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Crime Coronavirus in the Territoire de Belfort: The supervision of an extended nursing home

16:40  01 august  2020
16:40  01 august  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The placement under temporary administration of the nursing home of Valdoie ( Territoire-de-Belfort ), in which about thirty residents and a nursing assistant died during the coronavirus crisis, was extended by three months, the Departmental Council announced on Friday. This facility was first placed under provisional administration at the height of the epidemic in early April.

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The final report of the administrators "highlights the structural difficulties in the care of residents, in the management and in terms of management of the nursing home (accommodation facility for dependent elderly people)", noted in a press release the Departmental Council of the Territory of Belfort.

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The Burgundy-Franche-Comté Regional Health Agency and the Departmental Council have therefore extended “the suspension of the authorization issued to the SERVIR association for the management of the Rosemontoise nursing home” in Valdoise . The provisional administration of this retirement home will therefore be extended from August 7 for a period of three months. About thirty of the 115 residents of the La Rosemontoise nursing home have died from Covid-19.

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Last week, the Belfort public prosecutor's office opened a criminal investigation for "manslaughter" after the death of a 53-year-old nurse who had contracted the virus. The complaint from Patricia Boulak's family is the first in France concerning the death of a caregiver as a result of Covid-19, according to Me Fabien Arakélian who defends more than thirty families of nursing home residents who died of the virus in France. The son of a resident of La Rosemontoise nursing home who died during the epidemic also lodged a complaint.

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