The Covid-19 ward of the Paphos General Hospital was put into operation yesterday, with the admission of a 65-year-old woman without a history of vaccination and another patient from Limassol, according to the Director of the Hospital Dr. Spyros Georgiou.
In his statements to KYPE, Dr. Georgiou stated that the Covid-19 ward started operating yesterday and is developing 22 Covid-19 beds at the Paphos General Hospital.
Due to the needs that exist today in pan-Cypriot climates for admissions to Hospitals, he noted, “the ward for Covid-19 incidents reopened in Paphos with Dr. in charge of the ward. Adonis Eleftheriou Director of the Pulmonary Clinic of the Paphos General Hospital “.
He noted that the operation of the Covid-19 ward at Paphos General Hospital for the second time is expected to give breath to the health system.
Initially, the Covid-19 ward, he stressed, operates with 22 beds and given the existing epidemiological picture, another 22 beds will be developed for patients with Covid-19, next Tuesday, with a total of 44 beds, he added. The Covid-19 ward of the General Hospital of Paphos is staffed with medical, paramedical, and nursing staff, who give their best for the health of the patients and aim at the best service, he concluded.
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