Martinique was restrained, with an increase in “meteor” cases in Guadeloupe

Health condition “Getting worse” In Martinique and Govit-19 figures “Explosive” On the island, the prince announced a new prison term for at least three weeks from 7pm on Friday, July 28th. In Guadeloupe, where a health emergency was declared on Wednesday, the regional health agency is warning of improvement “Dazzling” Pollution

This epidemic, which affects the entire French landscape, is not limited to foreign lands. 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 welcome 992 patients, with 91 new additions from Tuesday, the previous day 978, and 859 more than a week ago. The number of people admitted to the hospital started a few days ago, up from 7,208 patients on Wednesday to 7,137 on Tuesday. The number of positive cases registered reached a high of 27,934 on Wednesday (26,871 Tuesday) after April 28. The positive rate was stable at 4.1%. The disease killed 40 patients in twenty-four hours in the hospital, for a total of 111,768 deaths since the onset of the epidemic.

  • Martinique was re-imprisoned

Martinique leader Stanislas Cassells announced the island’s new prison on Wednesday night from 7pm on Friday 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 hositalier universitaire de Martinique] Has reached enrichment level “, Also quotes a press release from the province of Martinique.

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 Cassells noted that it is necessary to bring a certificate to go beyond the 10km radius from home. He noted that all businesses are open and wearing a mask is generally respected, but restaurants are closed on the other hand. The latter, as well as sports halls and sports halls, will be maintained by the Special Govt-19 Area Unemployment and Solidarity Fund, which specifies the state.

Martinique went from 2,241 positive cases last week to 3,537 cases, noting that the upward trend has been confirmed with the 1,100 positive cases already reported in the first two days of the week. The incidence rate of Govit-19 increases from 280 cases per 100,000 population to 995. “Controlling the virus seems urgent because the Martinique population is less immune, generally older, and therefore more vulnerable than in areas where Covit-19 was more prevalent and the vaccination rate was higher.”, Again underlining the province.

  • In Guadeloupe, there is concern about an increase in “meteorites” in ARS cases

Regional Health Agency warns of improvement as Guadeloupe declares health emergency on Wednesday “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.Valerie Denex, director general of ARS First Agencies France-Press, said.

The number of confirmed cases in Guadeloupe from July 19 to 25 was 1,072 against 281 in the previous week. In addition, the positive rate (ratio of positive cases compared to the number of persons tested) which was 10% during this period is skyrocketing during these periods, which is 15.6% in the first three days. This week. Concerns are high that vaccine protection is low in the archipelago, with only 21% of the population receiving the first injection. “This is a dazzling increase., Condemns mMe Denex

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 classified as at risk for many chronic diseases, high obesity rate or significant age 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. … “There are some too many people among them who say nonsense. Clearly, they endanger the Guadeloupe because they encourage people not to be vaccinated when they are weak, or they prevent the overall unity of the territory., Condemns Valérie Denux.

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