Intensive-Care Unit Occupancy Rate Is About 94%

By TPN/Lusa, in News, Health · 02-02-2021 20:00:00 · 2 Comments

The government has attributed the surge in infections to a decision to relax restrictions over the Christmas period, blaming the speed at which infections have spread on a new variant first detected in Britain

Portugal now has an occupancy rate of about 94% at its intensive-care units. Earlier, officials said they only had seven vacant beds left in intensive care units set up for COVID-19 cases on its mainland, which has prompted the authorities to send some critical patients to Madeira and the Azores. The government has attributed the surge in infections to a decision to relax restrictions over the Christmas period, blaming the speed at which infections have spread on a new variant first detected in Britain.



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By Dragolin Stacy from Other on 03-02-2021 10:17

It is not the lack of restrictions that is the problem.
Problem is that
a) Too many unnecessary restrictions
b) People do not care to follow the important ones.

By Gustav from Algarve on 02-02-2021 11:01
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