Because of severe coronary heart disease caused by coronavirus virus being discharged from Wuhan hospital every day, long-term patient mystery (chronic) illness keeps doctors in hospital Jinyintan was confused and disillusioned at what the hospital's president said was one of the hospital's biggest concerns.

According to THE STRAITS TIMES published on April 10, 2020, hospital director Zhang Dingyu said that while most of them did not have any symptoms or mild symptoms, they did not. Remained positive for the virus and could not be discharged from the hospital.

Doctors don't know what to do with them, and the patient's emotional state is adding to the problem.

China on Wednesday reported 63 new cases, 61 of which were imported. The number of imported cases is one of the biggest challenges in the country along with non-symptomatic patients.

Named "Zero Base" at the peak of the outbreak, Jinyintan Hospital in Wuhan is the only infectious disease hospital in Hubei, of which Wuhan is the capital.

Commonly used to deal with HIV, avian influenza, influenza, and even hand, foot and mouth disease, hospitalization is part of the initial treatment of patients known as Covid-19 after cases began to grow. Spread last December.

Zhang told reporters on a government-organized visit yesterday that doctors had begun taking samples from patients quickly and determined that the disease was closely related to a serious respiratory or respiratory illness.

As the epidemic peaked in February, Dr Zhang said the hospital was treating nearly 500 patients and had the help of Shanghai-based doctors as well as the People's Liberation Army. There are now 123 people under investigation.

Asked if this symptom would not present the hospital's biggest challenge? Such "silent patients" are being controlled by public health authorities through existing measures, he said.

The hospital tested the virus from four samples: nose, mouth, teeth, buttocks and blood, and most of the remaining patients tested negative on all samples except their oral samples.

"Jinyintan is currently focused on long-term (chronic) patients, and some of them spend up to 60 days in hospital," he said.

The hospital tests for viruses from four samples: mouth, nose, end, colon and blood, and most patients tested negative on all samples except their oral samples.

"Maybe in the future people will say this practice is wrong because the virus is dead and only the trace of the virus remains in the cell," he said. He said hospitals should err on the side of caution.

"These have an impact on patients' lives," said Dr. Zhang. To stay in the hospital for a long time, be quarantined and under treatment, ”he said, adding that the hospital provided counseling and treatment for those who remained.

Hospitals are working to strengthen the ability to deal with occasional infections in case the virus becomes widespread in society, putting it in the same category as influenza, bird flu or foot and mouth disease.

As travel restrictions are loosened and more Chinese travelers are concerned, patients without symptoms may cause a second wave of infection. China reported 56 new cases of the disease yesterday, bringing the total to 657.

Authorities began releasing figures on the case of no symptoms on April 1, but did not provide where they occurred.

The Council of Ministers on Wednesday issued new guidelines on reporting such cases, now to be reported within two hours of the discovery.