TALLINN - The capacity of Estonian hospitals to provide intensive care has not been exhausted, but the workload of hospitals is due to start growing a week or a week-and-a-half from the present, medical chief at the Estonian Health Board's crisis management headquarters Arkadi Popov said on Monday.
"We are gearing up for battle," Popov told reporters. "Time will show when it will start."
He observed that the trend in the hospitalization of patients has been an upward one all the time. He also emphasized that the intensive c...
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