Estonian crisis medical chief: Scheduled treatment may be reduced notably next week

  • 2020-12-03
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN - Urmas Sule, medical chief at the crisis management headquarters of the Estonian Health Board, said on the ETV politics talk show "Esimene stuudio" ("First Studio") on Wednesday that with the present trend in the spread of the coronavirus, hospitals will need to significantly increase their number of bed places for COVID-19 patients by Dec. 10, resulting in a strong impact on scheduled treatment. Sule said that according to researchers' forecasts, the daily number of new coronavirus infections will grow rapidly over the next couple of week...
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