Here are the Philippine hospitals which will no longer accept patients with Coronavirus Disease 2019.
PHILIPPINE HOSPITALS – These hospitals in the Philippine have already announced of not accepting COVID-19 patients anymore amid crisis.
In this dire time of Coronavirus Disease 2019 or also called as COVID-19, we can undeniably expect for some of our medical establishments to reach their full capacity because of the fast growing numbers of confirmed cases in the country.
As of this writing, we already have 552 cases in the country and is expected to grow in the coming months. And these three hospitals in the Philippines, unfortunately, announced of not accepting any patients anymore who have the novel coronavirus.
Check out the hospitals below and read their official statement:
Makati Medical Center
They have accordingly reached their full capacity in terms of bed, workforce availability, and supply of vital infection prevention equipment.
St. Luke’s Medical Center
The SLMC – Quezon City and Global City announced that both of the hospitals have already exceeded their capacity, thus, coronavirus patients for confinement will no longer be accepted. They are now attending to 48 confirmed cases, 139 who under investigation, and 592 of their frontline workers underquarantine.
The Medical City
Also, this medical institution have exceeded their capacity. They are now handling 64 PUIs and 18 coronavirus-stricken patients.
And here are some comments of the saddened netizens about this news:
This is a very sad news the country has never experienced before. I hope the government and local municipalities can do something about it.
Patay na. Kung tutuusin mababa pa ang bilang ng confirmed covid dito sa ngayon, pano pa pag lumobo pa sa mga susunod na araw.
Ngayon pa lang suko na ang mga ospital, sana lang talaga, walang sumabay na iba pang kalamidad.
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