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Bali Hospital In Klungkung Records Zero Covid-19 Patients

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Officials of the Klungkung Public Hospital have announced that the hospital has received zero Covid-19 patients in the last several days.

The Director of the Klungkung Public Hospital, Dr Nyoman Kesuma confirmed that the hospital hasn’t received any Covid-19 patients in the last 5 days. “We haven’t received any Covid-19 patients from both our own region or referrals from other regions between Saturday (6/11) to Thursday (11/11). And our last patient was a senior citizen who had yet to receive a Covid-19 vaccine.” Dr. Kesuma said on Thursday.

However, Kesuma explained that he will stay alert, to anticipate a potential increase in Covid-19 transmission, especially during the upcoming holiday season. “To brace for a potential increase we have prepared medicine, protective equipment as well as the medical staff to prepare for the upcoming holiday season that starts in December.” Dr. Kesuma added.

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Kesuma also said that Klungkung Hospital has provided a new clinic for Covid-19 outpatient services, and provided a separate medical team that will only treat Covid-19 patients. “We have prepared a total of 100 nurses and midwives for Covid-19 patients, and 200 medical staff for regular patients in our medical facility at the moment.” Dr. Kesuma concluded.

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Randy

Sunday 14th of November 2021

Science works!!Vaccines work for the general population. Bali does not have a winter season either that would put people mostly indoors. Wearing a mask helps to reduce aerosol transmission in any season or in any environment (vaccinated or unvaccinated).

Wayan Bo

Sunday 14th of November 2021

Hopefully soon similar situation in the entire world.