Da Nang’s Hoa Vang field hospital ready to treat COVID-19 patients

Update: 22:17 | 01/08/2020
The field hospital at Hoa Vang district’s medical center is ready to serve COVID-19 infected patients from August 1 morning to share difficulties with the Da Nang Hospital which is being overloaded in the disease check-ups and treatment.
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Disinfecting all vehicles entering the field hospital. (Photo: VNA)

The establishment of this field hospital followed the July 31 decision of Da Nang city’s Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control. During the preparation process, the field hospital has received great support from the Hoa Vang medical center’s staff as well as local agencies, organizations and individual donors.

The 200-bed hospital is used for quarantining and treating COVID-19 patients, especially those with severe symptoms and complicated underlying diseases.

Previously, the municipal People’s Committee decided to establish a 1,000-bed field hospital in Tien Son Sports Centre.

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(Source: VNA)