Had Been Observed, Patient in Karimun Regional Hospital Not Infected by Corona Virus
A patient who had been observed at Regional General Hospital (RSUD) allegedly get infected by Corona Virus. But throat fluid test said it's negative.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - The results of throat fluid lab test of a male patient who had been observed at Regional General Hospital (RSUD) Muhammad Sani in Karimun Regency have come out.
The patient who came from Rangsang Subdistrict, Kepulauan Meranti Regency, Riau Province was declared negative exposed to Corona virus.
Karimun District Health Department received the results of laboratory test on Friday (14/2/2020) afternoon.
With this result, the patient will be moved to a regular treatment room.
Where previously he was treated separately from other patients for about a week.
"Then moved to the usual treatment room," said Rachmadi.
It was previously reported that the patient visited Muhammad Sani Regional Hospital on Friday (7/2/2020).
He came with complaints of fever, cough, flu and shortness of breath.
Because it has a history of travel from Malaysia, medical personnel directly observed.
He is known to have returned from Malaysia on January 30, 2020.
It is feared that patients exposed to Corona virus medical staff then observe patients and provide care that is different and separate from other patients.
While disembarking at Tanjungbalai Karimun International Port, the patient had not yet suffered pain, so the thermoscanner was not detected.
Before the laboratory test results come out, the patient's condition continues to improve.
Beside fever down, he also did not complain of breath shortness again. (ayf)
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