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HCM City authorities have set up a team that helps to regulate and transfer serious Covid-19 patients on July 20 as many have experienced suddenly worsened health.
The team has 15 members including 115 Emergency Centre and the Department of Health. The number of patients at the local hospitals has reached 35,295 and has continued to rise. Even though more people have been cured and discharged, there are also many people suddenly falling into critical condition and should be transferred to hospitals with better equipment and expertise.
According to the Department of Health, 38 hospitals are treating Covid-19 patients at full capacity. It’s necessary to have a team to help regulate patients who are in different conditions in order for them to be admitted to the most suitable hospitals.
The team will collect data and timely know the demands to transfer seriously ill patients from field hospitals. They will also check and know which hospitals are ready to receive patients and urge hospitals to quickly upgrade their infrastructure.
The team will circulate the work of individuals and organisations with effective Covid-19 treatment and preventive methods to popularise their methods.
This article was originally published in Dtinews
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