Ultimately, we have between three and four options. Similar to seasonal flu, this virus is unlikely to have a significant impact. Isn’t it more likely to take a sabbatical? In the fall, we’ll set up boosters for the elderly, people with chronic illnesses, people with weakened immune systems, and medical professionals, among others. The opposite extreme is a pandemic. It is improbable that there will be a change. Minister Daniels Pavuts is hoping for a compromise in health care.
Further, “We’ll have a plan in place for any future pandemic.”
3,000 Covid-19 patients can be accommodated by the healthcare system. We need to be prepared for anything. There will be a wide variety of immunizations and limitations to choose from in the fall. According to Pavuts, no one knows what the fall will bring.
Employees are taking time off to get ready for the changing seasons, according to hospital board member Grigorijs Semjonovs.
“Get [employees] some rest first,” he urged. Reusing internal algorithms is the second method. Supply outages, price spikes, etc. are more concerning to us than the Covid-19 wave. We’re examining oxygen usage and stocking reserves.
A total of 270 beds are available in Daugavpils hospital for Covid-19.
The chairman of Pauls Stradi clinical university hospital believes the institution is ready for the next virus epidemic.
We’re not going to change anything. Isolation and bed allocations will be implemented if necessary. As Muci put it, “it’s all on Covid-19.”
RAKUS has a contingency plan in place in the event of an outbreak. According to a board member of a hospital, there are 741 available beds.
Additionally, RAKUS has redesigned its oxygen supply infrastructure. Many patients can be oxygenated at once. The process of intensive therapy is very similar to that of regular therapy. If necessary, we have the capacity to add more beds for intense therapy. PLADUSIS: “People are vital,” he concluded.