Coronavirus, Healthcare Professionals

Coronavirus, Healthcare Professionals

'I am just unlucky,' says anaesthesiologist, S'pore's first known healthcare worker to be infected with coronavirus

'I am just unlucky,' says anaesthesiologist, S'pore's first known healthcare worker to be infected with coronavirus

14.2.2020

'I am just unlucky,' says anaesthesiologist, S'pore's first known healthcare worker to be infected with coronavirus

SINGAPORE - The day before he had a fever, the general anaesthesiologist was working in an operating theatre and was feeling perfectly well.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

SINGAPORE - The day before he had a fever, the general anaesthesiologist was working in an operating theatre and was feeling perfectly well. So it came as a shock when the doctor was told a few days later that he had been diagnosed with the coronavirus disease, Covid-19. Please subscribe or log in to continue reading the full article. Learn more about ST PREMIUM. Enjoy unlimited access to ST's best work Subscribe Now Read more: The Straits Times

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PM Lee pens Valentine's Day note to healthcare workers at front line of coronavirusSINGAPORE - In a Valentine's Day note, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong thanked all doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers for looking after their patients every day, especially during the coronavirus outbreak.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

COVID-19: Healthcare workers get help in seeking refunds for cancelled holiday plansSINGAPORE — Healthcare workers in public hospitals who have had to freeze their annual leaves due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak will be able to get refunds for their cancelled holiday plans.

Coronavirus: Bug could infect two-thirds of globe, research showsGENEVA (BLOOMBERG) - As the number of coronavirus cases jumps dramatically in China, a top infectious-disease scientist warns that things could get far worse: Two-thirds of the world's population could catch it.. Read more at straitstimes.com. 2/3rd thats bogus. thats 4.7 billion ppl. with noisy limited data making tall claims. read dubious intentions. and seems intentional to add to hysteria. Interesting to see if any countries or even their own gov in UK would pay heed to such analysis for future prep.

Coronavirus: Government to foot bills of infected patients at public hospitals, except outpatient expensesThe Government is paying for hospital bills incurred by coronavirus patients in public hospitals, but this coverage does not extend to outpatient treatment, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said. . Read more at straitstimes.com.

Coronavirus: Public healthcare institutions to help staff get refunds for cancelled travel arrangementsSINGAPORE - Public healthcare institutions will be helping their employees get refunds for travel and holiday arrangements they had to forgo as a result of the evolving coronavirus situation,. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Improving S'pore healthcare system’s response to Covid-19The novel coronavirus, newly termed as Covid-19, has affected many aspects of both private and public healthcare systems in Singapore.



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