September 23, 2021

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Martinique was re-arrested and Guadeloupe re-enforced the curfew

Health condition “Getting worse” In Martinique and Govit-19 figures “Explosive” Wednesday, July 28, Friday night from 7pm on the island where a new prison has been announced for at least three weeks. In Guadeloupe, facing progress “Dazzling” Pollution, a health emergency was declared on Wednesday and a curfew order was issued from 9pm to 5am.

Not only foreign sectors and territories were affected by this epidemic which affected the entire French landscape. On Wednesday, nearly 1,000 patients who became ill with a severe form of Govit-19 were being treated at critical care services, according to health reports, when contaminants exploded. Critical care services see 992 patients, up from 859 a week ago. The number of positive cases registered on Wednesday reached nearly 28,000, its highest level since April 28. The positive ratio (the proportion of positive cases compared to the number of persons tested) was consistent at 4.1%. The disease killed 40 patients in the hospital in 24 hours, bringing the total to 112,000 deaths since the outbreak.

  • Martinique was re-imprisoned

Martinique’s President Stanislas Casells announced on Wednesday that it would tighten health measures on the island from 7 a.m. for at least three weeks. “We are worried, the health situation is deteriorating and the Govt-19 figures are exploding”, Pledged allegiance to Oliver Goudin, Deputy Director of the Regional Health Agency (ARS), and Stanislas Cassells at a press conference. “This increase has implications for the number of emergencies, hospitalizations and intensive care: CHUM [Centre hospitalier universitaire de Martinique] Has reached enrichment level “, Also quotes a press release from the province of Martinique.

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As a result, the curfew in effect in Martinique from 9pm to 7pm will be reduced to 5am with severe traffic conditions, the collector said. “First prisons were able to significantly reduce pollution rates: 45 % Average “. Stanislas Casells noted that it is necessary to bring the certificate to go beyond the 10 km radius around the house. He noted that all businesses would remain open and that wearing masks would be generally respected, but on the other hand, restaurants would be closed. For the latter, sports halls and stadiums, the special Govt-19 area guarantees to that province that unemployment and solidarity funds will be maintained.

Martinique recorded 3,537 positive cases, up from 2,241 in the previous week, indicating that the upward trend has been confirmed. The incidence rate of Govit-19 increases from 280 cases per 100,000 population to 995. “Control of the virus appears to be more urgent as the population of Martinique has a lower immunity, usually older, and therefore much weaker, than in areas where Govt-19 is highly prevalent and has a high vaccination rate.”, Again underlining the province.

  • Breaking operations in Guadeloupe

A health emergency was declared at the Guadeloupe Department on Wednesday “Breaking Activities” Introduced by the province, the curfew order was first enforced from 9pm to 5am on Friday. Only events and sporting events will be recognized “Within a maximum of 50 athletes” From this date, Mention the province on Twitter. Finally, the movement of unvaccinated people between Guadeloupe and the metropolis is only possible if a compelling reason is justified from Monday, August 2nd.

The Regional Health Service (ARS) warns of improvement “Dazzling” Pollution in the field. “It’s violent. There have been three cases from one week to the next that never happened in previous waves., Notes Valerie Denex, director general of ARS. The number of confirmed cases in Guadeloupe from July 19 to 25 was 1,072, up from 281 the previous week. Concerns are high that vaccine protection is low in the archipelago, with only 21% of the population receiving the first injection.

This fourth wave has also been confirmed at Pointe–Pitre University Hospital, which fears reaching the concentration point. The white project was prompted in the company to mobilize new resources, but the maximum capacity was limited to about 70 beds. This situation is of great concern as 30% of the Guadeloupe population is characterized by a high risk of multiple chronic diseases, obesity or significant aging of the population.

At the Department, this fourth wave occurs in an environment that competes around health pass and vaccine duty. The health branch of the General Union of Guadeloupe Workers (UDS-UGTG) has been organizing rallies over the past two Saturdays, gathering hundreds of people in front of the CHU, and preparing for the third in Pass-Terre on July 31. …

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World with AFP