TALLINN – In connection with the declared healthcare emergency situation, the North Estonia Medical Center is limiting planned treatment because, as a higher stage hospital, it must prepare for the increasing spread of coronavirus.
The hospital must ensure readiness to receive coronavirus-infected patients and those in need of intensive care from across Estonia. At the proposal of the Health Board, Minister of Social Affairs Tanel Kiik declared the current situation a healthcare emergency and raised the preparedness level of the healthcare system to 2.
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