Before the attack, eleven days of gear – Liberation

In her checkered notebook, Célia (1), 13, carefully noted her course on press freedom. In red pen, student of 4e 5 wrote: “Situation dilemma: to be Charlie or not to be Charlie.» This Monday, October 5, Samuel Paty, professor of history and geography at the Collège du Bois-d’Aulne in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine (Yvelines), chose to raise the […]

Good kisses from Guyana (with a mask)

At the age of 27, in order to get a change of scenery and to leave the hospitals of the metropolis for a while, Arthur (1) had chosen a medical internship in Guyana for the summer of 2020. It was just before the pandemic: “I chose my period well, you will tell me: after the […]

“A virus that feasts” – Release

While watching the videos from Florida, where religious maniacs denounce the health authorities by explaining that wearing a mask is an attack on their divine capacity to breathe, some of us laughed nervously. Others nodded: “This country is completely barred.” It will not have taken a month to understand that we have nothing to envy […]

Coronavirus in the Yvelines. 106-year-old dean of an Ehpad survived Covid-19

Hélène Lefèvre, resident of Ehpad Richard in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine (Yvelines) has recovered from the Covid-19 that she was diagnosed with a few weeks ago. According to information from Parisian, she tested positive on April 15 and needed no hospitalization. A great story for a 106 year old woman. “Our dean is a very alert woman who […]

Covid-19: which departments deplore the most deaths?

Question asked on 03/26/2020 There is a more recent version of this article, readable here Hello, You asked us which departments were the most seriously affected by the new coronavirus. In a map dated Wednesday, Public Health France (which reports to the Ministry of Health) identifies the number of deaths in hospitals due to Covid-19 […]

Covid-19: which departments have the most deaths?

Hello, France had, Tuesday evening March 31, 3,523 deaths (499 more than the day before) in hospitals due to the epidemic of Covid-19, according to Public Health France. The agency updates a death card daily to provide a breakdown by department. This Wednesday morning, the data (dated Tuesday) were as follows: the Haut-Rhin remains the […]

“The great inventory of flagrant untruths about chloroquine”

End of February 2020. The first Frenchman who had not recently traveled abroad died in the Oise. For doctors worried about what’s going on in China, this is the red alert. Despite posters posted by Agnès Buzyn at airports, the coronavirus has entered French territory. No one knew at the time how it would be […]

“The elephant in the room” – Liberation

This diary started just before confinement, four weeks ago, and yet I barely touched on “The elephant in the room”, “The elephant in the room”. This English expression indicates an important, obvious, possibly risky subject, of which everyone notes the existence but which nobody dares to mention, for fear of the consequences. Our elephant is […]

Coronavirus: on Facebook, nurses organize their networks

Alice (1) and her friend met on the benches of nursing school. In 2018, they created an Instagram account dedicated to their profession. On Nursesvibes (almost 6,000 subscribers), we usually give tutorials to provide care, or we advise students on their orientation. However, since the start of the coronavirus epidemic, the program has radically changed. […]