why do we have “weird” dreams during confinement?

PSYCHOLOGY – Frequent nightmares, strange dreams, you may have noticed that your nights have been more hectic in recent weeks. Explanations.

“We dream of what we are going through. So it’s normal today to have more negative dreams. “ 74563762 / Photographee.eu – Fotolia

Have your dreams become strange? Are your nightmares more frequent? Do you feel like you remember more? If so, you are not alone. During this unprecedented period of confinement, many of us have noticed that our nights were more restless. Can we explain it a little more rationally?

Perrine Ruby, a researcher at Inserm, works in the Dycog laboratory (Brain dynamics and cognition) of the Lyon neuroscience research center. According to her, “Two factors have an impact on sleep and dreams: the change in lifestyle (ours suddenly became more sedentary) and stress, in other words the worry about this disease and the impact it will have on our society “. Sleep is disturbed, and waking up more at night makes it easier to remember dreams.

To assess the impact of this confinement on our nights and to know what the confined population dreams of, the researcher and her team developed an open questionnaire

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understand everything about serological testing

The director of the NGO Find, specialist in diagnostic tests, explains their operation and their limits, in particular for self-tests, requested by the general public.

Dr. Catharina Boehme, executive director of the NGO Find, finds that self-testing will be difficult for ordinary people.
Dr. Catharina Boehme, executive director of the NGO Find, finds that self-testing will be difficult for ordinary people. D. R.

TheNGO Find identifies all diagnostic tests worldwide and works closely with the World Health Organization. His director, Dr. Catharina Boehme, takes stock of Le Figaro.

LE FIGARO.- What is the purpose of a serological test?

Dr Catharina BOEHME. – This allows you to know if a person has been exposed to SARS-CoV-2 and has developed an immune response. The test detects antibodies produced by the body, it is a measure of the immune response of a person who has been infected with a virus. Antibodies in the patient’s blood will bind directly to SARS-CoV-2. This is a very old technique. But each viral infection generates its specific antibodies.

How does it work?

There are two types, those performed in the laboratory and rapid tests, which can be performed at the bedside.

A serological test carried out in a medical biology laboratory begins with a blood test. The test is carried out from the serum

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what to know this Wednesday, April 22

Good evening,

Today, on this 37th day of confinement, while the pressure on hospitals is easing, the ministers have given their Prime Minister their deconfinement plan. For their part, the regional presidents call for a process adapted to the territories. In the world, the race for masks and tests is launched with more or less success. In France, the scientific community is wondering about the mysterious resistance of smokers to Covid-19. On the employment front, the Partial unemployment explodes, which will not prevent the wave of layoffs to surge.

Good reading,

Camille Lestienne, journalist at Figaro

1. Where is the epidemic?

The Covid-19 epidemic has killed 21,340 people in France since the beginning of March, including 544 new deaths recorded in 24 hours, announced this evening the Director General of Health, during his press briefing. In detail, 13,236 people died in hospital and 8,104 in nursing homes and other medico-social establishments. However, the pressure on hospitals continues to ease, with now two weeks of decline in the number of patients in intensive care. They are now 5,218 patients, nearly 2,000 fewer than two weeks ago.

History of the epidemic in the 80 most affected countries. By Marie Coussin and Nicolas Mondon for Fig Data

Currently, 29,541 people are still hospitalized but, since the start of the epidemic, 40,657 people have returned home cured. In total, France has identified 119,151 cases of contamination.

2. What happened today

The ministers return their copies. The ministers gave Édouard Philippe their recommendations on deconfinement. A complex situation and “conducive to hiccups” for the executive forced to answer the questions of the population “without deflowering the general plan promised by the Prime Minister“Analyzes our journalist Mathilde Siraud. For their part, the region’s presidents Hervé Morin and Renaud Muselier are making their voices heard and are demanding differentiated deconfinement. Decisions eagerly awaited by the French who, for some, are already cracking and defying containment measures while the Élysée Palace does not rule out reconfiguration in the event of a second epidemic wave after May 11.

