deconfinement

Sortir de la crise sanitaire par la protection ciblée

Ce mardi 24 novembre, Emmanuel Macron, doit annoncer une sortie du second confinement qui contraint toute l’économie et la société française et engendre des pathologies graves : isolement des personnes les plus fragiles créant dépressions ou suicides, augmentation des mortalités de pathologies habituellement classiques (arrêts cardiaques hors milieux hospitalier, fractures de

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Covid-19: Is it over or not?

Covid-19: Is it over or not?

Resuscitation, death, contamination... Almost 15 days after deconfinement, these indicators are rather positive. However, the authorities judge that it is too early to draw conclusions. And this, despite the opinion of scientists who no longer hesitate to say that the Covid-19 epidemic is behind us. Especially since there is news

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Deconfinement: Children talking to adults

Some kids have everything, some kids have almost nothing. In France, as in other countries, not everyone experiences confinement in the same way, of course, so great is the diversity of the regions. Many, well housed, will see family ties grow stronger. Others, large families in small spaces, are waiting with their children to be reunited.

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Letter to my grandchildren

On Tuesday, May 12th, I should be at school... eight weeks after I left you in shock and awe. I should be in school and I don't know what our school will be like then... Will there be white marks drawn in front of each class, one metre apart so that

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The 'Instits' question

May 11, 2020 is the date set by the government for the gradual reopening of schools. In a note of 20 April (1), the Scientific Council recommends to the government the reopening of schools and establishments in September, indicating in another specific opinion that the decision to

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Would blanket containment be a mistake?

Would blanket containment be a mistake?

Professor Jean-François Toussaint, professor of physiology, doctor at Hôtel-Dieu and Director of the IRMES, has been scrutinizing with his team of statisticians, since the very beginning of the epidemic, the avalanches of data coming to him from all over the world. For him, generalized containment would prove ineffective and lead to immense collateral damage.

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