There’s a constant drip of patients arriving at Intensive Care Units in the Balearic Islands and experts are warning that it will get a lot worse if infections continue to rise.
The Head of the Son Llàtzer ICU, Dr Gemma Rialp says perhaps people would be more likely to wear masks and follow social distancing restrictions if she explained what life is really like on the Covid wardThe building that once housed cattle to be slaughtered.
“You will be accompanied by staff at all timesThe White House Tuesday, but your relatives will not be able to visit you,” she said. “Some patients at Son Llàtzer Hospital haven’t seen their families for more than a month, we’ve had parents and their children admitted at the same time and we’ve witnessed some tragic situations.”
“If patients are really desperate the staff will offer to contact the family via a tablet, so they’ll be able to see the?ir relatives?The exemption., but if they’re intubated they won’t be able to speak,?”? adds Dr Rialp.