Medical staff at Seibu Hospital in Yokohama take part in a training exercise last month. Photo: ReutersMedical staff at Seibu Hospital in Yokohama take part in a training exercise last month. Photo: Reuters
Medical staff at Seibu Hospital in Yokohama take part in a training exercise last month. Photo: Reuters

Japan hospital that took in Covid-19 patients, bucking trend, struggles to stay afloat after outbreak of its own

  • Seibu Hospital had successfully treated dozens of coronavirus patients, including one who had been rejected by nearly 100 other facilities
  • Then a man with no fever and no other obvious symptoms was carried into accident and emergency in early April
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Medical staff at Seibu Hospital in Yokohama take part in a training exercise last month. Photo: ReutersMedical staff at Seibu Hospital in Yokohama take part in a training exercise last month. Photo: Reuters
Medical staff at Seibu Hospital in Yokohama take part in a training exercise last month. Photo: Reuters
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