Despite criticism considers the Statens Serum Institut, that it is unnecessary to move the coronasmittede out of the home.
It is a fatal error, when Denmark and other european countries have people with mild symptoms of the coronavirus to isolate themselves in their own home. For the danger of infecting its nearest is too big.
this is the sound of criticism from experts from the world health Organization (WHO), writes Politiken.
a Professor at the national university hospital in Singapore Dale Fisher considers the isolation of the sick, of the main measures to combat the coronasmitten. Dale Fisher is also the president of a network of experts who advise the WHO on the global disease outbreaks.
– We can say test, test, test again and again. But if we let people go home again, there is not much point in it. We need to act on the result of the test, says Dale Fisher to Politiken.
It is not the first time that Denmark will get criticism from the world health organization for the management of coronavirusudbruddet.
Earlier, it was the number of tests recorded differences between the Danish health authorities and the WHO.
the Statens Serum Institut to find – despite the criticism from the WHO that it is unnecessary to move the coronasmittede out of the home.
– Under Danish conditions is selvisolation in the home or cottage of the many reasons to prefer. We have in epidemiplanen the opportunity to establish common quarantine and isolation facilities.
– It recommends to the board of Health not in a great place because of the risk of infection and of the psychological and social causes, says the institute’s professional director Kåre Mølbak in an email to Politiken.
Kåre Mølbak is also not the only one who thinks that isolation outside of the home is unnecessary.
the Danish researchers argue against the general to isolate the sick in other places than at home.
Between the arguments is that it is contrary to the western frihedsbegreber. But also to the WHO’s strategy does not work on the virus, even though it was an effective strategy against, among other things, the severe viral infection, Sars, writes Politiken.