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New standards have been introduced to prevent corona in Saudi hospitals

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New standards have been introduced to prevent corona in Saudi hospitals

سعودی اسپتالوں میں کورونا سے بچاؤ کے لیے نئے معیارات لاگو کر دیئے گئے

Saudi Arabia's public and private hospitals have introduced new standards for dealing with and preventing the corona virus. According to Al-Arabiya, this was announced in a statement by the Central Board of Health Institutions in Saudi Arabia. As part of the implementation of the new standards, the Ministry of Health will inspect hospitals across the country and the process is set to begin this week.
The new standards also include measures on how to treat patients with symptoms of the coronavirus. What are the steps? According to the new guidelines, if a patient has four or more symptoms of Covid-19. She will be given a surgical mask to wear on her face and will be asked to wipe her hands with disinfectant.


Such patients will then be referred to a special waiting area for respiratory patients where appropriate safety precautions will be taken. A form will also be filled in by patients coming to any hospital for kidney cleansing (dialysis). They will also undergo a medical examination to see if they have any symptoms of the coronavirus.
Special teams from the Central Board of Accreditation will make surprise visits to public and private hospitals across Saudi Arabia to ensure compliance with these standards. The agency's director general, Salem al-Wahhabi, told Al Arabiya News: We will not compromise on the implementation of these standards and the review of hospitals in the fight against the coronavirus. Our board has always been successful in adhering to its slogan, "Look at Health Standards.https://www.fresh10news.com/

New standards have been introduced to prevent corona in Saudi hospitals New standards have been introduced to prevent corona in Saudi hospitals Reviewed by asifnews on May 14, 2020 Rating: 5

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