“Serious defect”? Victoria officials approve the new crown coexistence roadmap of the Australian Government
, China, November, 15, according to the Australian daily, 15, the chief health officer in Vitoria, Australia, criticized the Australian Federation’s “COVID-19 coexistence” roadmap, saying that “there is no clear recovery stage”. There has been no response to the economic disadvantage, the continuing impact of mental health, the backlog of health system and the burden of long-term new crown burden. p>
federal medical funding is stretched
it is reported that Sarton, the chief health officer of Victoria, Australia, and dakit of the gratan Institute wrote in the Australian Medical Journal, “It seems that we can all breathe a sigh of relief and move forward quickly”, but “the health system has seen the continuous impact of life interruption on mental health during 2020 and 2021. Like natural disasters, they will take years to manage, not weeks.” The novel coronavirus pneumonia, which is a major burden on the health system during the recovery phase of COVID-19, is also addressed. The long-term effects of new crown pneumonia on the heart and respiratory function of patients are also addressed.
and davit urged the Commonwealth of Australia government to share the new crown disease, the
article said. At present, due to the ceiling of federal funds, these costs will be borne entirely by the States
they also referred to the appeal of state health ministers that the federal government should increase funding for stretched hospitals.
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local time May 27, 2021, Melbourne, Vitoria, Australia, residents queuing for COVID-19.
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and dart said in the article, “the recovery stage after public health emergencies usually includes solving their economic impact and managing their mental health effects”. “COVID-19’s impact on Australia is very uneven, and it brings worse consequences for people at the greatest disadvantage.”
therefore, they believe that the Australian federal government should plan how the labor force should respond to the new crown, especially considering the people with job burnout and the time required for employees to return to normal work.
when On October 11, local time, the blockade of Sydney, Australia’s largest city, was lifted.
the number of beds in ICU was reduced and the number of beds was insufficient.
Australian Medical Journal An article analyzing the current ICU capacity in Australia was also published. The article found that the number of ICU beds in Australia decreased by 8.2% compared with 2020.
Australia currently has 2183 ICU beds equipped with medical personnel, which are distributed throughout the country There are 194 ICU Wards in the hospital, 195 fewer than that in 2020.
among them, the number of available ICU beds in hospitals in rural and rural areas has decreased most significantly.
the article says that if necessary, Australian hospitals will be able to increase 813 beds in ICU Wards and 2627 ICU beds in hospital cooperative wards, so that the total number of possible ICU beds in the country will reach 5623
however, the article points out that not all potential beds can be equipped with medical staff. Based on the existing personnel level of the hospital, less than half of the potential ICU beds can be used