Glass chamber at Sheba Medical Center allows for interaction between COVID-19 patients and their loved ones. (Youtube/Screenshot) (Youtube/Screenshot)
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In some cases, unfortunately, the specialized glass chamber also allows for a proper goodbye to loved ones without risking the spread of the virus.

Steve Walz, international spokesperson for Sheba Medical Center, discusses with Israel’s ILTV a new solution for enabling interaction between isolated coronavirus patients and their families.

Additionally, another critical care unit for coronavirus patients is being created underground that will be ready next week, Walz said.

Sheba, which was the first health care facility to prepare to treat patients with COVID-19, as per the government’s request, has also opened a special unit for psychiatric patients with the virus as well as providing online treatment to those not staying in the hospital.






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