It's peak season in Canadian hospitals. Overcrowding, emergency room closures, excessive wait times, and current personnel shortages affect hospitals. The situation is deteriorating at hospitals across Canada. Patients die as their waiting times lengthen. The death of two patients in Quebec last week highlights the gravity of the problem. Infections with viruses and bacteria are present.
However, health specialists believe that Covid-19 is still at the forefront of disorders. According to hospital officials, the number of youngsters admitted to the hospital for respiratory disorders like RSV has also grown. Diseases such as bronchitis and pneumonia are spreading among children, according to doctors. During times of stress, inpatient units are understaffed. According to the officials, the availability of beds in the wards is also reducing.