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Rel Covid-19 ka dekati atè Trinidad ek Tobago

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Port-of-Spain, Trinidad ek Tobago : Doktè Maryam Abdool-Richards eti se mapipi dekantjè-mèdsin nan sistenm-gouvelnaj sokodong peyi a plodaye sa eti menm si Trinidad ek Tobago  ka konte an dekati kannan moun ki anba rimèd kore Covid-19 nan se kare-swenyen moun-anba-bidimblo epi nan se kare-swenyen moun-flandje anfwa,  ek dekati rel kannan moun kouche-kalbòy nan kabann-lopital, sa ka fè tro bonnè pou moun ale ladje anlè larel vèy-o-gren. Plodaye eti y te ka plodaye nan an konsit dijital asou Covid-19  epi medja peyi a, Maryam Abdool-Richards konte rel moun-kouche-kalbòy nan kabann-lopital a 53%, se 477 moun eti 383 nan lopital ek 94 nan kawbe-swenyen. "Yè te ni 487 moun-kalbòy, ek jòdi a nou konte 10 pi-ba. Nan 9 jou ki pase, nou te fetaye  a 53 ek 55% nan rel kannan moun kouche-kalbòy nan kabann-lopital. Se prèmie kou nou trape an plato nan rel kannan moun kouche-kalbòy nan kabann-lopital depi 19 Oktòb, se plis pase 106 jou, eti kannan moun ka rive lopital ka antipile. Se depi 42 jou eti nou ka wè dekati lanben taha nan de koko-zie nou ek nou trape an plato 9 jou. Nou la ka espère sa ke bay longsay nan dekati".

Trinidad and Tobago Covid-19Mapipi dekantjè-mèdsin nan sistenm-gouvelnaj sokodong Repiblik Trinidad ek Tobago a konte sa eti se 10 kare-swenyen moun-anba-bidimblo ek kare-swenyen moun-flandje a, eti ka sèvi pou moun kalbòy epi Covid-19, trape 36 moun-kalbòy atjolman-la eti 5 adan yo nan kare-swenyen-aleliwon. "Ankò an kou, nan 42 jou ki pase, nou wè an dekati, nan de koko-zie nou, an dekati pianmpianm men toulong nan dekati asou Kannan moun-kalbòy ki nan kare-swenyen moun-anba-bidimblo ek kare-swenyen moun-flandje anfwa. Mesesedanm, se rel taha ka fè no upran tjè men nou ni pou leve an kalibich fil-pak nan mitan an lonyen-divini tjè-sere epi an woulo avan sonnen wabap. La atjolman, nou ni chous Omicron an ki rive lakay nou,  ek menm si nou se konte an dekati se rel la nan peyi a, ni an ti konpanyi bagay ka tenmbolize nou".

"Dabò-pou-yonn, rel moun nan kabann pran souf ka rete pann anlè. Bonmaten an, 57 asou 80 kabann-vire-pran-souf te ni an moun-kalbòy adan, sa ka fè an rel 73%. Dezienm wap, se lopital gran-kalbòy nou an eti se lopital pou swenyen moun ki kouche-kalbòy pou pa sa tjenbe doubout, kontel kawbe-mèdsin Kouva a, lopital tout-rel-kalbòy Arima a ek lopital Augustus Long la, trape rel 85% nan kabann chaje. Se pou se konprann sa eti moun ki trape Covid-19 la ek ni pou ale kouche nan kabann lopital, ka rive kalbòy pou pa sa tjenbe doubout, sa eti ka voye yo nan kabann-vire-pran-souf, blo ek se pou yo pi wòkòkòy nan pase-bel djeri".

Doktè Maryam Abdool-Richards kouri nouvel eti a-lè-la, 85% moun ki kalbòy epi Covid-19 la nan sistenm sokodong peyi a, pa te pran le 2 pitji a, ek se an trase-rel ki ka bay nan menm djokte a, nan 7 mwa ki fini pase. "Nan de pawol-pale, chak peyi ka goumen san rete pou koubare vlen-senyen-kòch taha ek atè Trinidad ek Tobago, nou tout la ka bat pou trape an gouvelnaj  kòdjòm epi   wach kare-zobray mèdsin nou pou kore vlen-senyen-kòch la."

Se pa anni di sa,  dekantjè-mèdsin nan sistenm-gouvelnaj sokodong Repiblik Trinidad ek Tobago a bay lavwa eti rete an djengèt ek ni kat bagay pou pa jenhen bliye :

  • Tout moun ja sav si yo se gade wè kore Covid-19 la avan yo se towblip kalbòy, nan fè koraj epi an rete-pri-anba-jouk rimèd ek teknik eti kawbe-gouvelnaj Sokodong Oliwon-latè pa ka topye anlè yo, yo ni plis faro pase-bel si yo se rive jik lopital. Ankò an kou, nou ka respekte lèspri zòt anlè sa men ni anchay trase-kòtok ki ka apiye sa eti pi moun vini lopital gran-bonnè, lè yo koumanse trape djing vini-kalbòy la, pi yo pe pase bel ek djeri.
  • Pran-pitji ka bay longsay tankon an bagay san bidim wach-dèhè, vidjò ek fondok pou tizi rel rive lopital oben nan kabann-vire-pran-souf, si moun an trape Covid la.
  • Yo ja apiye sa kòtok eti pran-pitji ka pe tizi djokte rive-trape Covid-19 la, pi wèt nan wèt, ba se fanmi ek konpè nou an eti pe trape dòt vini-kalbòy oben ki pa ni an rel-senyen-sokodong kòdjòm nan dekou taha, kontel tjanmay-piti.
  • Pran-pitji a se an palpa anbrazonnaj.

Nan finaldikont, Doktè Maryam Abdool-Richards gremèsie tout se djoubakè sistenm-gouvelnaj sokodong Trinidad ek Tobago a pou tjè yo trape, djokte yo pou vire doubout pimpe ek djoubak toulong san moli-an-may yo.

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