Con: 75 employees removed from clinic in Belgrade, 46 coronavirus positive

Belgrade-75 people have been removed from work at the People’s Front Gynecological Obstetric Clinic in Belgrade due to coronaviruses, 46 of which are positive for this virus, epidemiologist Predrag Kon said today, Anadolu Agency (AA) reports.

“A total of 46 are positive, plus those who have not been tested but are not at work due to precautionary and isolation needs. All of the positive have been in contact with 150 people who are completely healthy, supervised and operated using full protective medical equipment “said Kon at a news conference.

He also said that all employees are measured by the temperature when they come to work.

“Visits are forbidden, employees leave for work after the onset of symptoms of infection, with the obligation to test. Triage of all patients on admission is performed, in any case, patients’ suspicions are referred to KBC Dragisa Misovic. , temperature is measured contactlessly for all patients and babies multiple times a day, “he said.

Talking about Cuprija, the epidemiologist said four doctors and four medical technicians are coronavirus positive, and that there are seven doctors and three technicians in home isolation.

Con also said that it was clear that the “steep climb” was moving and that “a wave was coming that will not pass us.”

“We are in a serious situation, with 800 hospitalized already exceeding capacity, had we not had well-prepared improvised hospitals would be in even greater difficulty,” he said.

Kon also said testing was becoming the biggest problem and he was unclear why there was a “deadlock”.

“Obviously, there is some reason, at least not clear enough to me, why there is a standstill. This is something that must be resolved, first of all, because the inflow is increasing,” he said.

According to the latest data, in the last 24 hours, eight more people have died from coronaviruses in Serbia, while another 305 have fallen ill, which means that a total of 1,476 patients have been registered in the country so far, while 39 have died.

According to the new measures, it is forbidden to move from Saturday at 1 pm until Monday at 5 am. Seniors can go to the store on Saturdays from four to seven in the morning, and pets can walk on Saturdays from 11pm to 1am, as well as on Sundays from 8am to 10am.

Other days, the ban on movement is from 5pm to 5am.


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