The chief doctor of Kommunarki commented on the publication about the dead bodies found at the hospital

The head physician of the Moscow hospital in Kommunark Denis Protsenko said that packages for transporting the bodies of the dead were found a kilometer from the medical facility, but emphasized that they did not have medical records. The police, according to Mr. Protsenko, finds out the circumstances of the incident. Earlier, Readovka reported that passersby found trash bags with medical records and biological waste near the hospital.

“I want to comment on the publications that have appeared online now. Outside of our territory, a kilometer from the hospital packages were found for transporting the bodies of the dead. Reports that medical records of patients were also found are not true, ”Mr Protsenko wrote on Facebook.

The doctor added that all the documentation necessary for determining the causes of the incident was handed over to the police. “Establishing the circumstances of what happened are in the competence of law enforcement agencies. Corresponding events are already being held on this fact. The procedure for issuing the bodies of the dead is strictly regulated by law. All the necessary information and documentation about the algorithm, as well as those to whom they were issued, is available in the hospital and handed over to law enforcement agencies to establish the reasons for what happened, ”Mr. Protsenko said.

Readovka reported earlier that on June 28, passersby found garbage bags near the hospital in Kommunarka, containing “medical records, documentation for deceased patients, tags from corpses and contaminated blood”. According to eyewitnesses, part of the bags lay near the flyover, while others carried the wind to apartment buildings, recreation areas and the Malaya Sosenka River. The interlocutors of the publication said that they took the packages to the nearest building, where the “red zone” turned out. Readovka published photos of the bags, and a video that allegedly recorded a dialogue with hospital staff.


Egyptian artist Abdullah Musharraf leaves the hospital – Erm News

Source: Salah Hassan – Toss News

The Egyptian artist, Abdullah Musharraf, left the hospital, after his health condition, which he had suffered over the past two days, had stabilized.

The Egyptian artist, Ashraf Zaki, the actor’s captain, said that Abdullah Musharraf left Cairo Specialist Hospital on Saturday, after receiving the necessary treatment for his condition, pointing out that he is currently in good health.

Regarding the case of the Egyptian artist, Rajaa El-Jeddawi, who has been fighting Corona virus for more than a month inside Abu Khalifa Hospital for Sanitary Insulation, he said that her health condition is stable as it is, asking the public to pray for her.

Ashraf Zaki assured the public and the artists about his health, after having recently undergone a brace in the heart, explaining that he had started to recover.

It is noteworthy that the artist Abdullah Musharraf, who suffered a health crisis recently, was disclosed by Ashraf Zaki in a special statement to “Erm News”, that his family contacted him and a room was provided for him in Cairo Specialist Hospital, explaining that the medical team treating him was suspected of stroke Abdullah in The brain, denying that he had been infected with the Coronavirus.


From Delhi to Bombay, the hospitals are assaulted by the pandemic

For Mandeep Singh, consultant in Delhi, calls to the emergency line of the public hospital, Ganga Ram rang in the void. After an initial consultation in the general hospital, he was trying to point out that her father-in-law, 67-year-old, had been tested positive to the Covid-19. “From there, the medical management has not worked “, he said.

→ ANALYSIS. In India, a containment two-speed

His family then attempts to contact the private hospitals which, due to lack of space, the return to Ganga Ram for an admission. Barely lost. On 5 June, the fever of the father-in-law goes out of control. Mandeep Singh puts in his car and is desperately the tour of the hospital, begging the doctors. When one of them agrees finally to treat his father-in-law, it is too late. The latter died a few hours later.

95 000 beds in intensive care to 1.3 billion people

“This incident is not isolated, highlights Mandeep Singh, who, since then, has received many testimonials similar. Hospitals of Delhi fail to respond to the crisis. If you are sick, better to stay at home and die with dignity. “

If in Delhi, the hospitals seem to be overwhelmed, although the authorities claim to have more room, Mumbai (” indianized ” in Mumbai, editor’s NOTE), dense city and the most affected by the pandemic, the health system is already at saturation point. “He is yet of the two cities with the best health system in the country, says Ramanan Laxminarayan, director of the Centre for Disease Dynamics. And even more than the beds or the fans, it is the doctors that come running out. “

In this country of 1.3 billion people, there are only 95 000 beds in intensive care, four times less than in Italy. “If the pandemic intensifies, the demand for intensive care will overwhelm the health system “warning , dr. Soumitra Ghosh, from the Centre of health at the Tata Institute of social sciences (printed cloth), Mumbai. With nearly 10 000 new cases per day, the curve of infections soars, hits the mark of 300 000 cases. The exponential progression will continue, as the government has released containment is strict, which paralyzed the economy for more than two months.

