Offbeat Covid-19. Outbreak of cases in Île-de-France prisons, a worrying situation
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In Île-de-France prison centers, we are witnessing a rebound in the Covid-19 epidemic. This is particularly the case at Fresnes prison (Val-de-Marne), where more than 80 cases, among inmates and staff, have been found to be positive. A situation which prompts the administration to take further precautionary measures.
Cases ofare on the rise in prisons in . This upsurge in the epidemic particularly affects establishments in ( ), ( ) or even Réau ( ).
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Measures to slow the spread of the virus reported on Tuesday, January 26, that sixty inmates and twenty officers tested positive in Fresnes, to which are added 96 contact cases. In Nanterre, thirty cases were identified among the only agents who numbered 200. While in Réau, women are strongly impacted, with eleven positive out of twelve cases.
To combat the epidemic, new measures have been adopted in Fresnes. Both staff and detainees must wear masks and visiting rooms are fitted with glass protections. Numerous tests are being carried out (440 have been carried out in recent days) and contact cases are being kept in isolation.
The controller general of places of deprivation of libertyand informed the Minister of Health in writing. Dominique Simonnot pleads for the early release of detainees close to their release or for the postponement of the incarceration of certain convicts. Measures which have already been taken .
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