Health & Fit Werner informs about the spread of the RS virus

06:20  06 december  2022
06:20  06 december  2022 Source:   merkur.de

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in view of the spread of the RS virus, Thuringia Minister Heike Werner on Tuesday (1:00 p.m.) about the supply situation in the country's clinics. Because of the increasing infection with the human respiratory syncytial virus (RS virus) and other infections, especially in children and toddlers, there are capacity bottlenecks in children's clinics in some federal states, the Thuringian State Chancellery said. In Thuringia, the State Medical Association spoke of a critical situation in the healthcare system on Monday.

Heike Werner (Die Linke), Ministerin für Arbeit, Soziales, Gesundheit Frauen und Familie von Thüringen spricht während einer Regierungs-Pressekonferenz. © Martin Schutt/dpa/Archive picture Heike Werner (Die Linke), Minister of Labor, Social Affairs, Health Women and Family of Thuringia speaks during a government press conference.

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