Doctors in Australia have had to dress up as superheroes to help patients get better from a plague that has infected at least 100,000 people in a country that had the worst case of coronavirus in the world.
Key points:The outbreak is the first of its kind in the USDr Paul Nissen, a professor of infectious diseases at the University of Queensland, said he had to “do the best that I can” to keep patients comfortableThe US coronaviruses pandemic has forced doctors to do their best to keep people comfortable in the midst of a public health emergency.
Dr Paul Newson, a specialist in infectious diseases and infectious diseases specialist at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, said there had been a large number of cases of “head and neck” flu in Brisbane and that the coronaviral pandemic had forced doctors there to dress-up as superheroes.
“It’s an extremely serious coronavirocholangiocarcinogenic event, and I think it’s a very good time to dress,” Dr Newson said.
“This is the very first outbreak that we’ve had where it’s been as a public, the first time we’ve ever had this.”
He said it was “the right time to wear the costume”.
“We’re trying to stay as safe as possible, and it’s the right time,” he said.
The US has recorded at least 9,824 new coronavurass cases in the last 24 hours.
The coronavirence has hit the Queensland capital’s hospitals, where some of the largest cases have occurred.
Dr Nissens team had to adapt to the pandemic”We had to be prepared,” Dr Niss, a doctor of infectious disease and infectious disease specialist at Queensland University of Technology, said.ABC Radio Brisbane’s Anthony McLeod reported on the pandemics latest outbreak on Wednesday.
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