Offbeat Lack of oxygen, caregiver staff: The sanitary crisis amplifies to Madagascar
Syria sends oxygen aid to Lebanon to fight Covid
The Syrian government Wednesday offered 75 tonnes of oxygen to neighbouringLebanon during a visit by its health minister in response to a request for Covid-19 assistance. "We will supply Lebanon with 75 tonnes of oxygen in instalments of 25 tonnes a day for a period of three days," Health Minister Hasan al-Ghabbash told reporters after a meeting with his Lebanese counterpart. The oxygen shipment, which will be delivered "immediately", will not"We will supply Lebanon with 75 tonnes of oxygen in instalments of 25 tonnes a day for a period of three days," Health Minister Hasan al-Ghabbash told reporters after a meeting with his Lebanese counterpart.
in Madagascar, the Minister of Health announced, Thursday, April 1, that the country adhered to the ease of the Covax device. Meanwhile, the second wave of coronavirus plunges the country into an ever larger health crisis, with 15 deaths listed in 24 hours, Wednesday, March 31st.
with our corresponding Antananarivo, Laure Verneau
If the numbers seem low - approximately 25,000 cases for 433 deaths, since March 2020 - they remain dramatic compared to last year and the capacity to take charge of hospitals that N ' has not changed since.
COVID-19. Enhanced oxygen therapy with Roselyne Bachelin benefits, what is it?
© Marc Ollivier / West-France The Minister of Culture Roselyne Bachelot at a round table with local cultural actors and elected officials at the Prefecture Martenot de Rennes on Thursday 18 March. of very high speed oxygen, probably brought to the body by flexible nasal cannulas, that is what should be similar to the reinforced oxygen therapy treatment in Roselyne Bachelot since this Thursday, March 25th.
overflowing for three weeks, a doctor of the capital tells that there is just enough oxygen for patients who flock with the serious shape of the disease because of the variant.
The lack of oxygen has been confirmed by the Minister of Health, Thursday. An order of generators has been, urgently, through a call for tenders, according to its statement.
Caregivers are also exhausted, as a testaway Jerisoa Ralibera, president of the paramedics union. They "fall like flies," hear the latter.
in the Council of Ministers, new measures have been taken. This is the case with the closure of schools for 15 days, the reopening of treatment centers, and a new distribution of patients between basic health centers (CSB) and hospitals.
The President of the Republic will speak this Saturday, April 3rd at 8pm to take stock of the situation.
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Donna Kawabata says she found her husband dehydrated and in soiled trousers when she went to visit him in hospital after he tested positive to COVID-19. She did her best to help him for 11 days, but then he passed away.In a tent outside, she said she had to hold up her mobile phone with its torchlight on, to allow health workers to assess him, because there was no power.