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Urgent construction of a 500-bed field hospital in Hanoi

The 500-bed field hospital for the treatment of severe and critical Covid-19 cases is under construction on 3.5 hectares of land in Yen So ward (Hoang Mai district) by the Hanoi Medical University Hospital.

The construction of the hospital began on July 24 and is scheduled to finish before August 30.

The field hospital will have about 1,000 medical staff, including 272 doctors and 680 nurses, who come from the Hanoi Medical University Hospital and a number of hospitals supported by the Ministry of Health.

The hospital is built according to the standards of ICU treatment, with areas for nutrition, testing and separate treatment to ensure sterility, infection control, and avoid cross-infection.

Workers are working days and nights to complete the hospital. During the time of social distancing in the capital city, all workers must undergo strict temperature checks and medical declarations before entering the construction site.

Hình ảnh gấp rút xây dựng bệnh viện dã chiến 500 giường ở Hà Nội
 

 

Hình ảnh gấp rút xây dựng bệnh viện dã chiến 500 giường ở Hà Nội

The entrance to the field hospital is located at 587 Tam Trinh Street.

Hình ảnh gấp rút xây dựng bệnh viện dã chiến 500 giường ở Hà Nội

Workers have to pass body temperature check before entering the work site.

Hình ảnh gấp rút xây dựng bệnh viện dã chiến 500 giường ở Hà Nội

The foundation of the hospital, divided into separate functional areas.

Hình ảnh gấp rút xây dựng bệnh viện dã chiến 500 giường ở Hà Nội

It is expected that on August 30, the hospital will be put into use.

Hình ảnh gấp rút xây dựng bệnh viện dã chiến 500 giường ở Hà Nội

Many stages have been completed after a week of construction.

Hình ảnh gấp rút xây dựng bệnh viện dã chiến 500 giường ở Hà Nội

Machines and human resources are mobilized to the maximum to build the hospital.

Hình ảnh gấp rút xây dựng bệnh viện dã chiến 500 giường ở Hà Nội

The field hospital is built at the time of social distancing in Hanoi, when many new covid-19 cases of unknown infection sources are reported.

Hình ảnh gấp rút xây dựng bệnh viện dã chiến 500 giường ở Hà Nội

 

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