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Australia In Madrid, patients lying on the floor in hospitals saturated because of the epidemic

21:10  24 march  2020
21:10  24 march  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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Patients are seen sprawled on a tile floor , with some appearing to be hooked up to oxygen tanks or attached to IV drips. Some of them can be heard coughing and spluttering as they lie on towels and coats awaiting beds in the emergency department of the Infanta Leonor Hospital in Madrid on Friday

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People sleeping in the corridors, patients seated in chairs with their oxygen cylinder, stretchers in shambles ... These images filmed in recent days in hospitals in Madrid and its outskirts testify to the saturation of certain hospitals in Spain. The country has been hit hard by the Covid-19 epidemic, which has left more than 2,000 people dead.

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At the Infanta Leonor hospital located in Madrid, a video posted on social networks shows in particular a corridor where several patients must sleep on the floor, with a sheet for only comfort. A "punctual" situation caused by a "large influx of patients on the night of March 20," said the Ministry of Health.

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Chilling scenes have emerged from hospitals in Madrid , Spain, that have been overrun by coronavirus patients – showing some sprawled out over the floor . The Severo Ochoa de Leganes Hospital has been particularly hard hit by the onslaught and collapsed under the pressure on Thursday, according

People can be seen lying in the hospital corridor (Picture: Newsflash). Some of them were wired up to oxygen (Picture Severo Ochoa de Leganes Hospital confirmed that they are ‘are not admitting more patients ’ as they are at He continued: ‘This morning I saw a person on the floor between two seats.

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However, a similar scene showing emergency services overwhelmed by patients was filmed at Severo Ochoade hospital in Leganés, a city located in the outskirts from Madrid. The capital region alone accounts for 55% of hospitalizations in Spain , and the vast majority of intensive care beds are occupied by people infected with the new coronavirus .

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To fight against saturation, the authorities requisitioned a hall in the Ifema exhibition center in Madrid, to make it a field hospital . The goal is to eventually accommodate up to 5,500 patients. Discover the images in our video above.

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