Limanua. From Friday, the district hospital in Limanoa will restore the normal operation of the last departments that have treated COVID-19 patients in recent months.

According to yesterday’s data, there were ten children infected with COVID-19 in the converted pediatric ward, while in the former pulmonology department, which only treated patients with severe SARS-CoV-2 infection for several months, several people were transferred to the hospital.

From April 1, the district hospital in Limanoa will return to normal work, and its departments will resume working normally. The hospital will operate as it did before the pandemic – says facility manager Marcin Rady.

Moreover, as the hospital director told us, from now on, regardless of the result of the SARS-CoV-2 test, the decision to place a patient in a particular ward will depend on the main disease with which the patient will go to the hospital. hospital. However, if he is found to be infected, he will be isolated from other patients in the same ward.

At the height of the epidemic, Limanoa Hospital had about 120 places for COVID-19 patients, including 10 beds in COVID-19 intensive care. In order to hospitalize people with COVID-19, the following departments have been changed: Pulmonology, Internal Medicine, Orthopedics, and Pediatrics.

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