There were only two patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) of Shukraraj Tropical and Communicable Diseases Hospital in Teku, Kathmandu, who were suffering from coronavirus infection up until a few days ago. Currently, however, the number has increased to eight people.
For the past week, the number of critically ill patients has been steadily increasing at the hospital. More than one-third of them have not received a vaccination against the flu.
In accordance with hospital administration, 11 infected individuals are currently being treated in isolation facilities. The majority of those infected are experiencing diarrheal symptoms.
According to hospital statistics, the vast majority of those admitted to the hospital are not immunized. “Those who have received vaccinations have also been permitted entry. Many people, on the other hand, choose not to get vaccinated. They have suffered additional health complications as a result of this behavior “Dr. Rawal expressed himself.
According to her, the danger has increased in Nepal as a result of the spread of the Omicron variant of Coronavirus in India. She recommended that the standards of public health be followed and that vaccination be made available to all.