This Wednesday, Prefect Jack Billand, who met with the island’s mayors on January 12, announced that he was considering three options for dealing with the epidemic that has been raging for weeks in La Runion. Reducing the 7pm curfew order is being considered, but the ruler has not ruled out rebuilding the island on weekends or rebuilding populations throughout the week, as was the case in August 2021. Further consultation with the economic world will take place this Thursday to discuss the various options at the table. The decision of the prefect will be taken after this consultation (explanatory photo rb / www.ipreunion.com)
While Govt-19 figures are still breaking records this week, tightening of health restrictions is widely expected in La Runion. A partial or total restructuring will undoubtedly have severe economic consequences for the island’s companies.
As with every (re) imprisonment, you have to choose between health and economy. This is a dilemma that the prefect leader has to solve in this situation.
According to health officials, imprisonment after four weeks will have consequences only to have an impact on the health condition and help reduce the number of pollutants. It was a long time, especially after a two-year deficit, that brought great privacy to the brink of psychological exhaustion and a good part of the economic world was on the verge of bankruptcy.
Yet according to health officials, if only identification measures are taken, curfew order reduction, reinforced restrictions …, it will not help much. The galactic decline of the health condition Is here to prove it last week. In a single day this Wednesday, approximately 5,000 cases were identified by the ARS. The figure was announced during a meeting with the mayors. Health officials have also confirmed that the revitalization services are still complete.
– “Imprisonment beyond hospital saturation” –
On the part of some health professionals, in any case it is a re-control, which is desirable in an attempt to manage the “meteoric decay” of the health condition. From January 11, 50 Govt-19 patients were resuscitated, 90 beds out of a total of 100 beds are occupied. During a press conference last week, Philip Aquitaine, CHU Sud’s medical director for the crisis, said it was necessary. Tighten the braking action further, Or rearrange the island. “I prefer imprisonment to hospitalization,” he pointed out.
Currently, activities are planned to allow for the opening of new revitalized beds. “The continuous increase in enrollment and the number of occupied beds will have a greater impact on our health system and we need to plan for further enhancement in resuscitation and medicine,” officials warned.
La Rooney is under curfew from 9pm to 5am. From January 1, 2022. Ineffective control as the numbers on the island continue to deteriorate. The last imprisonment is before August 2021 6 pm curfew on weekdays and partial imprisonment The weekend was decided. At the time, the incidence rate was over 400 cases per 100,000 population, far from 2,639 this week.
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