17/04/2020 • There is no Regional Hygienic Centre in the Czech Republic that would not engage Faculty of Military Health Sciences students. They contribute to the project aimed at releasing the economics and common life tied by the general quarantine measures. Their role got appreciation from an initiator of the smart quarantine project Petr Bartoš.
Now ten medicine students work for the Brno Regional Hygienic Centre who replaced the original five. They supported the first memorial map made during the Easter followed by others. In deputy minister Roman Prymula’s opinion, smart quarantine works completely in South Moravia.
The largest contingent of military medicine students from the University of Defence work for the Central Bohemia Hygienic Centre, it means in the region with the second highest number of coronavirus infected short behind Prague. In total, 15 students got initiated to the system there and distributed to local stations. Another ten get training in the system work in the Capital of Prague, and six in the city of Ostrava. Among the latter group is Sergeant First Class Lucie Kucharova: “We received several training sessions, now we do test interviews and we should start real work soon,” says Kucharova. The complete smart quarantine system should launch in two weeks.
Author: Viktor Sliva, photo: Lucie Kuchařová a Jitka Neuwirthová