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CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER THANKS NURSES FOR THEIR WORK

 

The chief medical officer thanked the dedicated work of nurses in Hungary on Tuesday, International Nurses Day. “I would like to express thanks to them for their work, as a result of which 12 coronavirus patients could be disconnected from ventilators in St László Hospital and they are in stable condition,” Cecília Müller told a regular daily online press conference.
Citing the latest data, she said that they showed a continued low number of new Covid-19 infections. Müller said that inspections in one-third, or 345, of Hungary’s social and elderly care homes had been completed and revealed the absence of a full-time doctor only in two cases. They found the operation of 273 homes in order, she said. Answering a question, Müller said that a sufficient number of recovered coronavirus patients have volunteered to offer their blood plasma for anti-viral therapies.