Several patients who had appointments at St. Olav’s hospital in Trondheim have lied about being in corona quarantine. The hospital director is shaken.
Patients and visitors who have an appointment at the hospital must fill out a form in which they must, among other things, answer whether they had close contact with an infected person and whether they had symptoms in the last two weeks.
The hospital has found out that several patients who should have been in quarantine have lied on the form and turned up for an appointment, according to newspaper Adresseavisen.
“I’m shaken. This puts other patients in danger of death, and they also expose employees to danger.
“In the pandemic, we are also completely dependent on good preparedness and employees working,” CEO Grethe Aasved at St. Olav’s hospital told Dagbladet.
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