According to the region, the situation in Central Bohemian hospitals has stabilized so far. There are 360 patients with covid-19 in medical facilities, a week less than two. There was a slight increase in patients in intensive care units. Hospitals are coping with the deteriorating pandemic situation with the help of the army, according to today’s meeting of the steering group of the regional crisis staff. The spokesman of the governor’s office, David Šíma, informed ČTK about this.
According to the region, the number of patients in intensive care units increased slightly. There are currently 65 of them and 24 of them for artificial lung ventilation. About 70 percent of serious patients are not vaccinated. Free capacity in intensive care units remains at 47.5 percent, there are 112 beds available in the region. “I ask everyone who is still being vaccinated to have it. No one wants hospitals to face a worse situation than they do now. ” introduced by President Petra Pecková (STAN).