To date, 82 people have been hospitalized with the Buvidka University Hospital in Prague with a covid-19, the hospital said on Twitter on Thursday. At the end of October, about 20 people infected with coronavirus were treated at Bulovka. The number of people hospitalized with covid-19 is also rising in other hospitals in the metropolis.
“To date, a total of 82 patients with covid-19 are hospitalized in our hospital. Of this number, 69 are in standard beds, 13 in the ICU, “ Bulovka posted on Twitter.
Most patients with coronavirus who are hospitalized in Prague 8 she is not vaccinated against the disease. Covid-19 was vaccinated in 35 of 82 hospitalized patients. The same is true for more severe people in the ICU. Of the 13 patients in the ICU, four are vaccinated against the disease. According to the hospital with covid-19, a quarter less people were hospitalized in Bulovka on Monday, November 8. At the end of October, their number was around 20 hospitalized.
Similarly, the number of patients with coronavirus is increasing in the largest Czech hospital at the University Hospital in Motol. On Tuesday, FN Motol registered 88 positive patients, of which 35 were in severe or moderate condition. At the beginning of November, there were about 20 coronavirus patients in Motol in severe or moderate condition. Spokesmen have previously reported an increase in hospitalized patients with covid-19 Thomayer University Hospital Petr Sulek and spokesman University Hospital Vinohrady Tereza Romanová.
According to current data, the hospitals in the Czech Republic are on the website of the Ministry of Health 4440 people with coronavirus, about 700 more than last Wednesday. 15 percent of covid patients are in severe condition. Of the approximately 3,000 standard hospital beds with oxygen in Prague hospitals, 16 percent were available this morning. 12 percent of the 135 beds in the infectious diseases wards were unoccupied.