Nothing in Delhi, half-a-million infections should be déplorées at the end of July, according to the alert, this week, the local authorities will have to find 80 000 more beds. “And the screening tests are far from being satisfactory “says dr. Soumitra Ghosh.

Suspicions about the veracity of the official figures

Friday, June 12, the supreme Court sharply rebuked Delhi, stating that the treatment of the patients was “worse than animals “and asking why the tests had increased from 7 000 to 5 000 per day. Of suspicions on the veracity of the official figures (read below). In Delhi, between the declarations of places of burial and those of the authorities, a gap of 1 000 deaths recently brought to light, a difference from simple to double.

The authorities would seek to hide the scale of the pandemic ? “There is a tendency of States and of the government wanting to project a better image than the reality “says Srinivas Rajkumar, a doctor at the AIIMS, the public hospital, the most prestigious award of India. Punished for criticising the quality of protective masks distributed to the hospital, he denounces the strategy of groping authorities. “These are all breaches of the health system in India, which are rendered visible by the pandemic “, “he says.

This system delivers now a race against the clock. He calls to the aid the private sector, because you have to make beds, whatever the cost. Attempts to conserve resources at times prove to be a sad face in Delhi, who attempted to deny access to hospitals to non-residents. At Bombay, on the other hand, a hospital of 1 000 beds could be fitted in two weeks.

Everyone knows that the worst is yet to come. “The pandemic will continue to swell, and the health crisis will last a long time, writes Ramanan Laxminarayan. The immunity of the Indians is no different from any other. And India being a big country, the number of infections and deaths the risk to logically be more important than elsewhere. “


The pandemic of Covid-19 in India

– With over 10,000 new cases in 24 hours, India has made state, Friday 12 June, a total of 298 283 confirmed cases of infection with the coronavirus. The country, in many cases, becomes the fourth most affected by the pandemic behind the United States, Russia and Brazil.

Officially, 8 498 Indians had died of the Covid-19 Friday, June 12, a balance sheet which places India at 11e rank. Its mortality rate is 2.9 %.

– India leads to less screening tests per capita than the ten other most affected countries, with only 3.9 tests per 1 000 inhabitants.

– With 52 445 cases in Bombay (17.6 %) and 34 687 cases in Delhi (up 11.6 %), the two main metropolises, which are respectively 18.4 million and 16.3 million inhabitants, account for nearly 30 % of cases in India.


In Belgium, the hospitals of the Brothers of Charity want to continue the euthanasia

The Belgian organization of the Brothers of Charity has been preached by the Vatican, which has deprived it of the right to present itself as “Catholic”, and intends to continue to carry out euthanasia in its psychiatric hospitals.

“We do not see the need to adjust our operations on a practical level (…) because we are convinced that we are acting correctly”, affirms, in a press release, this association which manages, in Belgium, the works of the religious congregation of Brothers of Charity.

→ READ. In Belgium, the works of the Brothers of Charity will no longer be “Catholic”

In 2017, she had indeed decided to admit euthanasia for her psychiatric patients, justifying her decision by the desire to comply with Belgian law after a Flemish Catholic retirement home was forced to pay a fine for refusing euthanasia to a 74-year-old patient with lung cancer.

“We think we act with maximum respect for life”

According to Mattias Devriendt, head of communications for the association, the 20-odd euthanasia practiced since then in their 12 psychiatric hospitals (1) nevertheless testifies to “a vision more strict than that indicated by Belgian law, very flexible “

But it is obviously already too much in the eyes of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which recalled “the moral unacceptability of euthanasia” and “the impossibility of introducing this practice in Catholic hospitals”.

For Raf De Rycke, president of the Brothers of Charity association, this is a ” point of view ” which can evolve over time and take better account of the context. “On this complex issue, we believe we act with maximum respect for life, he explains to The cross. We remain convinced that our vision of euthanasia has a pastoral content which is fully in line with Christian personalism. “

“It’s euthanasia that it’s about”

He also believes that Brother René Stockman, superior general of the Brothers of Charity, who sits in Rome, would use the pretext of euthanasia to settle his accounts with the Belgian branch of his congregation, of which he was provincial from 1994 to 2000, after being responsible for his mental hospitals.

In doing so, said Raf De Rycke, the superior general would be acting in violation of the principle of subsidiarity when the Belgian religious members of the association’s board of directors had approved the orientation text allowing euthanasia.

