RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Sírio-Libanês Hospital, located in São Paulo, announced on Friday, March 27th, that 90 of its employees had been ordered home after being infected with coronavirus. The hospital reported that the tests are conducted regularly among health staff and employees for the patients' safety.
By late last week, about 900 tests had already been performed. The general director of the hospital, Paulo Chapchap, sent a message to the employees thanking them for their dedication and reinforcing concern over everyone's protection.
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