Mobile Hospital Helps Covid Patients In Hungary

  • 2 Oct 2020 8:49 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Mobile Hospital Helps Covid Patients In Hungary
The mobile container hospital was opened at Kiskunhalas, Bács-Kiskun county, on Thursday morning and Covid-19 positive patients are continuously being transported there from Kiskunhalas Semmelweis Hospital, hirös.hu reports.

Hospital director general Szabolcs Szepesvári told the website that “the building is capable of holding a maximum 150 people: this is where the medical services of the Southern Plain must be concentrated, while the epidemiological hospital remains a back-up building.”


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