Keelung took the lead in becoming the first city to add zeros in the North-North Keitao living circle on 6/27, and has a record of adding zeros in 32 days in 41 days. The Keelung Hospital of the Ministry of Health and Welfare also reported good news that a 25-year-old male was diagnosed with a confirmed case. After 14 days of hospitalization, the CT value collected on today (8/6) finally reached the discharge standard and he can return home. Reunite with family and celebrate Father's Day.
The case said that during the hospital stay, he felt that Keelung Hospital was really attentive to caring for patients. In addition to arranging related examinations, having a professional medical team is more reassuring. I also deeply felt the hard work of doctors and nurses. Every time I visited the room and delivered meals, I had to wear protective equipment. I would also like to thank the nurses for caring him like a family, and also intimately assisting in the purchase of personal hygiene products.
The case said that he was very sorry for his family and required the whole family to be isolated at home. The family members are also very worried about his condition. When he was hospitalized, his family members kept encouraging him over the phone, especially his father's support was more important to him. Now that he can recover and be discharged from the hospital on the eve of Father's Day, he just wants to go home as soon as possible and personally say to his father "Happy Father's Day!" This is the greatest happiness for him and his family.
Dean Lin Qingfeng of Keelung Hospital of the Ministry of Health and Welfare pointed out that the confirmed case was very alert. After learning that he had had dinner with the confirmed case, he was unwell, he immediately notified the Health Bureau and was able to receive it in the shortest time. Keelung Hospital, grasp the golden opportunity for treatment.
On the first Father's Day in the post-epidemic period, Dean Lin Qingfeng of Keelung Hospital reminded the public that they must still follow the epidemic prevention guidelines when dining out, wear masks and wash hands frequently, and wish all fathers "Happy 88th Day!"