//Nigeria: Hospitals In Lagos Struggles To Manage The Influx Of Coronavirus patients

Nigeria: Hospitals In Lagos Struggles To Manage The Influx Of Coronavirus patients

Doctors in Lagos hospitals are struggling severely to care for the coronavirus patient in Nigeria, Lagos has been the epicenter of the novel coronavirus pandemic averaging at least 500 cases per day. The second wave of the coronavirus in Nigeria is on the rise.

Because of the emergency, some clinical laborers have needed to remain working for quite a long time.

“A few of us here, we don’t rest around evening time, since we have calls, we need to proceed to take care of patients. A few of us don’t leave, we stay in the clinic, two, three days, around five days”, said Adejumo Olusola, a doctor.

The subsequent wave has made a clinical oxygen emergency in the country as numerous patients should be helped to relax.

In Lagos alone, request has gone from 70 to 350 oxygen tanks a day.