European Hospitals Hit Hard by Coronavirus Fear a Resurgence

Gordon B. Johnson

ROME—As force on Europe’s hospitals eases with the variety of coronavirus patients in intense-treatment units lowering, poorly strike nations this sort of as Italy now encounter selections about what to do with the added wards they scrambled to build. Most nations want to keep them, fearing a second wave of […]

ROME—As force on Europe’s hospitals eases with the variety of coronavirus patients in intense-treatment units lowering, poorly strike nations this sort of as Italy now encounter selections about what to do with the added wards they scrambled to build.

Most nations want to keep them, fearing a second wave of bacterial infections.

The Papa Giovanni XXIII Medical center…

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