Practical Covid-19 other distant ‘ flu snacks ‘ in Brazil

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Hospital overload, new sweating cemetery, spread throughout the slums although Covid-19 has not peaked in Brazil.

In Sao Paulo, the largest city and the Covid-19 most heavily impacted Brazil, the epidemic had not reached its peak, but the health system was overloaded. When medical doctor was fighting to save people, President Jair Bolsonaro seemed to be interested only in another sick patient: the economy of Brazil.

Brazil is currently the second largest epidemic in the world after the United States, with over 365,000 infections. But Bolsonaro, who had claimed Covid-19 as “The flu”, was prompting the business to re-open, even though many governors called for a community way to reduce the rate of spread.

Dr. Jacques Sztajnbok in the ICU department, Emilio Ribas Hospital. Photo: CNN.

Dr. Jacques Sztajnbok in the ICU department, Emilio Ribas Hospital. Photo: Cnn.

In the Special Care Department (ICU) at the Emilio Ribas Infectious Institute in Sao Paulo, the rage outbursts when the doctor is asked about the president. “That’s outraged,” said one. “Irresponsible”, another person claimed.

“Covid-19 not flu. It’s the worst we’ve ever faced in my career, “says Dr. Jacques Sztajnbok, the eye is tired. When asked if there was anxiety for his health, he replied “yes” twice.

The reason Sztajnbok worries visible in the ICU faculty is overloading. Covid-19 is killing behind a hospital curtain in silence to suffocation. It is too strange to have global fluctuations and noisy political divisive related to it. But when it comes to a life, the Covid-19 shows the horrible epidemic that caused the epidemic.

The red light flashes the first quiet alarm broken. The Doctor first wears a hairline, constantly squeezing the chest for the patient before the life signaling screen. Patients aged 40, the chances of surviving are always the same today.

Another nurse ran into. In this ICU room, medical staff stopped at the outside room dressed in protective clothing and washing hands, but just stopped for a while before entering. In the outside hallway, a doctor is rushing to wear a jacket. The ICU department is cramped for patients, whose peak epidemic in Sao Paulo is probably after two weeks.

Through the glass door, health workers rush to keep the patient’s head, change the transmission cord, transfer the position. They are trying to squeeze the patient’s sternum to help her survive.

A doctor out, the head is full of sweat, temporarily in the cooler corridor. A rare noise echoes, the sliding glass door opens and closes. In 40 minutes, physicians concentrate on maximum strength and stop when the heartbeat graph remains straight.

Covid-19 has destroyed our lives, but the way it kills is still hidden behind the gates of ICU departments, where only brave medical personnel are seeing the reality and familiarity with it.

Two days before CNN’s correspondent came to the news, the ICu department lost a colleague, Mercia Alves, the 28-year nurse in the profession. Today, they stand at the glass door in another isolated room, inside is a fellow doctor who is lying in bed, neck inlaid endotracheation. Another colleague discovered nCoV’s positive same day. Disease that caused the patient to pour into a tight hospital is now turned to a doctor’s medical attack.

Emilio Ribas Hospital Not enough beds before translating up to the top, employees are dying from viruses. But this is the best equipped place in Sao Paulo, the omens for Brazil next week.

Renata Alves (right), the medical volunteer of the Organization for G10 Favela. Photo: CNN.

Renata Alves (right), the medical volunteer of the Organization for G10 Favela. Photo: Cnn.

Sao Paulo is the largest, richest city in Brazil, where the local governor firmly executed the blockade and forced the people to wear the site. However, the death figure is still up to 6,000 and the number of people infected increases more than 76,000 at the best equipped place, causing people to chills about what is about to happen in Brazil.

Wealthy, not a new health is the bother of President Bolsonaro, who recently started to call the fight against the virus as “war”. But on 14/5, he said, “We must be brave in the face of this virus. The people are dying? Well, yes, and I’m sorry. But there will be more deaths if the economy continues to be ruined because of blockade measures. “

The plague enters every city corner, spreading in slums. Renata Alves, the medical volunteer of the relief organisation of G10 Favela, shakes his head “irresponsible” when asked to comment on nCoV’s comments as “flu” by the President Bolsonaro. She is busy, reeling with the job of keeping the people in the slums alive.

In a room filled with sewing machines, Women are taught how to sew the page from any material that is obtained. Elsewhere, one is preparing 10,000 meals moving to places where food cannot be purchased due to a blockade order.

Alves is present in one of the most heavily affected areas of the city on the outskirts of Paraisopolis. Narrow paths with zigzag alleys explain why Covid-19 spreads quickly here.

Alves realized she only saw half a picture of the risk of appearing 100,000 patients. Only someone who appears three or more symptoms, she is allowed to test nCoV for them. Even this type of test has to rely on a unnamed philanthrorehouse. Many of the shifts were not detected.

“Most of the tests conducted when the patient was in the development stage,” she just spoke towards Sabrina’s house, a man who was lying in a isolation at the tiny house with three children. Doctors use a wooden stick to override Sabrina, check the throat with a flashlight, greet the children who are ignoring her, before proceeding.

“We met a lot of difficult shifts. A CA is a obese woman who needs 8 new people to get an ambulance. Having CA is a man suffering from Alzheimer’s, we have to ask family comments to take him out of the house, “Alves said. “The woman survived. The man died. “

Living at the top of the road cramped junk car is Maria Rosa da Silva. The 53-year-old woman thinks she is infected with a virus while going to the market, despite wearing a costume and gloves. So she was “isolated” on the third floor room. Social spacing here seems to only be able to perform vertically.

“People like me are in the risk group dying,” she said. “Yesterday, to the pharmacy also died. Many people are losing the net because someone careless. If that is for the sake of society, we must be isolated “.

New graves rise at the Vila Formosa Cemetery. Photo: CNN.

New graves rise at the Vila Formosa Cemetery. Photo: Cnn.

In these poor and dangerous streets, social responsibility has promoted a center of isolation to grow in a deserted school. The government has delivered the building to a private funding fund, dozens of patients are being treated inside. Surveillance security Camera Installation Center, is ready to receive more patients.

However, the sign of what is imminent causes people to be insecurity. On the hills above Sao Paulo, the cemetery of Vila Formosa is flooded with the funeral of new and endless interconnected tombs. It seems that every 10 minutes has a ghost.

New epidemic began in Brazil, after sweeps around the world for at least two months ago. There are things that cannot be changed around the world about the horror of the epidemic, leading to mixed opinions in the Brazilian government.

Tragedy elsewhere is sending a warning signal around the planet as the world records more than 5.4 million people are infected and 345,000 people die. More than 22,000 deaths and 365,000 infections in Brazil were terrible, but it could not reflect all the ongoing tragedy. The thing happening in Brazil can even get worse.

Hong Hanh (According to Cnn)

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