Covid today Rome, Umberto I outbreak Rome: no stop transplants

Covid today Rome, Umberto I outbreak Rome: no stop transplants
Covid today Rome, Umberto I outbreak Rome: no stop transplants

Covid outbreak at the Policlinico Umberto I in Rome, where 9 cases of Sars-CoV-2 infection have been identified in recent days, of which 5 among patients and 4 in health workers in the transplant department. “There was no interruption in the transplant activities”, they reassure today from the hospital. The general management announces that “the timely identification of positive Covid cases, with the immediate transfer to the Covid wards and the isolation of negative patients in a new specially set up ward, allowed the containment of the spread of the infection. patients and health workers concerned are good, while the daily surveillance of all the staff in the ward continues “.

“The transplant activity – reads a note – has never stopped, as also confirmed by the two bipulmonary transplants performed in the last 72 hours. The Policlinico Umberto I continues to be strongly committed to the prevention of Covid infection, both with surveillance measures, both with the vaccination campaign now focused on the third dose for operators and frail patients “.

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