January 29, 2022

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Corona Virus: Soldiers returned to Hungarian hospitals to help patients and paramedics

Members of the Hungarian army returned to hospitals in Hungary on Monday to help medical staff with logistical tasks in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic that do not require professional qualifications.

This was announced by the Hungarian Ministry of Defense on its website honvedelem.hu.

A total of 83 members of the armed forces were admitted to 23 hospitals. As part of the spring pandemic, 1,100 soldiers served in 93 medical facilities in Hungarian hospitals.

The Ministry of Defense stated that they participated in logistical activities, measured the body temperature of incoming patients, provided them with information and escorted them, but they also eased the burden on the medical staff in the areas of administration and transportation.

Preparing for the fourth wave of the pandemic

According to news server naphire.hu, this is likely a preparation for the fourth wave of the pandemic in Hungary.

In the past three days, there have been 648 cases of coronavirus in Hungary, and nine patients have died of COVID-19. There are currently 5,328 infected people in the country. Hospitals treat 194 patients infected with the virus, 23 of whom are connected to artificial lung ventilation.

The number of infected people since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has risen to 81,688 and the number of victims to 30,070. More than 5.8 million people have been vaccinated with the Covid virus in Hungary, and more than 5.5 million of them have already received two pandemic doses. Serum. Three doses were given to 404,000 people.

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