While the number of people in municipal institutions with coronary heart disease has increased from 633 to 644 from last week, it is not everywhere that infections are increasing.
In Oslo and Viken, there has been a clear trend in the past two weeks towards improving access to staff and reducing the risk of infection increasing the burden on services.
As a result, the number of infections in municipal institutions decreased here, but increased abroad.
Appears in the Norwegian Directorate of Health recently weekly report.
– Capacity of staff in municipalities is generally stable, with the exception that 6 municipalities provide critical reports in several regions. Access to staff is good in 54% and a challenge in 46% of the reporting municipalities.
The capacity of GPs, institutions and home services is seen as unchanged. Child and youth health services are the least challenging.
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When it comes to the number of patients admitted to a 24-hour physical stay, COVID-19 patients represented 3.9 percent (377 of 9,709) of all patients as of Wednesday, February 16. It’s style Weekly report of the National Institute of Public Healthwho believe that the peak infection is expected in the coming weeks.
The absorptive capacity in hospitals in general appears to be good, in summary, the Norwegian Directorate of Health.
The number of COVID-19 patients admitted to the intensive care unit was 15.5 per cent (35 out of 226) on Wednesday, and here too capacity is generally seen as good.
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