Smokers could be protected. The very low proportion of smokers among hospitalized Covid-19 patients questions the scientific community. Does nicotine play a protective role? Tristan Vey, journalist in the Sciences department, tells us the story of this astonishing hypothesis. On the other hand, a very tangible reality for hospital teams is the shortage of essential products in intensive care. To delay, “instead of administering certain drugs continuously, we do it intermittentlyExplains a doctor.

»SEE ALSO – Coronavirus: nicotine could “compete” with the virus

Global race for masks and tests. As May 11 approaches, the question of mask and test production capacities becomes more acute in France as elsewhere. In the United Kingdom, the controversy is swelling, as much on the shortage of masks for caregivers as on tests whose effectiveness is questioned. In Italy, despite considerable efforts, the country will not be ready for phase 2 of May 4, and will continue to import. In Germany, the shortage of masks monopolizes most of the health debates and overshadows the success of the test campaigns. A good student, Portugal has already tested three times more than in France and mobilizes its textile industry for the production of masks for the general public. Finally, across the Atlantic, the lack of both tests and masks is felt contrary to what Donald Trump claims.

The purge that is being prepared, we must be aware of it, will be of violence, here again, unprecedented.

Marc Landré, journalist at Le Figaro

10 million French people on partial unemployment. Muriel Pénicaud announced it this morning. The bar of 10 million French people on partial unemployment has been crossed, while 6 out of 10 companies use this device. “There is no reason why activity in France should remain below that of other countries“Said the Minister of Labor, who calls on business leaders to resume their activity as soon as possible. If the situation continues, notes the president of Unedic, Éric Le Jaouen, it is the financial sustainability of the unemployment insurance scheme that is at stake. All the more so since a layoff tsunami is to be feared. “The purge that is preparing, we must be aware of it, will be of a violence, there again, unprecedented“Warns our journalist Marc Landré.

3. Sunbathe, visit, discover…

Tanning (without abusing). The window, our new “south facing terrace” Deprived of gardens, the French “addicted” to the sun do not give up and transform the slightest opening towards the sky into a solarium. Swimsuit, sunglasses, sunscreen – essential – and towel are an illusion during a tanning session. The occupation is not so futile, underlines our journalist Marie-Gabrielle Graffin, quoting a hospital psychiatrist: “The sun is synonymous with heat and energy. Its rays alone are not enough to combat a depressive state, generally polyfactorial, but are very useful in case of transient blues. ” Be careful not to go out on May 11 “with the tan of a golden boy

Visit (virtually). The Museum of Angers has found an original way to offset its closure. On Nintendo’s video game Animal Crossing: New Horizons, it is now possible to virtually visit the museum spaces with a guide and learn more about the diplodocus or the giant water flea. All you have to do is reserve your place and go to the Mayonnaise Island. The success is such that the tours are sold out until May, but a virtual tour is offered on April 24 on the LeStream platform.

For Western audiences, in the early 1990s, Hong Kong cinema was mostly a slap.

Étienne Sorin, Culture journalist at Le Figaro

Review (or discover). For almost forty years, Hong Kong “was the capital of Far Eastern cinema», Reminds Étienne Sorin, journalist in the Culture department. “Symbol of success against mainland China“, His cinema was above all”a slap for the western public, in the early 1990s” Hong Kong cinema, “to stylized, operative violence“, Influenced great filmmakers like Quentin Tarentino before directly infiltrating Hollywood. Three names are particularly to remember and their films to review or discover on VOD: Tsui Hark, John Woo, Johnnie To.

Practice. Confined, sportsmen discover virtual practice via video games and new technologies. “Cyclists, pilots, footballers, sailors, they all dive into it“, Says Cédric Callier, of the Sports Department. The athlete Christophe Lemaître confirms this: “I think there will be more and more technological and digital use that will interfere in sports. “ But e-sport does not stop at training, real competitions between great athletes are organized. From today, the virtual Tour de Suisse will be broadcast on the channel The team. What also console sports fans from the sofa.

4. Photo of the day

Social distancing respected in this Berlin school for the biology exam of the Abitur, the German bac. TOBIAS SCHWARZ / AFP

5. Containment, instructions for use

Despite the containment measures, it is possible to leave your home in several cases:

  • Go to your place of work, if telework is impossible.
  • Do your shopping in “authorized local shops”.
  • Go to the doctor or pharmacy.
  • Travel to babysit or care for “vulnerable” people.
  • Make brief trips, one hour maximum and within a radius of one kilometer, related to individual physical exercise.
  • Go to judicial or administrative summons.
  • Participate in missions of general interest at the request of the administrative authority.

