US News Lead 1-Hospitals of Brazil in Sedaria Sensitia Facing COVID-19
COVID-19: New record in Brazil with more than 4,000 deaths in one day
© Ricardo Moraes, Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, a poster accuses the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro de "Genocide" for his management of the pandemic COVID-19. Brazil continues to sink into the sanitary crisis with the threshold of 4,000 daily deaths from the coronavirus Franchi Tuesday. While hospitals are saturated and the vaccination campaign progresses slowly, Jair Bolsonaro's extreme right president continues to call into question the restrictions imposed by mayors and governors.
Health Coronavirus / Brazil (Lead 1, Photo): Lead 1-Brazil Hospitals in Sedaria Sedaria against COVID-19
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Rio de Janeiro, April 15 (Reuters) - Hospitals across Brazil lacked Thursday sedatives to cure the growing number of people with CVIV-19, information reporting patients severely sick being attached and intubated without being able to receive appropriate products.
This situation accentuates the pressure on President Jair Bolsonaro, while the country of South America is one of the most seriously affected in the world by the coronavirus pandemic.
doctors without borders (MSF) said that the inadequate response of the Brazilian authorities to the health crisis had led to thousands of avoidable deaths and a humanitarian disaster that could still get worse.
Covid-19: Olivier Véran evokes vaccination records while the situation remains tense at
© SIPA The Minister of Health stated that the country had made a record number of injections on Thursday with more than 400,000 doses of inoculated vaccine. The acceleration of the campaign must continue at a time when hospitals are still under strong pressure. The Minister of Health stated that the country had made a record number of injections on Thursday with more than 400,000 doses of inoculated vaccine.
Only the United States deplore more CVIV-19 deaths that Brazil, where the latest official data reported more than 365,000 dead. More than 13.7 million contaminations have been confirmed in the country.
Brazil is the current epicenter of the pandemic, with a daily number of ever equivalent deaths around the world - additional 3,560 dead still have been reported Thursday - and hospitals struggle to handle the growing influx of patients.
Jair Bolsonaro has regularly minimized the dangerousness of coronavirus and opposed the confinement and generalized port of the mask. The far-right leader has only recently mentioned a possible output of sanitary crisis thanks to vaccines.
A Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, the local authorities have arranged the alert on the sedative shortage, the state's health secretary of Sao Paulo, having warned this week that the hospital system was at the edge of the collapse against the number of patients with a serious form of COVID-19.
COVID-19. The pandemic is at a "critical point" and "in full expansion", Alert WHO
© Helmut Fohringer / AFP A COVID unit in a hospital in Austria, on April 12, 2021. WHO estimates that the pandemic Coronavirus reaches a "critical point" because of exponentially increasing infections. But if the right steps were taken by governments, the pandemic could be controlled in a few months.
Critically diseased patients, who generally have difficulty breathing, receive in principle sedatives to be placed under respirator, while the body naturally tends to reject such a procedure.
With the overload of intensive care units, hospitals across the country are forced to set up improvised resuscitation beds, often without the necessary equipment or expertise.
According to the global television channel, several patients from a Rio hospital have been intubated by being attached to their beds without the appropriate sedatives. The municipality of Rio assured that alternative products were administered and that contention tools were used only when this was the recommendation of physicians.
Lots of sedatives were expected during the day in Rio, also said the municipality.
(Leandra Camera and Pedro Fonseca; French version Jean Terzian)
in India, a fire in a hospital in Bombay makes 13 dead among Covid-19 .
© COPYRIGHT 2021, the Obs thirteen patients of COVID-19 died this Friday, April 23 in the fire. A hospital in the suburbs of Bombay, a drama adding to the sanitary disaster which overwhelms India where the number of contaminations beats records . Fire, now extinguished, started approximately 3 hours (21h30 GMT on Thursday) and its causes are being investigated, AFP said a fire manager.