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Île-de-France: the regional health agency orders hospitals and clinics to deprogram 40% of their activities

2021-03-08T11:31:36.440Z

The goal is to increase the number of intensive care beds dedicated to Covid-19 patients. The regional health agency (ARS) of Île-de-France has given “ the firm order ” to hospitals and clinics in the Paris region to deprogram 40% of their medical and surgical activities, to increase the number of intensive care beds dedicated to patients. patients with Covid-19, its managing director, Aurélien Rousseau, said on Monday. With 973 patients currently in intensive care for “ less than 1,0



The regional health agency (ARS) of Île-de-France has given “

the firm order

” to hospitals and clinics in the Paris region to deprogram 40% of their medical and surgical activities, to increase the number of intensive care beds dedicated to patients. patients with Covid-19, its managing director, Aurélien Rousseau, said on Monday.

With 973 patients currently in intensive care for “

less than 1,050 beds

” available, “

we are in a situation of very strong tension

,” Aurélien Rousseau told AFP, wishing that the new target set at 1,577 beds be “

reached during next week

”.

Source: lefigaro

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