An accusation rejected by Brother Stockman, of which Raf De Rycke was the assistant in the 1990s before succeeding him as head of psychiatric care for the organization. “It’s euthanasia it’s all about, he corrects. It is this subject which, for three years, has been at the heart of the meetings that we have had with the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the Congregation for the Institutes of Consecrated Life and the Secretary of State. “

“You can’t touch life”

He also recalls that, in 2018, the general chapter which re-elected him for a fourth term as head of the Brothers of Charity had “clearly confirmed that one cannot touch life”. “This is not my personal vision but that of the whole chapter”, he insisted, while recognizing that all religious may not agree.

In October 2018, following this chapter, he had not renewed the terms of directors of two religious who had approved the organization’s decision to practice euthanasia. Which makes the organization say that it would not have the support of the Belgian province. “In religious life, a province cannot say that the decisions of a general chapter are not for it”, nevertheless recalls the religious.

In this story, it is not impossible that the will to settle scores is hidden with a figure labeled as “conservative” after having engaged in the Belgian debate on euthanasia, especially when it was a question of open this possibility to psychiatric patients, of whom Brother Stockman is a recognized specialist.

A very secularized Flemish Catholicism

“We cannot exclude the will to attack a personality opposed to what is seen, by large swathes of a liberal and very secularized Flemish Catholicism, as a normal evolution of society”, says an observer of Belgian Catholicism.

Not imagining this drift of Flemish Catholicism at the time of forming the association to which they entrusted their works, the Brothers of Charity were undoubtedly careless in not foreseeing that the decision could one day escape them.

The decisions are now taken within a board of directors where they are a minority, they know today that they will have to give up works yet at the heart of the action of the congregation from its foundation in the early nineteenth century in Ghent. Works that also enabled the Belgian province to finance numerous solidarity projects around the world.

The battle will move on the judicial front

Raf De Ryke said the superior general feared that this important source of funding for the work of his congregation around the world would disappear. Except that solidarity within an international religious congregation cannot be limited by secular borders.

Theological and moral, the battle is therefore likely to move on the legal front, and in particular on the key question of the ownership of psychiatric hospitals.

For Brother Stockman, these are the property of another association under Belgian law still controlled by the religious and separate from the organization now breaking with the congregation. For Raf De Rycke, the situation is more complex, the goods belonging to the Belgian region of the Brothers of Charity which makes them available to the organization thanks to long-term leases which are difficult to question.

“Brothers of Charity”: “a name we have the right to use”

“We are currently consulting lawyers. A solution through open and constructive dialogue seems difficult to me, even if we will make every effort possible “, he said, recalling that “Belgian civil law must prevail over Church law”.

He also said that there was no question of questioning the name of the organization Brothers of Charity, which was a source of confusion with the eponymous religious congregation. “We explicitly chose to keep it last year, he explains. It is a known name in Belgium that we believe we have the right to use. “


“Health” announces a new strategy for fever and chest hospitals with sucking

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Health reveals 6 tips to prevent complications from dust storms

The Ministry of Health and Population directed to raise the degree of readiness to the highest level in all hospitals at the republic level, to intensify ambulances on the main roads and axes, and to convene a crisis and emergency room around the clock, coinciding with the meteorological agency’s warnings of the country being subjected to a dust storm within hours.

Day 7 reviews the Ministry of Health advice to prevent health complications For dust storms that the country is exposed to over the coming hours, especially for patients with chronic diseases, pregnant women, allergies and chest diseases to avoid complications.

1- Dealing with immunizations and medications to protect the body, especially children under 5 years of age, those over the age of 65 years, pregnant women, and those with chronic diseases.

2- Avoid strong odors such as perfumes, air fresheners, dust and car exhaust, pay attention to warm drinks and drink more water..

3- It is preferable not to leave the house on the days it spreads Storms And dust only for emergency conditions.

4- The nose should be covered .

5- It is preferable to stay away from pets that have thick hair because they irritate the airways.

6- The patient with chest diseases should stop smoking of all kinds.


Charity is not confined to the bedside of patients admitted to hospitals

If I understand the price that the presence of spiritual support can have for a dying person, I nevertheless feel that I disagree with the reader who is indignant that priests and chaplains are at this moment removed from the bedside of the sick (letters to readers of the March 26). How many of us, how many around the world will die, if we let it happen?

Charity commands, it is a fact, but charity is not confined to the bedside of the sick admitted to hospitals, and the apostolate of priests is exercised on all fronts with equal importance. Let us wish the sick a distance assistance but do not demand from the priests that they risk a precious life for all the faithful.

