Coronavirus hospital suspends activity over cyberattack

Brno University Hospital in the Czech Republic has incurred a crippling cyberattack in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, causing it to suspend scheduled operations. 

The attack rendered the hospital unable to transfer information from key clinical systems to its database, and was adjudged serious enough to switch off IT systems and shift acute patients to an alternative facility.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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