One in 10 confirmed coronavirus cases in Lombardy – the northern Italian region at the center of the country’s outbreak – involve medical personnel, according to Paola Stringa, a spokesperson for Lombardy regional government.

Giulio Gallera, the welfare assessor in charge of regional healthcare in Lombardy, told reporters on Saturday that the Lombardy region is evaluating and following the advice of the World Health Organization, and deciding whether to dedicate an entire Hospital to coronavirus patients. 

“It’s important to preserve the well-being of medical personnel, which today represents the 10% of the infected,” Gallera said. 

Source: CNN.News


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