Doctors’ statements regarding the transfer of the corona-infected person’s body
Dr. Ehab Al-Taher, Secretary General, stated Doctors Syndicate– that “The virus does not walk and does not leave the graveAs long as proper health and preventive measures have been taken during the processing of the deceased virus, there will be no risk from the virus when the deceased is buried. The correct personal protective gear must be worn during the deceased’s washing process, and it should be wrapped with a special plastic cover. He pointed out the necessity of having a small number of participants in the burial process while wearing personal condoms, then disposing of them in a safe way, and washing hands well. Thus, there will be no danger to the surrounding community.
The Secretary-General of the Medical Syndicate added that what happened while the doctor was buried is a victim Sk In the village of Shubra El-Bahou, it is a very bad message and denial of the current role of doctors, leaders of the ranks in the fight against Covid-19, indicating that this is not new to Egyptian society, as long as the rights of doctors have been underestimated, and not protecting them in their workplaces, attacking them in their homes and expelling them, and that crisis It got worse, despite the exceptional doctors ’role.
The necessity of correcting misconceptions about Corona infection among Egyptians
In view of that shock of the intransigence of the physician’s burial, the General Secretary of the Physicians Syndicate noted the need to organize sound awareness campaigns on various media outlets, to stop these negative messages, which will affect the whole society, especially the ranks of doctors who fight death daily. For his part, he wondered why the Cabinet had not yet responded with the necessity of treating Corona victims from the medical staff as martyrs.
In a connected context announced Minister Health Hala Zayed in her latest statements on the developments of Corona in terms of injury and death numbers, where 145 new positive cases were registered, all of them Egyptians, and 11 deaths, according to the monitoring procedures followed in the country. The number of cases whose results have turned from positive to negative has reached 542, including 426 recovered from Covid-19.