Sports The emergency physician Patrick Pelloux very pessimistic about the health crisis: "She will not disappear this year" (VIDEO)
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Invited on Wednesday February 24 on the "Grandes gueules" plateau, the emergency physician Patrick Pelloux was pessimistic about the evolution of the health crisis.
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For his part, Patrick Pelloux played the franchise card and was rather pessimistic about an exit from the imminent health crisis. " We are not done with this epidemic! It will not be over this year. Do not kid yourself, mutants, we are going to have more for a while! ", he said on the "Grandes Gueules" plateau.
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The famous emergency doctor also pointed out the current excessive focus on Covid-19, which hides all other pathologies as well as the various repercussions. " That is to say that we no longer see the health system except through the prism of Covid-19, then you have all the others ... You have the alerts of psychiatrists, child psychiatrists who tell you : 'consultations are overflowing, people are not doing well ' "he reported, concluding that the vaccine is the only reason for hope to finally see the end of the tunnel.
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The Grand Oral ofof doctor :
"We are not done with this epidemic! It will not disappear this year with all the variants that appear!"- Les Grandes Gueules (@GG_RMC)
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