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图片 | 2021年 2月 9日 星期二 02:17 BJT

Tiny patients fight COVID in Mexico neonatal ward

A nurse monitors the vital signs of a newborn baby infected with the coronavirus, lying in an incubator, at the COVID-19 neonatal unit of the Maternal Perinatal Hospital 'Monica Pretelini Saenz' in Toluca, Mexico February 4, 2021. The ward is currently caring for 14 patients. Nine of them tested positive for COVID-19, and five more suspected cases came from positive-tested mothers.

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A nurse monitors the vital signs of a newborn baby infected with the coronavirus, lying in an incubator, at thmore

A nurse monitors the vital signs of a newborn baby infected with the coronavirus, lying in an incubator, at the COVID-19 neonatal unit of the Maternal Perinatal Hospital 'Monica Pretelini Saenz' in Toluca, Mexico February 4, 2021. The ward is currently caring for 14 patients. Nine of them tested positive for COVID-19, and five more suspected cases came from positive-tested mothers. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A woman infected with COVID-19 carries her baby in the maternity ward. Staff face specific challenges in caring for newborn COVID patients. When a pregnant mother is infected with the virus, it can trigger an early delivery of the baby and can affect its development, they said.

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A woman infected with COVID-19 carries her baby in the maternity ward. Staff face specific challenges in carinmore

A woman infected with COVID-19 carries her baby in the maternity ward. Staff face specific challenges in caring for newborn COVID patients. When a pregnant mother is infected with the virus, it can trigger an early delivery of the baby and can affect its development, they said. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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The feet of a newborn baby with COVID-19 are seen as they lie in an incubator. The situation on the ward has changed as the outbreak goes on. At the beginning, when it was a new and unknown disease, staff were very afraid of everything that could infect them. They had little protective equipment and were not as mentally prepared as they are now.  

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The feet of a newborn baby with COVID-19 are seen as they lie in an incubator. The situation on the ward has cmore

The feet of a newborn baby with COVID-19 are seen as they lie in an incubator. The situation on the ward has changed as the outbreak goes on. At the beginning, when it was a new and unknown disease, staff were very afraid of everything that could infect them. They had little protective equipment and were not as mentally prepared as they are now. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A nurse pulls a protective capsule containing a woman infected with the coronavirus. 

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A nurse pulls a protective capsule containing a woman infected with the coronavirus. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A nurse pulls a protective capsule containing a woman infected with the coronavirus. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Nurses intubate a newborn baby with COVID-19. Although the babies face serious challenges, healthcare workers on the ward have always cared for newborns with medical problems, so they are emotionally prepared for the seriousness of the pandemic.

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Nurses intubate a newborn baby with COVID-19. Although the babies face serious challenges, healthcare workers more

Nurses intubate a newborn baby with COVID-19. Although the babies face serious challenges, healthcare workers on the ward have always cared for newborns with medical problems, so they are emotionally prepared for the seriousness of the pandemic. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A nurse wearing protective gear works at the COVID maternity ward. Staff say the difference now is the danger of getting infected with COVID-19, and then taking it home to their loved ones.

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A nurse wearing protective gear works at the COVID maternity ward. Staff say the difference now is the danger more

A nurse wearing protective gear works at the COVID maternity ward. Staff say the difference now is the danger of getting infected with COVID-19, and then taking it home to their loved ones. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Currently in the nursery there are two newborn twins, who were born within a minute from each other (pictured is one of the twins in an incubator). The mother has not seen them yet because she is still under treatment. 

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Currently in the nursery there are two newborn twins, who were born within a minute from each other (pictured more

Currently in the nursery there are two newborn twins, who were born within a minute from each other (pictured is one of the twins in an incubator). The mother has not seen them yet because she is still under treatment. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A woman infected with the coronavirus holds a call with her relatives. Mothers are able to stay in touch with their babies through video calls every day at noon.

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A woman infected with the coronavirus holds a call with her relatives. Mothers are able to stay in touch with more

A woman infected with the coronavirus holds a call with her relatives. Mothers are able to stay in touch with their babies through video calls every day at noon. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A nurse carries containers with breast milk for babies infected with the coronavirus. Newborns are tested weekly and are considered free of COVID-19 after two negative tests in a row.

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A nurse carries containers with breast milk for babies infected with the coronavirus. Newborns are tested weekmore

A nurse carries containers with breast milk for babies infected with the coronavirus. Newborns are tested weekly and are considered free of COVID-19 after two negative tests in a row. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A woman with COVID-19 uses a spirometer device to increase lung capacity at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A woman with COVID-19 uses a spirometer device to increase lung capacity at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cmore

A woman with COVID-19 uses a spirometer device to increase lung capacity at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A nurse changes the diaper of a newborn baby with COVID-19, who was born a minute apart from its twin. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A nurse changes the diaper of a newborn baby with COVID-19, who was born a minute apart from its twin. REUTERSmore

A nurse changes the diaper of a newborn baby with COVID-19, who was born a minute apart from its twin. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A nurse checks a woman infected with the coronavirus after arriving to the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A nurse checks a woman infected with the coronavirus after arriving to the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A nurse checks a woman infected with the coronavirus after arriving to the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A woman infected with the coronavirus carries her baby at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A woman infected with the coronavirus carries her baby at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A woman infected with the coronavirus carries her baby at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Nurses chat through a plastic sheet at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Nurses chat through a plastic sheet at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Nurses chat through a plastic sheet at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Health workers and patients are pictured at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Health workers and patients are pictured at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Health workers and patients are pictured at the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Patients receive oxygen at the COVID maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Patients receive oxygen at the COVID maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Patients receive oxygen at the COVID maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Nurses check the venoclysis of a newborn baby with COVID-19. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Nurses check the venoclysis of a newborn baby with COVID-19. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Nurses check the venoclysis of a newborn baby with COVID-19. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A nurse helps a woman infected with the coronavirus after arriving to the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A nurse helps a woman infected with the coronavirus after arriving to the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A nurse helps a woman infected with the coronavirus after arriving to the maternity ward. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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