It’s one other day at the intensive care ward at the Torrejón de Ardoz College Sanatorium, on the outskirts of the European capital that has up to now seen the worst of the second wave of the pandemic. Peaceable, nicely being facility team count themselves lucky: With out reference to having needed to add nine intensive care beds to the favorite 16, the nicely being facility hasn’t needed to extend therapy for any rather about a patients.
TORREJÓN DE ARDOZ, Spain (AP) — With bustle and backbone, nurses, medical doctors and caretakers transfer interior and exterior of glassed rooms with beds crooked up to tubes, cables and monitors. The cadence of beeps serves as a soundtrack to their workday, underpinned by a fixed chatter of voices at half pitch and the snapping of rubber gloves as they’re eradicated by team ending their shifts.
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