As Secretary of State Raed Arafat reported in recent days, places in the intensive care unit have officially ended in the country. At the beginning of the week, the national authorities decided to suspend all non-urgent operations for one month
- Confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Romania continue to rise, contending with the continued massive wave of the pandemic.
- As Secretary of State Raed Arafat reported in recent days, places in the intensive care unit in the country have officially run out and all units are full.
For this reason, in order to give priority to Covid patients, especially those in the intensive care unit, the national authorities at the beginning of the week decided to suspend all non-urgent operations for one month.
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- On Monday, Romania, through the voice of the Secretary of State, a Romanian physician of Arab-Palestinian origin, Raed Arafat, asked the European Union to support the Balkan country with medicines and possibly beds for seriously ill patients. state.
- In fact, at a press conference, Arafat said EU countries will be asking for support on drugs, and in particular on the drug Tocilizumab, used to treat Covid-19.
- The secretary of state did not rule out the possibility of transferring some of the patients able to be transferred abroad due to the lack of places in the intensive care unit.
Meanwhile, a new anti-Covid impression has emerged in the country. To contain the spread of the Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus infection, state authorities earlier this week imposed the use of masks in all public places and a curfew.
When bars and pubs are closed, restaurants, cinemas and theaters will remain open but with limited capacity which is only 50% and only for those who have completed the vaccination cycle.
Treviso: seasonal worker dies with Covid.
Fears of an epidemic Doctors discovered a positive attitude only after the death of a 48-year-old who came from Romania with 13 compatriots. Serious roommate.
Treviso: seasonal worker dies with Covid. He fears an epidemic She died at the age of 48 after days of feeling unwell. It was only in retrospect that it was discovered that Covid had killed her.
The diagnosis was also late as no one asked the woman for a smear.
- Seriously, her roommate in intensive care. They are both Romanian grape harvesters in the hills of Marc Trevigiana.
- These two cases prompted Ulss 2 to inspect seasonal workers and vineyard workers to check for a possible outbreak.
Among the problems underlying the infection is the place of origin of workers: in fact, in Romania only 30 percent of the population was vaccinated, and very few people were smeared upon arrival in Italy. Coldiretti from Treviso says he is ready to give as much support as possible.