ARLON, BELGIUM – NOVEMBER 17: The images show the daily work of doctors and nurses inside the Vivalia Clinique Saint-Joseph hospital in Arlon. In order to meet the growing needs in terms of reception capacity, Vivalia hospitals have moved to phase 2B (Surge Capacity COVID-19) with 58 beds in intensive care units. Vivalia brings together all care in: 6 hospital sites, 1 polyclinic, 4 nursing homes and 1 nursing homes. The Vivalia intercommunal health center has 1,190 beds, employs more than 3,900 people and relies on around 400 medical specialists. Belgium is now facing a second wave of covid-19 like most European countries. A second containment is currently underway to reduce the pandemic. Photographed on November 17, 2020 in Arlon, Belgium, 11/17/2020 (Photo by Vincent Kalut / Photonews
What is the situation of Covid patients in hospitals in the province of Luxembourg?
The situation regarding Covid patients in Vivalia hospitals is stable. “On Thursday, we had 13 patients in intensive care and 55 in conventional units, notes Yves Bernard. Numbers…