Turkey observes increasing numbers of active, critical care COVID-19 patients
The number of both active COVID-19 patients and those in critical care have been increasing, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on Sept. 15. Turkey observed 67 deaths and the number of patients receiving critical care rose to 1,327 on the same day.
The numbers of both active COVID-19 patients and those in intensive care are increasing in Turkey, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on Sept. 15, when some 67 people died from the coronavirus.
"Both our active patients and patients in critical care are increasing in numbers," Koca tweeted. "The number of recovered patients can surpass our losses only if we take precautions. We can only beat the virus TOGETHER."
Aktif hasta sayımız da ağır hasta sayımız da artmaya devam ediyor. Kayıplarımız can yakmaya devam ediyor. İyileşenlerimizin sayısı kayıplarımızın sayısını ancak tedbirle geçebilir. Mücadelede GÜÇ BİRLİĞİ yaparsak virüsü yenebiliriz. https://t.co/RVlhe7786O— Dr. Fahrettin Koca (@drfahrettinkoca) September 15, 2020
The number of patients receiving critical care rose to 1,327 on Sept. 15, while some 1,742 new diagnoses were made and 1,202 patients recovered.
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