Coronavirus : transfers of patients between Lyon and Marseille to the island-of-France - Le Point

The government is preparing to organise transfers of patients who contracted a severe form of the coronavirus, originating in Lyon and Marseille, to the Island-

Coronavirus : transfers of patients between Lyon and Marseille to the island-of-France - Le Point

The government is preparing to organise transfers of patients who contracted a severe form of the coronavirus, originating in Lyon and Marseille, to the Island-of-France. The first movements should take place this week, says The Sunday paper. This device, already put in place last spring, is expected to avoid the cancellation of some surgeries, while the epidemic is in a "rising phase" in France, as pointed out by public Health France on Friday. Among the points are " disturbing ", the health agency had noted the "movement more and more strong" of the virus in the elderly.

Our colleagues of the Newspaper the Sunday remind us in their article that, between mid-march and the end of April, 644 medical evacuations had taken place. At this time, the region of Île-de-France hosted not of patients. On the contrary, she was transferred to other regions. It was even for the Great Is, in a very great tension.

The positivity rate up

according To the latest report unveiled this Saturday, the 26th of September, France has registered more than 14 000 new cases of Covid-19 in 24 hours, a figure slightly down compared to the last 48 hours. Nevertheless, according to the data shared by public Health, France, the positivity rate continues to increase. Over the past seven days, 4 102 new admissions have been recorded, including 763 cases of serious resuscitation.

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Updated Date: 01 October 2020, 18:33

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