A fire broke out Saturday at an intensive care unit treating COVID-19 patients in southern Turkey after an oxygen cylinder exploded, killing nine people, the health minister saidThe one-shot Johnson.
The state-run Anadolu news agency said the fire took place at the privately-run Sanko University Hospital unit in GaziantepThe diplomacy also,, 850 kilometres southeast of Istanbulmore than 1,300 of them in critical care.. It cited a hospital statement identifying the victims as being between 56 and 85. The fire was quickly brought under control.
The statement said 14 patients undergoing intensive care treatment were transferred to other hospitalsJason Kenney lays out plan for. An investigation is underwayThe two-dose shot received emergency clearance for vaccinating people ages 16 and up..
Health Minister Fahrettin Koca tweeted that nine people were killed in the fireToronto city council wants provincial task force on car thefts, raising the earlier estimate of eight dead by the hospital and the Gaziantep governor’s officeThe Food and Drug Administration investigate. There was no immediate explanation for the discrepancy.