Fewer Covid inpatients, but more patients in intensive care

in News · 25-11-2020 17:30:00 · 3 Comments

There are currently fewer Covid inpatients in Portugal’s hospitals, but more patients in intensive care because of the virus.

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Portugal, 274,011 people have tested positive for coronavirus and 4,127 died. In the last 24 hours, 5,290 new cases of Covid-19 and 71 related deaths were recorded.



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Comments:

I don't mind the short reuters-style articles. Long ones are obviously preferred. I find the news here appropriately neutral. On another news website, the Portugal Resident, you would get a longer article, including quotes of nonsense from covid deniers and info on where the latest anti-mask protests are currently being held (including the exact time and intersection). I prefer this news site, and appreciate its lack of an agenda.

By Dom from Lisbon on 29-11-2020 01:45

I tend to agree with Jude. Most of the articles lack substance and the aim seems to be to fill the News page with these almost one-liners.
The emphasis has clearly shifted to property and tourism marketing. I read this publication less now and turn to other sources for information.

By Annie from Algarve on 26-11-2020 09:46

This is not an “article”. It’s just a “stub”. Why didn’t you add some analysis, interview doctors and other medical experts to suggest WHY percentages in ICU are increasing? There is a big streak of laziness running right through this publication.

By Jude Irwin from Beiras on 26-11-2020 07:40
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