Claude Malherbe


Why does California have low COVID-19 numbers in the US drama? – Telemundo 52

LOS ANGELES – Early confinement and other prevention measures promoted by the state government have allowed California, with more than 40 million inhabitants and some 300 deaths from COVID-19, to become an example of how to deal with the coronavirus pandemic in United States.

So far, the nation’s largest metropolis, Los Angeles, with more than 10 million citizens, has recorded fewer than 6,000 cases and 132 deaths, far from New York City, which has 8 and a half million inhabitants. and it has confirmed some 130,000 infections and more than 4,000 deaths.

“California has been doing quite well in the COVID-19 pandemic, with a relatively low number of infected per 100,000 people and a low death rate,” said Professor Karin Michels, head of the Department of Epidemiology at the School of Public Health, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).


California Governor Gavin Newsom was one of the first in the country to enact relatively strict confinement, allowing only “essential” activities such as going to the grocery store and pharmacy, and exercising respect for safety distances between people.

In contrast, eight states – Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, South Carolina, Utah, and Wyoming – have not mandated their residents to stay home.

“The governor issued ‘home security’ and ‘shelter’ orders relatively quickly. Universities like UCLA and other large employers closed even earlier and sent people to work, teach and study from home,” said Michels, who has extensive experience in disease prevention, public health and statistical methods.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, California schools may continue to be closed until the end of August.

Newsom also took the initiative to decree the closure of schools, which will remain closed until next year, as a preventive measure; in asking President Donald Trump to send a hospital ship to Los Angeles to support local hospitals before it reached a hypothetical peak in the number of cases, which has not yet occurred; and in closing the state’s beaches and parks.

Another point that seems to have helped so far in the exceptional case of California against COVID-19, according to experts, is the low population density of the state, which reduces the possibility of contagion and allows better compliance with the rules of social distancing.

 Despite having a large population, Californians do not live in
as dense as New Yorkers. Cities spread with
Few skyscrapers: Relative to other states, many more people in
 California lives in houses, not in apartment buildings or buildings
high, “summarizes Michels, who is based on data from a study of his


California has had a much lower per capita death rate than most of the nation’s largest states, with the exception of Texas.

“The state has a low average age and a high
density of healthcare facilities, which may have contributed to
 the low mortality rate, “explained Michels.

According to a recent study published in The Lancet, the mortality rate among those infected with 20 years of age is 0.03%, while for those 70 years of age it is 8.6%.

Cautious tone

 Californian authorities have projected alarming numbers in the
recent weeks, although so far those estimates have not been

Newsom himself foresaw two weeks ago that more than half the state’s population, or about 25 million people, would become infected, so he begged its residents to follow the guidelines to the letter.

For his part, the mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, did not hesitate to forecast that the city “would follow in the footsteps of New York” in number of cases, a catastrophic scenario that is still far away.

COVID-19 affects children differently than adults. This is what the doctors say in the following video.

The United States on Monday exceeded 10,000 deaths from coronavirus, with 10,335 and almost 350,000 infected, making it the third country with the most deaths after Italy and Spain, according to the count of the Center for Systems, Science and Engineering (CSSE) from Johns Hopkins University (Maryland).

The new data is known after this Sunday
President Donald Trump, during his usual daily press conference,
make sure “this will probably be the hardest week, between this
week and next, and there will be a lot of death. ”

The state of New York, the great epicenter of the pandemic in the United States, accumulates with these latest figures a total of 4,758 deaths and 130,689 confirmed cases of COVID-19, compared to just over 122,000 that it had a day earlier.


Covibox, born between Roubaix and Tourcoing, protection against the virus in Parisian hospitals

It is a heavy act, but essential to save the patients most affected by the coronavirus. When they need to be ventilated for several weeks, ICU patients are given air through a hose, but which can damage the larynx and trachea over time. The only solution is a tracheostomy, an opening in the trachea. Gold, ”
it’s one of the most contaminating acts because Covid-19 lodges in the respiratory tract
“, Details Professor Yann Nguyen, ENT surgeon at Pitié Salpêtrière in …


Coronavirus. The auction organized by Jul raised more than € 300,000 for the

The auctions organized by Jul brought in € 306,505 to the benefit of hospitals. It was the rapper himself who released the figure on Twitter on Wednesday April 29.

In mid-April, Jul decided to auction off his gold, platinum and other certification records. He also invited other artists to do the same. Rappers Oxmo Puccimo and Orelsan answered the call.

Help finance the Emergency Aid Fund

Jul had also done it himself a donation of € 30,000 to help doctors.

The profits from this online auction will help the Fondation desôpitaux de France. They will finance, in particular, the Emergency Aid Fund set up to deal with the health crisis linked to the coronavirus epidemic.