The National Hospital of the Faroe Islands is much better equipped to accept COVID-19 patients now than they were when the virus first broke out mid-March. Hence there is no need to worry.
– We have personal protective equipment, we have the tools, and we have trained staff to handle these particular situations, Steinar Eirikstoft, CEO tells Kringvarp Føroya.
According to the CEO, the hospital has a contingency plan, which can be adjusted according to the number of confirmed cases.
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