening, stressing the need to adhere to preventive measures to limit the spread of the epidemic and break the cycle of infection.

The Director of Readiness, Ambulance and Emergency in the Ministry, Dr. Tawfiq, told SANA today that the number of Corona patients currently in hospitals in various governorates has reached 2,620, pointing to the opening of a center in the Southern Corniche in Lattakia to receive Corona patients who need oxygen support, and its capacity reaches 100 beds to be operated on. Currently 35 beds.

Dr. Hassa explained that the occupancy rate of intensive care rooms in hospitals in Damascus and its countryside is still 100 percent, and yesterday 3 cases were transferred to each of the hospitals of Qalamoun, Homs and Hama, while in the governorates of Homs and Tartous the occupancy rate of intensive care rooms is 90 percent.

According to the Director of Emergency, Aleppo governorate witnessed an increase in the number of injuries, and the occupancy rate of care services reached about 80 percent.

With regard to deaths, Dr. Hassaba stated that they are still within the normal limits, and are often a result of the delay in seeking health care and reaching the hospital in a poor clinical condition and low oxygen.

Hesaba recommended the necessity of taking the Corona vaccine and adhering to the application of precautionary health measures such as wearing a mask and spatial distancing.

Rama Rashidi

Source: sena

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