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World Coronavirus in the Val-de-Marne: boxes of masks facing the "total shortage"

01:40  08 april  2020
01:40  08 april  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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"You have the email, do you?" Not Yvonne. Then the liberal nurse waited on the parking lot of the technical services of the Department, in Créteil, to wait on her mobile for the precious missive. "People must come on a specific date and time," insists Judith Billard, director of logistics at the Val-de-Marne Department. With the lack of masks that are everywhere, we pay attention. We organize everything. »

To obtain the precious protections, it was therefore necessary to show a white leg on Tuesday afternoon. At the entrance to the site, two men controlled the motorists and their summons. Before a second check, against the hangar a little further, where the representatives of municipalities, associations, businesses or establishments stopped to collect a few boxes of masks.

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mask More than 88,000 units were distributed in a few hours, by the Val-de-Marne departmental council, to "those who fight daily to help the elderly, the disabled and the poorest. " Or 122 priority home support and assistance services (Saad), 24 independent residences for the elderly and 11 homes for the disabled.

"Some people are very affected psychologically and prefer to stop"

"And you do not have a little hydroalcoholic gel? No ? No problem, we'll do with what we have, ”says a bit resignedly, Amar. The manager of the Home Assistance and Relay company, based in Gentilly, still left with nearly 400 masks. "Some are already out of date," he says. But we do with what we are given. "

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And during a pandemic, this package is" real breath of fresh air ":" With us, it's a pain. Real distress in masks. We have to do with the means at hand. Our employees are however on the front line facing the sick. Some are very affected psychologically and prefer to stop.

The "total shortage" also affects communities. Deputy general manager at the town hall of Chevilly-Larue, Patricia Durand was entitled to 130 masks: “Enough to last a week for our home help teams. For the other municipal services, the civil servant refers to "the D system" and the little hands mobilized to remedy the "delay in switching on the state". Like these carnival seamstresses who make protections against the Covid-19.

"And then, it is towards us, the municipalities, that people speak first," breathes Patricia Durant. Each time a minister addresses the issue of the mask, we receive calls from the town hall. We are criticized for not providing what is promised on TV. »

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300,000 masks distributed by the region

The departmental council does not have a monopoly on masks in Val-de-Marne. “The region has distributed more than 300,000, reminds Laurent Jeanne, regional and municipal councilor (Libres!) In Champigny, and responsible for distribution for the cities of Paris-Est-Marne and Bois. We made the choice to give them directly to the mayors: it is to them that the needs go.

In Créteil, Tuesday, the jackpot undoubtedly returned to Sid. More than 7,500 masks were given to him for the association of associations of good aging in Île-de-France, housed in Saint-Maur. They too had to deal with “coping” with coronaviruses: “Two people from here are from China. With their contacts, we were able to bring in 1,000 masks in an emergency. With these new boxes, his organization recovers "the equivalent of a week and a half, no more".

In Val-de-Marne, as everywhere else, those most exposed to the epidemic had to rack their brains to protect themselves. "I found an old stock of masks that we had been given at the time of the H1N1 flu," explains Yvonne, the liberal nurse from Saint-Maur. Without that, I don't know how I would have done it. A colleague worked with DIY masks recovered by her husband. »

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