At first there was talk of interruption of services, which instead, according to what the company communicates, are all active. The only positive is a patient.
The story of theSant’Eugenio hospital in Rome, after some newspapers had spread the rumor of a Covid outbreak among vaccinated health workers. At first there was talk of suspension of new hospitalizations, barring the entrance to visitors, evacuation of discharged patients and sanitation of the premises.
All because of the presumed positivity to the molecular swab found in the hospitalization areas of the medical departments (cores DE: BC), Geriatrics and Nephrology. Needless to say, this rumor was promptly hounded by the no vax militants to corroborate their theory of a vaccine that is not at all safe.
To throw water on the fire of the controversy, however, theAsl Roma 2, announcing that “the services of the Sant’Eugenio hospital are all active” and that “an epidemiological investigation is underway to reconstruct the contact tree of a patient who tested positive”. Furthermore, “the usual sanitation of the premises was carried out”, and “at the moment there is no inconvenience for users and the assistance services are carried out regularly”.
This is what theCovid-19 crisis unit of the Lazio Region, according to an Ansa launch. The positive case would therefore concern a patient, and not the hospital staff. It goes without saying that in the voice concerning the outbreak among vaccinated operators there would be true only the recourse to the sanitation of the premises, usually when someone is positive within a health facility.
Nurse Times editorial staff