US News Covid-19: two priority screening centers open in Hauts-de-Seine

00:40  29 september  2020
00:40  29 september  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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No longer wait hours to be able to take a test in a laboratory or a Covid-19 screening center and no longer wait a week - or even more - to have the result. This is the objective of the Covid screening and diagnostic centers (CDDC) opened by the regional health agency (ARS) throughout Ile-de-France, for a week.

The Hauts-de-Seine opens this week two of these centers dedicated to people, which must be tested as a priority. The first, managed by the Biogroup laboratory, opened this Monday, in Issy-les-Moulineaux, 239, rue Jean-Jacques-Rousseau. The second, managed by the same laboratory, will be at La Défense (2, place de La Défense), from this Tuesday.

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"The objectives are to strengthen the test offer in the Ile-de-France region, to promote rapid diagnosis for priority people and to make screening and diagnosis of Covid-19 accessible", recalls the prefecture in a press release published on Monday.

24 to 36 hours on average to obtain the result

“The objective was to speed up the diagnosis. During the first week, the average wait for the results of the tests taken in these centers is 24 to 36 hours. The challenge is therefore taken up on that side, ”welcomes the ARS.

To achieve this result, these CDDCs are restricted. The centers of Issy-les-Moulineaux and La Défense will be "initially reserved for priority audiences, over 6 years of age, on presentation of proof", specifies the prefecture.

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“Priority audiences are people with a medical prescription; people having had a risk of contact with a confirmed case, and having been contacted by the CPAM or the ARS as part of the contact investigation; healthcare professionals and similar professionals working in hospitals, nursing homes or in the home of an elderly person. »

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Around twenty Covid screening and diagnostic centers are open throughout Ile-de-France. “They will operate all winter,” says the regional health agency. And if necessary, other centers can be opened. "

These priority screening centers are in addition to the tests carried out in the Covid centers and the laboratories of the department, as well as one-off operations, such as the one this Monday organized by the city of Rueil-Malmaison.

The two priority screening centers are open Monday to Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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