A total of 17 people with symptoms of Covid-19 were treated on the 5th floor of the Limassol General Hospital, while two patients were intubated in the Intensive Care Unit.
according to information from OKYPY, on the 5th floor of the public hospital of Limassol, 17 people are being treated so far with suspicious COVID-19 symptoms.
The ICU, which operates on the first floor of the hospital, is being treated by intubation, one patient with coronavirus and one with suspicious symptoms.
In addition, from seven last night until this morning, seven people were examined at the TAEP of the Limassol General Hospital, five of whom were admitted.
At the Short-Term Chamber, which operates in the psychiatric ward, four citizens were examined, three of whom were deemed necessary to be admitted.
Only by appointment at outpatient clinics
In the rescheduling of the appointments, the first days of the reopening of the outpatient clinics will be spent and the patients will be able to come by appointment, in the middle of the week, the Executive Director of OKYPY Limassol – Paphos, Christos Nikolaou, clarifies to KYPE.
Although there were citizens, mainly elderly people, who in the morning went to the outpatient clinics of the Limassol-Paphos hospitals, Mr Nikolaou stressed that “the instructions we have and follow are as the whole process is done gradually, by appointment”.
Today and tomorrow, he added, the appointments will be rescheduled and from Wednesday, patients will start to come for examination, at specific times that will be determined, so that no safety issues arise.
It is clarified that the specific instructions concern all public hospitals.
Mr Nikolaou, who had contracted the virus in mid-March, returned to his duties a week ago, having fully recovered.