The outbreak of Covid cases registered at the Sant’Eugenio hospital in Rome, in the Eur district is under control and the structure is operational. The outbreak would have arisen from an hospitalized patient and then tested positive and not from unvaccinated doctors or health workers. Adnkronos Health learns this from qualified sources. The cluster involved three departments and some patients and operators who, although immunized, tested positive for Covid. The hospital, where an epidemiological investigation is underway, is still operational. THE NOTE – In the Sant’Eugenio hospital in Rome “an outbreak developed following the management of a patient who tested positive, after 2 negative swabs. At present the situation is absolutely under control and the services are all functioning”, he writes in a notes the General Management of the ASL Roma 2 which adds: “The internal audit is being completed which will allow us to have an exhaustive picture of what happened”. “In order to contain the impact deriving from this episode – continues the health company – all the measures envisaged by the internal rules and protocols were immediately adopted to deal with this type of situation, including the involvement of the Public Hygiene Service, as is the case for private structures; these methods are also adopted as a precaution in cases of primary and secondary contacts deriving from the original phenomenon “. ASL Roma 2” reserves the right to initiate legal actions to protect its reputation and lute publishes “after articles that have proposed information deemed” misleading, seriously defamatory for the image of the company and generating an alarmism as unfounded as it is dangerous for the health of citizens “. “Citizens must know that they can use the hospital in total safety. The high vaccination coverage has avoided resorting to hospital treatment since the symptoms were mild”, concludes the statement.
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