Coronavirus in Naples, the last Covid patient discharged from the San Giovanni Bosco hospital

Coronavirus in Naples, the last Covid patient discharged from the San Giovanni Bosco hospital
Coronavirus in Naples, the last Covid patient discharged from the San Giovanni Bosco hospital

In the epidemiological context in progressive and decisive improvement, even the last Covid patient was discharged from St. John Bosco, who will soon be able to return to his normal support activity for the emergency network as a first level Goddess. This is what we read in a note from ASL Napoli 1.

“The San Giovanni Bosco, thanks to the commitment and professionalism of all our staff, was a very important garrison to allow us to withstand the shock wave of the virus in the most difficult moments”, explains the general manager Ciro Verdoliva.

“Now, however, it is right that the garrison is returned to the city in the context of its normal welfare activity,” he adds. A passage that is not only strongly symbolic, because it represents a progressive return to normality, but also practical, because the garrison will be able to return in a short time to providing essential services in a critical area of ​​the city within the emergency-urgency network. Precisely for this reason the ASL Napoli 1 Centro has already planned for the next few days the complete sanitation of the departments and an extraordinary disinfection of all the premises aimed at restoring, as of June 14, 2021, the activity of Dea I level and ” activation of the first aid by 21 June 2021 at the latest.

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