Three names stand out, on this Friday afternoon, in the list of patients with or suspected of Covid-19, who remained at their home but closely monitored by a network of caregivers from Val-d'Oise.
Their symptoms are displayed in red on the on-call team's computer screen.
A 49-year-old woman, taken the same morning, has a severe cough, chills, headache and loss of appetite.
Hélène, 60, suffers from chronic bronchitis which makes her a patient at risk.
Georges breathes uneasily, and this clinical sign attracts the attention of caregivers.
The three patients, confined to the house awaiting the result of their PCR test, will be called back this afternoon.
“They were recorded on the Terr-eSanté digital platform by the nurse in charge of the nasal sample, and they will be followed until their recovery by our recall unit,”
explains Dr. Michel Baux.
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