Infectious hospitals such as doctors Delivery of medicine outside the building Wakayama Yuasa-cho February 17 at 12:16
At a general hospital in Yuasa-cho, Wakayama Prefecture, where doctors and inpatients have been infected with the new coronavirus and have stopped outpatient consultations, a building will be constructed from the 17th to prevent the spread of infection to patients who come to receive drugs. We have set up a dedicated contact outside of the office to respond.
At Saiseikai Arita Hospital in Yuasa-cho, Wakayama Prefecture, it was confirmed that a total of five people, two surgeons and two inpatients, and one doctor's wife, were infected with the new coronavirus.
At the hospital, outpatient consultations have been suspended, but a dedicated window has been set up near the entrance of the building from the 17th to prevent the spread of infection to patients who have received the medicine. Many people came to the window to receive medicines in the morning, and the person in charge responded by listening to the situation from each person.
A 71-year-old woman came and said, "I came to get a medicine for blood pressure.
A 65-year-old man said, "I have a bad stomach and came to get medicine. I am grateful to be able to receive medicine outside."
This window is open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays and from 8:30 am to noon on Saturdays.