According to the BNTSZ, in Budapest and already in 12 counties, several health authorities have ordered a total or partial visit ban due to the influenza pandemic. Entry to Bethesda Children's Hospital is also prohibited.
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Typically, patients should not be visited in obstetrics, midwifery, neonatal wards, and intensive care units.
In the capital, anesthesia and intensive care units, as well as maternity ward, were ordered to be banned from the headquarters of the Hungarian Army Health Center and on the Podmaniczky Street site. Visiting bans were ordered in the birth, neonatal, neonatal and pathological neonatal intensive sections of St. John's Church and the North Buda United Churches.
In St. Francis' Court, the entire institution is subject to a visit ban. It is not possible to visit patients at Bethesda Children's Hospital II. and III. in the Department of Pediatrics, the United St Stephen and St. Louis Hospital, Department of Hematology and Stem Cell Transplantation, and the Department of Transplantation and Surgery, Semmelweis University.
In the county of Pest, the visitation ban is extended to the whole institution and to the Jvvorszky Court in Vác. In Cegléd, there is an intensive care unit at the Ferenc Toldy Hospital for obstetrics, infant and pediatric intensive care, central anesthetic intensive care, and cardiology. In Kistarcs, in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, PIC II, Center of Intensive Care, Neurology, Cardiology, Cardiology in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ferenc County.
In Baranya County, a visit ban has been introduced in the Intensive Care and Childbirth departments of the Mohács Church, and moreover in the Clinic Center of the University of Pécs, several departments and departments are prohibited.
In the county of Borsod-Abaya-Zemplin, the Miskolc County Hospital for Early Childbirth, Birth and Gynecology, and the Velkey Child Care Center. It is also forbidden to visit the birth and maternity department of the Semmelweis Hospital in Miskolc.
In Fejér County, all health authorities are still subject to a complete ban on visiting.
In Hajdъ-Bihar county, in Debrecen, the Kenyazy Gyula Hospital also has a complete ban on visiting.
Violent megyйben Hatvan Albert Schweitzer Kуrhбz Rendelхintйzet-ordered ban lбtogatбsi йs rйszlegйn all osztбlyбn in csьtцrtцktхl and Eger Ferenc Markhot kуrhбz csecsemх-, gyermekgyуgyбszati йs neonatolуgiai osztбlyбn the szьlйszet-nхgyуgyбszati the kцzponti aneszteziolуgiai йs intenzнv betegellбtу osztбlyon lбtogatбs is prohibited.
In the County of Komárno-Esztergom, the Department of Sturgeon of Tatabánya has ordered a visit ban in all wards of inpatient care, as well as the Lion's Specialist and Nursing Board.
In Nograd County, at Balassagyarmat, visiting Dr. Kenessey Hospital, Children's Department, Birth and Midwifery Department is prohibited. On Tuesday, the visiting ban was extended to all classes and divisions at St. Lazarus County Hospital in Salguttarjn.
In the county of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg, the András hospital of Nyersegyháza has a maternity ward, ward, pulmonology department, anesthesiology and intensive care unit.
In Vas County, the infant and pediatric ward of Markusovszky Hospital in Szombathely was banned from visiting.
Veszprйm megyйben Zirc Erzsйbet kуrhбzban the lбtogatбs and veszprйmi Francis Csolnoky Kуrhбz szьlйszet-nхgyуgyбszai osztбlyбn, gyermekgyуgyбszati the center of kцzponti intenzнv osztбlyon йs lбtogatбsi lйp йletbe the center belgyуgyбszati ban februбr 22 tхl prohibited krуnikus belgyуgyбszati osztбlyon.
According to a weekly report released Wednesday by the National Center for Epidemiology, the number of referrals to a doctor for influenza complaints continued to increase at week 6. Between February 8th and 14th, according to reports from attending physicians, it was estimated that 43,700 patients in the country turned to doctors by 38 percent over the previous week.
At one week 6, more than one influenza patient was registered in all public policy areas than in the previous week, and the proportion of pediatric referrals increased further (44.3 percent). 32% of the patients were young adults aged 15-34, 17.4% of the patients were 35-59 years old, and 6% of the patients were over 60 years old.
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