Health workers across the country are working with completeness, responsibility and devotion in the emergency anti-epidemic campaign to reliably defend the security of the state and the lives and health of the people.
The public health sector, in close cooperation with the emergency anti-epidemic sector, establishes and standardizes the scientific treatment tactics and methods, while taking practical measures for the medical workers of the preventive and curative organs to effectively cope with the changing anti-epidemic situation by steadily updating the guidelines for treatment.
Medical workers of the Kim Man Yu Hospital and the Okryu Children's Hospital dispatched to South Hwanghae Province and those in the relevant areas take consecutive steps to clarify, intercept, contain and eradicate the route of spread and source of the acute enteric epidemic and prevent the outbreak and spread of the seasonal diseases.
Officials of public health institutions at all levels expand successes in treatment by giving full play to the medical service systems established by the state, totally rejecting the slightest indolence, relaxation, carelessness and slackness.
The teams for rapid consultation and diagnosis formed at the national-level hospitals render technical assistance and take correct measures for treatment in time through telemedicine system on the basis of having made a general analysis of the issues arising at the local hospitals.
Medical workers in Pyongyang, provinces, cities and counties strengthen observation of those who have not caught the pandemic or have other diseases, the aged, children and expectant and nursing mothers in particular, in the areas concerned and take immediate special measures for treatment soon after abnormal symptoms were found.
The teams for rapid diagnosis and treatment affiliated with the emergency anti-epidemic units at all levels confirm, carry and treat the infected persons in close contact with relevant units, constantly maintaining the round-the-clock mobilized posture.
More than 1.2 million medical workers and hygienic activists across the country devotedly work, cooperating and helping with each other and ensuring promptness and mobility in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. As a result, the number of those completely recovered is on the increase every day.