South Dublin Hospital reports that Kovid-19 has exploded

South Dublin Hospital reports that Kovid-19 has exploded

The corona virus has spread after 22 patients tested positive in a South Dublin hospital, and many officials are waiting for self-isolation test results.

St. Columbus Hospital, La Lynnstown, confirmed to the Irish Times that several patients had been infected with Kovid-19 following the outbreak inside the facility.

The patient in an outbreak ward was initially asymptomatic and later developed symptoms and tested positive for Kovid-19.

St. Columbus’s Hospital is an acute hospital with more than 100 beds in southeastern Dublin and east Wicklow.

“Currently there are 22 patients with Covid-19 erupting inside the hospital,” said a spokesman for the Ireland East Hospital Group.

“A patient in a hospital ward was diagnosed with symptoms and then tested for Kovid-19,” she said.

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