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This decision was taken to "be able to ensure the permanence of emergency care", indicates the management of the establishmentHEALTH - This decision was taken to "be able to ensure the permanence of emergency care", indicates the management of the establishment
It adapts to him also to the surge in cases. At, has just announced that it is postponing “all planned surgeries and hospitalizations in the medical service” over the next twelve days to respond to the local outbreak of
This decision was taken to "be able to ensure the permanence of emergency care", faced "with record positivity and incidence rates, also impacting nursing staff", also specified the management of the health establishment. .
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The 45 beds of the intensive care unit of the CHU de Nice are filled according to Ghislaine Raouafi, secretary of the CGT at the Pasteur hospital © V.
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The incidence rate, that is to say the number of daily cases per 100,000 inhabitants, now exceeds 735 in the Nice metropolis. This is more than three times the national average (which stands at 190). It stands at 588 in the Alpes-Maritimes.
Over the next two weekends, residents of Nice, like 90% of the inhabitants of the Alpes-Maritimes, will be asked. A measure of , unprecedented in metropolitan France, was decided.
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The most affected department in France is subject to new restrictions © SYSPEO / SIPA At Simone-Veil hospital, in Cannes (Illustration) HEALTH CRISIS - The most affected department in France is subject to new restrictions Over the next two weekends, 90% of Azuréens will be required to avoid unnecessary travel . A measure of partial and localized confinement, unprecedented in metropolitan France , decided in the face of an outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic.