Cant be certain how long social distancing practices and quarantine measures will continue as Doctors and nurses continue to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
how about all the previous unrelated to COVID-19 medical emergencies ?
Most Commonly occurring emergencies like Fever, infections, Allergies, Urinary tract infections still prevail in the community. Parco Healthcare is also equipped with diagnostic techniques in Laboratory and X-ray .
Rest assured that our medical center attends to many urgent cases including the Shahaniya branch
As a precautionary measure Consistent Cleaning and Sterilization (Fumigation) takes place in all branches
As a precautionary measure we have installed Glass partitioning at the reception and where ever deemed necessary. To curb the spread between the front line staff.
Social Distancing stickers on waiting areas and seats with support staff to make sure to attend to your personally. They coordinate the patient flow during peak hours.
We also give you the option to wait your turn in your own vehicle if that makes you comfortable.
Our Specialist doctor under the instructions and directions of the ministry of public health in Qatar are working hard towards flattening this COVID-19 curve that we must fight against together as ONE.
What is “flattening the curve” and how does social distancing help?
“Flattening the curve” is an expression used to explain how slowing the exponential growth in a disease’s spread can allow a country’s health system to better cope with the surge in cases so that it isn’t overwhelmed.
While the novel coronavirus pandemic might eventually infect a majority of people in the United States, the speed at which the outbreak spreads makes a huge difference in health outcomes. What epidemiologists fear is that the U.S. health system would become overwhelmed by a sudden surge that requires more people to be hospitalized than can be handled, both from a personnel and equipment standpoint. In a scenario of uncontrolled growth, more people would die simply because there might not be enough doctors, nurses, hospital beds or ventilators for people who need them.
“If you look at the curves of outbreaks, they go big peaks, and then come down. What we need to do is flatten that down,” said Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Flattening the curve means that the social distancing measures being deployed in places like Italy and South Korea and now in the United States aren’t so much about preventing illness but rather slowing down the rate at which people get sick, according to Vox.
Without any measures to slow it down, COVID-19 will spread exponentially for months. An interactive simulation by the Washington Post shows how the spread can be slowed by use of “social distancing,” avoiding public spaces and large group gatherings that can increase the rapid spread of COVID-19.
Janet Moore contributed to this report. This article also includes information from the Washington Post and Associated Press.