The lessons Italy has learned about its COVID-19 outbreak could help the rest of the world

Article Link: https://www.cbc.ca/news/covid-19/italy-covid-19-outbreak-lessons-1.5517520

Discussion posted by: Arye ben-Shaoul

Nature of hospital admissions and testing policy among ‘mistakes’ in country’s coronavirus response… “The biggest mistake we made was to admit patients infected with COVID-19 into hospitals throughout the region,” said Carlo Borghetti, the vice-premier of Lombardy, an economically crucial region with a population of 10 million. “We should have immediately set up separate structures exclusively for people sick with coronavirus. I recommend the rest of the world do this, to not send COVID patients into health-care facilities that are still uninfected.”