US News Future of the Public Hospital: The mobilization of caregivers started in Paris

16:40  04 december  2021
16:40  04 december  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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En réponse à l’appel des syndicats, collectifs et associations, des soignants de toute la France sont attendus à Paris ce samedi pour manifester leur colère. En cause notamment, le manque de moyens et de personnel, qui met en danger l'avenir de l'hôpital public alors qu'une nouvelle vague épidémique touche les établissements de santé. © AFP In response to the call of unions, collectives and associations, caregivers of all France are expected in Paris this Saturday to manifest their anger . In particular, the lack of means and staff, which endangers the future of the public hospital while a new epidemic wave affects health facilities.

The future of the public hospital will be in the heart of the presidential campaign? This is in any case what the many collectives of caregivers hope. This Saturday, a new mobilization takes place everywhere in France. This is particularly the case in Paris, where the protesters found themselves not far from the Ministry of Health. A hundred caregivers were already present around noon on Saturday on Place Vauban where we could already observe the yellow parkas of emergency services, the red ponchos of the CGT, but also the banners of the center of Arles and Péronne.

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This gathering responds to the call of nearby hospitals of Mayenne. There, out of five emergency services, four are closed at night. And this situation symbolizes the abandonment of health in France as well as the lack of staff and means, emphasizes Claire, who has been working for years in a Francilian laboratory. "If it goes on like that there will be no one to treat patients. And that, we do not want because we like our job and we want to do it correctly," she says.

"We will not bear" a new wave

but next to it, dressed in its t-shirt of the healthy health in danger over his kaway, Sophie nod. The trembling voice, the nurse tells back from a two-year burnout. "I am moved because I came back to work in February and I saw that the conditions were completely degraded. My colleagues are at the end of the roller. A new wave arrives quietly and concretely, we will not bear it", ensures she. "We will have to do tris and it is not possible. It's not in our caregiver nature."

The recovery of the Covid-19 epidemic sounds like an ultimatum. Representatives of all caregiver, medical and paramedical staff are expected here to ask for choir and music a New Deal of Health. The procession went to 13 hours and must arrive at 2 pm in front of the Ministry of Solidarities and Health.

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