Canada Coronavirus. Elected officials of Guyana refuse a therapeutic trial against the Covid-19
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The president of the territorial community of Guyana, Rodolphe Alexandre, and the two LREM senators of this territory "demanded", this Tuesday, June 30, 2020, that the therapeutic trial conducted by Professor Karine Lacombe, consisting of injecting patients suffering from Covid-19 plasma from cured patients, "does not take place in Guyana".
We demanded that the mission of. She is not welcome and we asked the prefect to make all the arrangements so that she is not welcomed in Guyana, explained the president of the local authority of , Rodolphe Alexandre, surrounded by senators LREM Georges Patient and Antoine Karam, in a video broadcast at the end of an appointment with the prefect and the director of the Regional Health Agency (ARS) this Tuesday, June 30.
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© Copyright 2020, L'Obs “The hypothesis of a reconfinement” of Guyana will have to be re-examined if the signs of an acceleration of the epidemic of coronavirus are confirmed, warned Matignon Sunday June 21 by announcing a reinforcement of the medical capacities on this French territory neighbor of Brazil.
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The project to extend this therapeutic trial, already underway in mainland France, to“Guyana is not a playground” and was announced on June 25 by Karine Lacombe during an audition in the National Assembly, but this initiative aroused strong opposition in Guyana, where some refused to be guinea pigs.
In a letter to the director of the ARS of Guyana, GDR deputy from Guyana Gabriel Serville records his breach of confidence: where does this unilateral idea come from thattherapeutic center instead of hexagonal France? he asks.
He argues that on June 29, Guyana had only 120 hospitalizations, including 19 in intensive care, while the metropolis still had on June 26 8,886 people hospitalized and 634 in intensive care. Guyana had a total of 3,774 cases and 15 deaths on Monday.
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The worrying advance of the epidemic […] cannot, however, make Guyana a playground for researchers from France, Senator Karam already wrote on Monday, in a letter to the Minister of Health Olivier Véran .A trial launched since April 7
Launched on April 7 by the French Blood Establishment (EFS), the Public Assistance-Hospitals of Paris (AP-HP) and Inserm,, containing antibodies to the coronavirus.
About 200 cured patients were to be collected in Ile-de-France, Grand-Est and Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, while the trial was to include 120 patients in the acute phase of Covid-19: 60 receiving plasma and 60, a placebo.
But this figure has not yet been reached, explained Karine Lacombe, because when the trial was launched in early April we were already in the process of decelerating the epidemic, and that many patients arrived at the hospital in at that time did not meet the inclusion criteria to benefit from the plasma test.
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