Money Coronavirus: in Madrid, caregivers demonstrate to demand more resources

04:50  26 may  2020
04:50  26 may  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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Rallies have been organized in front of several hospitals in the capital, particularly affected by the epidemic in Spain.

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Region of Spain most affected by the Covid-19 epidemic , Madrid, where residents benefited on Monday, from a first reduction in containment with the reopening of terraces of cafes, restaurants and green spaces, must also deal with the exhaustion of their caregivers. In their green and white uniforms, employees of the Spanish health system demonstrated in front of several hospitals in the capital to obtain more resources in this region.

Nurses and doctors observed two minutes of silence at the doors of several hospitals in the city. They held up banners such as, "We are neither heroes nor suicide bombers, we need real protective gear."

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Our goal is for people to become aware “of our situation at the moment, of the precariousness of our jobs. The Covid-19 only accentuated a situation that we suffered before, "said Silvia Garcia, a nurse in a resuscitation unit at Gregorio Marañon Hospital where they were a few hundred to demonstrate.

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"We must be given the means to treat […], we must guarantee that we can rest, protect ourselves, to do our work in the best conditions", a declared for his part, Victor Aparicio, intensive care nurse in the same hospital.

Caregivers, who say they are exhausted, mainly complain about the lack of manpower and protective equipment to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic which particularly hit the capital, where a third of the cases were recorded and of the dead, and where the health system was on the verge of breaking point at the worst of the crisis.

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They ask to maintain the employment of the approximately 10,000 people that Madrid has hired to deal with the pandemic, while the regional authorities have not offered any guarantees in this regard. material until the end of the year.

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