Covid-19: Thailand hospital creates face shields for newborns

Covid-19: Thailand hospital creates face shields for newborns

- A Thailand hospital has created full face masks to protect new babies in the face of Covid-19 pandemic

- In a Facebook post on Thursday, April 2, the hospital said they are after the safety of both mothers and children

- The infirmary also congratulated the new mothers on their latest bundles of joy

In the fight against coronavirus that has hit the world sore, one thing that would perhaps be remembered long after everything is gone will be the capacity to survive people showed.

A Thailand hospital is going the extra mile to take care of newborn babies during this season as they built them protective full face masks.

In a post made online, Paolo Hospital showed babies wrapped in blankets as they wore the protective shields.

The hospital also congratulated the new mothers, adding that they take adequate protective measures to protect babies.

See photos of the babies below:

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One of the photos they shared showed a health official who also had the mask on as she cradled a baby.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that three nurses who were reportedly forced to wear trash nylon because of the scarcity of medical protective gear have caught coronavirus.

In March, the medical officers were photographed wearing the makeshift suits that were made of bright blue bags at Northwick Park Hospital in North West London.

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It was also gathered that the staff at the hospital begged for a protective kit as the facility became swamped with patients.

The group's positive result for the virus came out last week. The same media also said that more than 50% of the workers in a ward have also been infected with the virus.

“We need proper PPE kit now, or nurses and doctors are going to die. It’s as simple as that. We’re treating our own colleagues on the ward after they caught the virus from patients. How can that be right,” one of the nurses had said.

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The nurses also lamented that even the deceased families cannot bid their loved ones farewell.

In other news, Babafemi Ojudu, an aide to President Muhammadu Buhari on political matters, spoke on how people always wish death on their leaders.

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