5 Nov 2021 10:09 pm

Thuringia’s Prime Minister Bodo Ramelow (Die Linke) assumes that it will soon no longer be possible to treat all unvaccinated corona patients in the state’s hospitals. In just a few days there could be no more free intensive care beds in Thuringia.

Thuringia’s Prime Minister Bodo Ramelow (Die Linke) assumes that it will soon no longer be possible to treat all unvaccinated patients in Thuringia’s hospitals. In the next few days, you could find yourself in a situation where there are no longer enough intensive care beds. in the ZDF morning magazine he explained that there is currently a “pandemic of the unvaccinated”:

“We will no longer be able to guarantee anyone who comes to the hospital unvaccinated that they will still be treated in Thuringia at all.”

Nevertheless, everyone in need will receive help. There is just no longer any guarantee that the patients can be cared for in their home country, said Ramelow. In Thuringia, the incidences have been rising sharply for days. The seven-day incidence on Friday was 386.9, according to the Robert Koch Institute. According to the DIVI intensive care register, 83 intensive care beds were still free in the entire state on Friday, 30 of which are held for corona patients. With the exception of the Nordhausen district, all municipalities are at the highest level of the early warning system.

More on the subject – “I then decided on more Äs”: Ramelow on his tweet and Corona situation in Thuringia

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