Coronavirus. A child in quarantine? The parent can take them to the doctor

As the Ministry of Health informed on Tuesday, the quarantine was imposed on 681.4 thousand. people. In turn, 19 thousand. people are in isolation because of COVID-19.

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Coronavirus. Parents can quarantine the child to the doctor

According to Rzeczpospolita, many parents are convinced that a child in quarantine cannot be brought to the clinic to see a doctor, and that such children only have to visit a home visit. It turns out, however, that clinics are not able to send all patients’ doctors home, so they are open to children’s quarantine visits at the clinic.

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In an interview with Rzeczpospolita, the spokesman of the Chief Sanitary Inspector, Szymon Cienki, explains that pursuant to § 4 para. 4 of the regulation of 6 May 2021 on the establishment of certain restrictions, orders and bans in connection with the occurrence of an epidemic, the ban on leaving the quarantine or isolation at home is suspended for a physical examination by a doctor or medical assistant and for the duration of going to the place collection of biological material for laboratory diagnosis for coronavirus.

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Before coming with a child in quarantine to the clinic, however, it is worth informing the medical staff who will be properly prepared to receive a potentially infected person. Special office hours are also introduced for such people.

More and more hospitalizations among children with COVID-19

The increase in the incidence of children is also visible in the number of places for the youngest patients in hospital wards. In the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, 35 beds are intended for such patients, according to the data of A year ago it was only 11 beds, and a month earlier – 7 beds were enough.

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In turn, in Poznań alone, 76 beds have been allocated for children. A year ago, it was 46 places – reports the Wielkopolska Voivodship Office. The situation is similar in Mazovia, and in the Lubelskie Voivodeship there are 59 beds for children infected or suspected of being infected with SARS-CoV-2. A month ago, there were 34 of them, and a year ago – a dozen. In turn, the Specialist Hospital of Stefan Żeromski in Krakow has 30 beds for the youngest patients.

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