Offbeat Marina Carrère d´Encausse: "Inviting 'reassuring' doctors to a stage is irresponsible"
Business owners slam Dan Andrews over crippling COVID-19 lockdown
Victoria recorded just two new coronavirus cases on Sunday - and no deaths - prompting the embattled premier to ease several of Melbourne's most hated restrictions.Victoria recorded just two new coronavirus cases on Sunday, prompting the embattled premier to ease several of Melbourne's most hated restrictions.
TV MAGAZINE. - Why did you decide to focus on the relationship between Donald Trump and the FBI?
Marina CARRÈRE D’ENCAUSSE. - Because it's absolutely fascinating! The President of the United States, his father and his grandfather all dealt with the Mafia. When we take up her story, you see that it was built on her. And, at the same time, he got out of very complex situations thanks to his connection to the FBI. When he was really worried about organized crime, he would go to the feds for help, and they were happy to learn more about the Mafia. He created a kind of triangle which allowed him to gain advantages.
37% of doctors think the government's three-tier system won't stop coronavirus spreading
More than a third of doctors believe the government's three-tier system will have no impact on efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19. © Other More than a third of doctors think the tier system is ineffective in containing COVID-19, as hospitals start filling up again The research from the British Medical Association (BMA) also raises concerns about the autumn and winter period - with more than half of healthcare staff saying they are "quite anxious" about what is to come.More than 6,000 doctors took part in the survey.
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How do you see the management of the Covid-19 epidemic in the United States?
As a doctor, there are things I cannot hear.mask. Or to say that he will take hydroxychloroquine and various products that have not been scientifically validated. It is not audible from the representative of one of the most powerful countries in the world. After that, the United States was no worse off than any other country in terms of the numbers.
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The figures of new cases of Covid-19 are soaring in France. What state of mind are you in?
“Irresponsable”: Nicolas Bedos does his mea culpa after the controversy
© Screenshot TMC “Irresponsible”: Nicolas Bedos does his mea culpa after the controversy At the end of September, Nicolas Bedos posted a forum on social networks anti-masks, which called, among others, the French to "live to the bottom". Invited on the set of Quotidien this Monday, October 26, the actor returned to his controversial remarks and described this text as "irresponsible".
. I am reassured by the quality of our medicine, and the mobilization of our caregivers. They are there and they are always the same ... 20% of them have not taken a day off since March. They are totally exhausted and, for many, disillusioned.
Is the house on fire?
I wouldn't say that, but it is serious in that you cannot control the circulation of the virus. If my figures are correct, mortality in intensive care is lower today than it was in March-April, because we know how to take better care of the sick.. We can no longer transfer patients from one region to another, because all of France is affected. We no longer have that flexibility!
Are the media doing too much around this coronavirus?
It depends. If it is to relay the important messages, namely to wear masks, to respect barrier gestures and to explain why, that is very good. If it is to invite conspirators and people who relay fake news, including "reassuring" doctors, who have come to explain that there is no second wave and that the figures are false, it is not is not responsible.
Prix Goncourt. Djaïli Amadou Amal in the four finalists
© DR Djali Amadou Amal in his library in Cameroon. His book "Les Impatientes" was among the finalists alongside those of Hervé Le Tellier, Maël Renouard and Camille de Toledo. Cameroonian Djaïli Amadou Amal ("Les Impatientes") is one of the four finalists selected on Tuesday October 27 for the Goncourt prize, the most prestigious of the French literary prizes to be awarded on November 10. Her novel "Les Impatientes" (Emmanuelle Collas) has a strong autobiographical content.
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Some of them explain that the epidemic is over. Others say it is even more violent than last spring. Why do health professionals contradict each other so much on television?
I am a doctor and a journalist, I have been studying this coronavirus crisis from the start and, quite frankly, I do not understand that doctors, some of whom are very intelligent and rigorous, are saying things against the official figures. We can say that the management of the crisis is bad, but the figures are there! We cannot say that the intensive care units are empty…
What do you think of the media madness around?
Studies that have been conducted show that hydroxychloroquine is not the medicine to use to stop this epidemic. There was a craze, because the man is very intelligent and he is a real scientist. And now I do not understand his attitude and that he could have said things before a scientific truth exists.
Will you be volunteering to help caregivers in hospitals?
I haven't exercised for a very long time. And I think I'm more useful today by doing my job as a doctor on television, by informing viewers, than by going back to the staff because I wouldn't be competent. If it's about taking care of Covid-19 patients, I don't have enough training.
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Michael Schumacher combative: Jean Todt gives reassuring news .
© FRANK AUGSTEIN / AP / SIPA Michael Schumacher combative: Jean Todt gives reassuring news On November 1, Jean Todt gave reassuring news from his long-time friend, Michael Schumacher. The opportunity for him to briefly recount the moments they spend together. From drama to hope. In December 2013, Michael Schumacher suffered a serious skiing accident while off-piste in the French Alps. After hitting a rock, breaking his helmet into several pieces, the racer was placed in an induced coma.