The last of 39 persons seriously injured in the terrorist attacks of July 22 was released from a hospital in Oslo this week. Several, however, continue to undergo treatment and rehabilitation after suffering gunshot wounds and other injuries.
“We have had many patients with serious injuries, for a long time,” Dr Pål Aksel Næss of the Oslo University Hospital told Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK).
A total of 151 persons were injured in the bombing of government headquarters in Oslo and the massacre on the island of Utøya. Oslo University Hospital’s Ullevål admitted 31 patients, and Bærum Hospital admitted eight. Several were later sent to hospitals in their home districts.
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