The General Hospital of Paphos no longer treats cases with COVID-19, and all the beds in the specialties assigned to him have been assigned to the hospital, according to the Spokesperson of the State Health Services Organization (OKYPY) Charalambos Charilaou.
In his statements to KYPE, Mr. Charilaou stated that a gradual reduction has begun regarding patients who are treated in the Intensive Care Unit, noting that the next few days will be better. As far as the General Hospital of Paphos and the General Hospital of Larnaca are concerned, both hospitals do not treat cases with COVID-19 and all the beds have been assigned to their respective specialties.
He also added that the reduction has gradually started in other hospitals, such as the Limassol General Hospital where a special ward has been given back to Pathology. The same thing has happened with the operating room at the General Hospital of Nicosia, and in addition it has started its partial reopening of the General Hospital of Famagusta.
Mr. Charilaou noted that the epidemiological picture of our country is characterized as very good at the moment, noting that there is certainly the fear of mutations but what, as he said, all we have to realize is that any mutation that is known today can be treated with vaccination.
It is for this reason, he continued, that we call on the citizens to continue the vaccinations without interruption in order to reach a level that will allow us to enter normalcy and withdraw the risk of any resurgence of positive incidents in the community.
In relation to the vaccinations, the Spokesperson of OKYPY stated that they are proceeding normally, noting that in addition to the targeted actions taken by the State Health Services Organization to vaccinate their staff, many of them have also been contacted through the vaccination platform. where they were vaccinated.
“We are very close to achieving our goal,” Mr Charilaou concluded.
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