Canada Covid-19: the situation is getting worse again in Lombardy ... and even in Bergamo

13:05  28 october  2020
13:05  28 october  2020 Source:   lejdd.fr

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A nurse in Lombardy tells Euronews that medical staff are being forced to decide who gets crucial treatment and who does not. Another nurse working in another hospital in Lombardy , the Italian region the worst hit by COVID - 19 , told Euronews the situation was "dire" and far worse than it is

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Le nombre de contaminations au coronavirus augmente dramatiquement en Italie, notamment en Lombardie, de nouveau l’épicentre de l’épidémie. La région de Bergame, la plus touchée au printemps, est également touchée, mais elle résiste un peu mieux que les autres. © Reuters

The number of coronavirus contaminations increases dramatically in Italy, especially in Lombardy, again the epicenter of the epidemic . The Bergamo region, which is most affected in spring, is also affected, but it resists a little better than the others.

"We have reached the point where containment is necessary. The risk is generalized, it affects the whole region, warns Guido Bertolini, the spokesperson for the emergency services of Lombardy quoted by RaiNews . In some areas, the welfare system is on the verge of collapse. "

In Italy as in France, the debate has shifted from a curfew to a possible re-containment. The curfew at 11 p.m. in several regions, the closure of cinemas or theaters, that of bars or restaurants from 6 p.m., or the holding of 75% of high school and university courses online was not enough: Monday , 17,000 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded. Of them, 3,570 were in Lombardy, again the epicenter of the outbreak in Italy.

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It really is that bad . The arrival of people here is an absolute constant. This killer pandemic is virtually out of control. We have all heard what has been going on "I urge you all to watch this report made by Sky News, a video that is being shared around the world. "It shows what is happening in Bergamo

Bergamo anaesthetist Christian Salaroli told daily newspaper Corriere della Sera that the hospitals were so People were first urged to go out until things got worse . Conte's remarks prompted a war of words with In Lombardy alone, confirmed cases of the pathogen had climbed over 4,000, and the

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In the region, the city of Milan alone concentrates half of the new cases, because of the density of its population. The Italian health agency has announced that it is no longer able to trace all contact cases itself, and has since launched a new system.

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"Positive people receive an SMS with a link that refers to a questionnaire in which their condition and all their symptoms are recorded. system will put them in touch with the general practitioner who will be able to estimate the most risky situations to be followed more quickly and more strictly ", details in the newspaper Corriere della Serra the director of the local health agency, Vittori Demicheli.

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A Covid - 19 Mutual Aid group is supporting hundreds of local efforts and neighbours have been There were even positive sides. In the red zone, apart from those who were ill or self-isolating, people Researchers in Milan reported that the version of the coronavirus in Lombardy matched an outbreak

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This one also criticizes the "obsession" of tests: "It is an illusion to think of slowing down the infection only by multiplying the number of tests. In Milan, the capacity has now quintupled, but it is an exam that represents the snapshot of a moment. " To cope, departments exclusively dedicated to Covid patients have been set up, so that other patients can be treated.

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In the province of Bergamo, the most affected by the epidemic last spring, Peter Assembergs asked to "return to the trenches" to "contain the advance of the virus". The provincial director of public health estimates in L’Eco di Bergamo that with the start of the school year, "the virus has started circulating again".

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The first wave of the virus seems to have had some effects, however. In recent weeks, writes the daily, the areas most affected in spring "such as the Seriana valley, have experienced a very contained progression", while the areas which had been less affected "are now experiencing a strong acceleration".

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Countries across Europe are seeing a resurgence in COVID - 19 cases after successfully slowing outbreaks early in the year. Some countries — such as Albania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Montenegro, North Macedonia — are seeing higher case numbers than earlier in the year.

The national statistics institute Istat estimated in early May that the mortality recorded in March in the city of Bergamo was up 568% compared to the average established over the period between 2015 and 2019. Then, in June, tests carried out on 9,965 inhabitants had revealed that 57% of the inhabitants of Bergamo had to present antibodies to the coronavirus.

"Every day of delay has a very strong impact"

In big cities, face-to-face meetings are increasing between law enforcement and protesters opposed to measures against Covid-19. On Monday, a few hundred of them demonstrated in front of the regional hotel in Milan and degraded street furniture, reports Sky Italia . The Lombard authorities, for their part, prefer to delay, ensuring that the epidemic is under control. "The situation is for the moment in no way comparable to what we experienced in March, assures Giulio Gallera to L'Eco di Bergamo , regional adviser for social questions. We had 12,000 beds occupied in pulmonology, we are now at 2,300. "

Guido Bertodini, spokesperson for emergency services, does not share his state of mind. A native of Bergamo himself, he fears the return of terrible images from last spring: "Really impressive scenes - like the procession of military trucks carrying coffins - that we all have in mind. I think we are going there. because every day of delay has a very strong impact. I understand that we have to protect the economy, society, but what is the best way to do it? " Italy, like France, has yet to find the answer.

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