US News Covid-19: Anne Hidalgo promises a public debate before summer

01:50  11 march  2021
01:50  11 march  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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La maire PS de Paris a fustigé la politique de réduction des lits dans les hôpitaux publics, lors du Conseil de Paris. © LP / Olivier Corsan The PS mayor of Paris blasted the policy of reducing beds in public hospitals during the Paris Council.

Anne Hidalgo promised this Wednesday, during the Council of Paris, to organize a debate with the director of the regional health agency of Ile-de-France, Aurélien Rousseau, and the director of the AP-HP, Martin Hirsch. The PS mayor of the capital wants this debate to take place at the town hall, in the presence of elected Parisians, between the end of May and the end of June.

"We must not get out of the summer, a period of calm thanks to the vaccination strategy, the increase in collective immunity, and the temperatures which seem to play a role in the spread of the virus, to return to the fall without asking questions about the health situation at the start of the school year and the means of the public hospital, ”warned Anne Hidalgo.

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"The epidemic situation in Ile-de-France is catastrophic"

This proposal follows a topical question asked by Nicolas Bonnet-Oulaldj, the president of the communist group and citizen of the Council of Paris, who denounces the failings of the 'AP-HP and ARS in managing the health crisis. “The epidemic situation in Ile-de-France is catastrophic. We are at 1,000 intensive care admissions, and more than 5,000 hospitalizations: the public hospital is on the verge of saturation. We are not immune to a new confinement, with the dramatic consequences that we know on the population. It is a political failure with a reduction in public freedoms that continues, ”lambasted the elected official, who is fighting for the maintenance of beds in Paris hospitals.

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“A year ago, at our initiative, the Paris Council voted to adopt a moratorium on bed closures and restructuring at AP-HP. Hôtel-Dieu, Bichat, Beaujon, Lariboisière, Trousseau: why has nothing changed? After the fiasco of frost, masks, and now vaccines, we have warned of the need to relocate production, to have public control over this equipment. Once again, the Council of Paris voted on our initiative to lift the patents on vaccines and their entry into the public domain. Again, why has nothing been done? Today we want answers and learn the first lessons from this crisis. "

" There is a great convergence of view on the shortage of beds "

" We share this analysis. More than 90% of intensive care beds are occupied by people with Covid. But we cannot create a commission of inquiry. This is not our role, ”replied the health assistant (EELV), Anne Souyris.

“There is a great convergence of views on the insufficiency of beds and resources. It is a unanimous point that we share, ”added Anne Hidalgo, referring to the meetings within the supervisory commission of the AP-HP where she sits. And to drive home the point: “There have been movements and there are always to demand more resources. This crisis only revealed a situation which was not tenable. The 2021 finance bill reduces the means of the public hospital, which is surprising to say the least. This situation is worrying. "

Nicolas Bonnet-Oulaldj for his part wanted voices other than" those of the government and the AP-HP "to be heard, in particular those" of doctors, staff representatives or economists ".

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The next transfers from Ile-de-France could require major interventions to be deprogrammed © E. Provenzano / 20 Minutes Laurent Petit, head of the surgical resuscitation unit at the Bordeaux University Hospital. EPIDEMIA - The next transfers from Ile-de-France could require the deprogramming of heavy interventions This Sunday in the middle of the day, two patients from the hospital of Meaux (Seine-et-Marne) suffering from Covid -19 will be transferred by plane to CHU Bordeaux .

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