Olivier Véran has announced that caregivers over 50 years old will receive vaccine

Coronavirus: Caregivers Aged 50 and Over “Who Wish” can be Vaccinated “from Monday”, announces Olivier Véran

EPIDEMIC: The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran also announced that before the beginning of February, vaccination centres will open in the city. The government is shifting into high gear. The vaccination campaign against Covid-19 will “accelerate” towards priority audiences, with the possibility for caregivers aged 50 and over to be vaccinated “from Monday”, the Minister of Health announced on Twitter on Thursday. […]

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Caregivers are standing by if the second wave of coronavirus, which they dread, hits.

Coronavirus: “We will be Ready if there is a Second Wave, but we are Angry”, Confide Caregivers

RISK: Caregivers tell of their fears about a second wave of coronavirus which could break out soon across France While new Covid-19 contaminations start to rise again in August, many caregivers fear an imminent second wave. Some think that the hospital will be able to cope with it, while others are still suffering from their experience […]

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Coronavirus: 99-Year-Old Briton Collects 20 Million Pounds for Caregivers 1

Coronavirus: 99-Year-Old Briton Collects 20 Million Pounds for Caregivers

He walked 100 lengths of his garden with his walker. Tom Moore has sparked extraordinary generosity, raising almost 23 million euros for hospitals. A 99-year-old Briton, Tom Moore, has become a true “hero” in his country after having collected more than 20 million pounds for caregivers walking 100 lengths of his garden with his walker. At a time when […]

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A treatment room is currently being tested near Toulouse in a Coronavirus Covid-19 consultation centre

A Treatment Cabin Tested to Better Protect Caregivers, Highly Exposed to the Coronavirus

This booth, which allows doctors to examine patients behind a wall, is tested in a Coronavirus Covid-19 consultation centre in Fronton, near Toulouse. For the nostalgic, it looks a bit like a phone booth. This facility, which is not used for making calls, has been tested for a few days in the Covid-19 consultation centre in Fronton (Haute-Garonne), a […]

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Some civil servants will benefit from exceptional aid of up to 1,000 euros.

Coronavirus Covid-19: Up to 1,500 Euros Premium for Carers and Certain Civil Servants

The government met this Wednesday 15th April on the occasion of a new council of ministers, to discuss financial issues and the terms of economic assistance. A first step towards the revaluation of wages? This Wednesday, April 15, 2020, after a new Council of Ministers, the government announced the payment of a bonus to some of these […]

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Confinement: Meal Distribution, Shopping for the Neighbours… Here's How to Help 2

Confinement: Meal Distribution, Shopping for the Neighbours… Here’s How to Help

This Sunday 22nd March 2020, the government is launching the civic reserve dedicated to the coronavirus to allow the French to help others during the epidemic. In this period of confinement, what if you gave your time to help others? This is the call launched this Sunday 22nd March 2020 by the government which invites the French to […]

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The number of patients to the emergency rooms in hospitals increased

Hospitals: Nearly 21 Million Emergency Room Visits in 2016, a Record

According to a government report, the number of emergency room visits at hospitals increased by more than 700,000 between 2015 and 2016, reaching 21 million. The number of patients admitted to emergencies reached a new record in 2016. Nearly 21 million passages were recorded in 641 public and private hospitals , 700 000 more than in 2015, according to […]

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