Japan seeks beds for COVID patients

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The appeal by Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare to establish temporary treatment centers on a local basis against declining hospital bed capacity has mobilized municipalities.

According to research by the Kyodo agency, local governments apply various formulas to increase bed capacity in their regions.

According to the research, temporary centers have been established in at least 25 of the 47 states, including the capital Tokyo, to provide accommodation and treatment for Kovid-19 patients.

It was noted that 21 state governments were planning to establish temporary treatment centers, thereby supporting hospitals with reduced bed capacities.

According to the examples given in the research, a sports hall was turned into a temporary hospital in Fukui province, while Kovid-19 patients were treated in hotels in Ehime province.

In Japan, the number of Kovid-19 cases has risen to 1 million 625,000 684, and the number of deaths from the virus has risen to 16,000,721.

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Across the country, 2 thousand 125 people are receiving Kovid-19 treatment in intensive care units.

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