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US News Reopening of schools: professor Philippe Juvin explains the choice of Emmanuel Macron

20:05  15 april  2020
20:05  15 april  2020 Source:   non-stop-people.com

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Réouverture des écoles : le professeur Philippe Juvin explique le choix d’Emmanuel Macron © TF1 Reopening of schools: professor Philippe Juvin explains the choice of Emmanuel Macron Philippe Juvin, chief of the emergency department of Georges hospital -Pompidou in Paris, returned to Emmanuel Macron's speech on April 13. The professor notably mentioned the potential reopening of schools, which worries many French people.

In his speech on Monday April 13, Emmanuel Macron gave a date for the start of deconfinement : May 11. If the President of the Republic said that it would obviously be progressive, many viewers believed that the schools would reopen in just under a month. Faced with the anger and concern of these French people, the Minister of National Education Jean-Michel Blanquer said the following morning on France 2 that returning to school would not be "compulsory on May 11 "And that" everything will not happen overnight ". Philippe Juvin, the head of the emergency department at Georges-Pompidou Hospital in Paris, had received the president's message the first time. "The president did not say that May 11 would be general deconfinement," he said on April 15 in a Facebook book for Brut . If people believed it, it’s because they didn’t quite understand. I understood that the president was saying one thing: that the confinement persisted until May 11, and then we would see. »

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Professor Philippe Juvin explains the closure of schools

For Professor Juvin, it is in any case not possible to reopen all schools at once:" There is no didn't say, "On May 11, all schools reopen." In any case, I did not understand it like that. There will probably be a partial, slow reopening of schools. "The doctor explained to Brut why these places were among the first to close their doors last March:" We know that to fight against the flu, the closing of the schools decreases the peak flu. We have known this for years. So we said to ourselves, "We're going to do the same for the corona." I think we did well, he said. But France does not want to be able to be confined indefinitely. And so we will have to deconfigure, too, the schools for - not that the children get infected - but so that the parents can go to work . Because the modalities of reopening schools are just one of the many cogs in a much larger scheme.

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The deconfinement, in the broad sense, will be a challenge: "Everything will depend, it seems to me, on the way we will do it and the means that we will put at our disposal in a month, explained Philippe Juvin . Will we have masks, will we be able to test the population, especially if clusters appear? Will we be able to track these clusters? " The head of the emergency department of the Georges-Pompidou hospital recalled that certain parameters were essential to hope for an end to the crisis:" One of the conditions for the success of May 11 is: "Will there be we have all the means, material and organization, which we lack so far? ” That's the subject, "he said. You will need masks, tests or even gowns, which hospital staff are still lacking. "There is one condition to start deconfining, it is to have the material that we are promised for in a month," summarized Philippe Juvin. This is fundamental . If you don't have it, you don't even have to think about it. »

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