COVID-19 infection at Kosei General Hospital
The COVID-19; coronavirus disease 2019 has been infected at Kosei General Hospital affiliated to Rissho Kosei Kai (Kyorin Gakuen Educational Facility) in Wada, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, Japan. It seems to be a nosocomial infection.
On February 18, 2020, a hospitalized 80s male was found infected with COVID-19.
On February 19, a hospitalized 70s female was found infected with COVID-19. She is the wife of a man who was found to have a coronavirus infection the day before.
On February 29, a female nurse working in the hospital was found infected with COVID-19.
On March 1, a new male COVID-19 infection was identified. He was hospitalized in the same room as an inpatient previously found to have a COVID-19 infection.
The hospital is a subject to the Hayashida Medical Trial. At the Hayashida Medical Trial, the medical record stated that the cause of death of the hospitalized patient was aspiration pneumonia. However, the doctor at the hospital testified the court of Tokyo District Court No. 610 on June 1, 2016 that aspiration pneumonia was misdiagnosed and nosocomial infection with multidrug resistance Pseudomonas aeruginosa; MDRP is the cause of death.
The coronavirus outbreak evolved from Wuhan city in China and spreading its tentacles. Coronavirus infections in people are common throughout the world. Coronavirus can infect both animals and people. The numbers of infections steadily increased in Japan. Japanese stocks fell sharply early Tuesday, February 25 as economic fallout from the coronavirus epidemic continued to rattle global financial markets.