Czech Republic to treat six French COVID-19 patients
PRAGUE The Czech Republic will handle six COVID-19 patients from France at a university hospital in the second major city Brno to help relieve pressure on the French healthcare system, Prime Minister Andrej Babis stated on Sunday.
“France has turned to us with a request for help in hospitalizing its patients, ” Babis said about Twitter.
“Thanks to sufficient capacity we could satisfy them. Six (patients) should be transported to University Hospital Brno, ” he stated. He could not specify via where throughout France they might come.
The Czech Republic, a rustic of 15. 7 thousand, had some, 543 instances of the disease as of Sunday, with single-digit percentage springs up in cases during the past four times and 67 deaths.
Its healthcare system has been less burdened by serious cases than those involving some western European countries following harsh interpersonal distancing actions and edge closures had been introduced first. These have however brought the economy to a close to standstill.
The country got previously shipped medical tools to Italy, Spain plus Slovenia yet has also forbidden private export products of deal with masks.