Executives from 4 Beijing hospitals summoned for inadequate COVID-19 prevention work
Source:Global Times Published: 2020/6/20 11:48:29
Executives at four hospitals in Beijing were summoned by the local authorities for inadequate COVID-19 prevention work on Thursday, the same day a nurse at another Beijing hospital was confirmed for infection.
According to a notice published online by the Beijing Health Commission on Saturday, the executives from four hospitals, including the Beijing Shijitan Hospital in Haidian district and the China-Japan Friendship Hospital in Chaoyang district, and related officials in charge of four districts, including Daxing and Pinggu districts, were summoned to discuss problems in prevention works.
The notice did not mention specific problems at the medical institutions, but told other hospitals to focus on epidemic prevention work amid the outbreak of COVID-19 cases at hospitals.
A nurse who works in the emergency department of Peking University International Hospital in Changping district was reported to have been infected. Soon afterwards, the hospital was sealed off, a regular press conference on Beijing epidemic prevention works revealed on Friday.
After new case of medic infection, some Beijing hospitals, including Peking Union Medical College Hospital (PUMCH), has provided nucleic acid tests to all medical workers, Health Times reported in Beijing.
An employee of the PUMCH told the Health Times that all tests were completed within two days and results are all negative.
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