Read also : Coronavirus: what is allowed and what is prohibited during confinement

In the event of an inspection, you must present a certificate to the police. It can be downloaded here, on a smartphone or be written by hand. The document must be completed at each outing to justify the reason. Violators are liable to a fixed fine of 135 euros, or even 1500 euros in the event of a repeat offense.

6. The reflexes to adopt

A few simple gestures help limit the spread of the virus. Here they are :

  • Wash your hands every hour.
  • Cough or sneeze into the crease of his elbow.
  • Use disposable tissues.
  • Avoid kissing or shaking hands.
  • Wear a mask when you are sick.
  • Limit your movements as much as possible.

Covid-19 is transmitted by saliva, through close contact with an infected person, especially when the person coughs or sneezes. The virus also remains viable for a few hours on different surfaces.

Read also : Coronavirus: highly contagious patients in the first days of infection

The disease manifests itself in several symptoms. In 9 out of 10 cases, this results in a fever below 39 ° C. According to the World Health Organization, this fever is most often accompanied by a state of tired, of signs ofshortness of breath and a dry cough.

7. What to do in case of symptoms?

The most important thing is not to go immediately to a general practitioner or to the emergency room to avoid infecting more people. Wearing a mask is highly recommended. For the rest, the recommendations of the Ministry of Health differ from case to case.

Stay at home, if you don’t show up little or no symptoms, taking care not to contaminate your loved ones. If you have a fever, take paracetamol. Possibly plan a follow-up teleconsultation with your doctor.

Yes you feel a difficulty breathing, with feeling of suffocation, after having felt proud and a cough for several days, call 15. The centers 15 being overflowed, rhinitis and fever or cough well tolerated should not be the subject of a call.

For any other question there are probably many do not hesitate to make a detour by this article.

See you tomorrow.

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protections still lack for some doctors

“We were a country that was not prepared, alas, from the point of view of masks and protective equipment, for a health crisis”, recognized the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, on March 20 before the deputies. Sunday April 19, he returned to the subject during the press point organized with Édouard Philippe. “I do not deny that there are still tensions on high-tech masks, so-called FFP2 masks”, he conceded, while ensuring: “Surgical masks allow us to provide protection to all caregivers.”

Unfortunately, it is not quite the same discourse on the ground, even in hospitals which have had priority in personal protective equipment (PPE) since the start of the crisis. From April 7 to 17, the National Union of Hospital Anesthetists and Resuscitators (Snphare) conducted the Covid-pro investigation. He collected 1,305 responses, mainly from doctors (97%) practicing in hospitals (94%), half of them in teaching hospitals. “We asked them about the PPE situation in their establishment, at the start of the crisis and today, to compare”, explains to Figaro Dr Anne Geffroy-Wernet, anesthesiologist and president of Snphare. “It must be recognized that it has improved, but it is not perfect”, she specifies. Currently, only 53%, compared to 26% at the start of the crisis, have both a sufficient quantity of hydroalcoholic solution (HAS) and minimal PPE, i.e. surgical mask, FFP2 mask, safety glasses. protection, waterproof gown (surgeon’s gown) or gown.

Automatic recognition of “occupational disease” does not eliminate the shortage of means of protection

“With regard to SHA, the simple fact that it is only open access for half of the respondents, even though it had never been subject to quotas before, is a good illustration of the tense situation”, adds Dr. Geffroy-Wernet. But which reflects even more “The unpreparedness of our health system”, she judges, “It’s that 7% still don’t have enough surgical masks”. In practice, this means that doctors are sometimes forced to take risks. However, we know that health workers are overrepresented among the sick, as they are overexposed to the coronavirus in healthcare establishments. The automatic recognition of “occupational disease” does not eliminate the shortage of means of protection. “This shortage already existed at the start since 30% did not have sufficient PPE when the crisis started, but it has unfortunately been months if not years that we have been operating in a degraded situation.”

“A disaster”

Regarding FFP2 masks, the president of Snphare was not however surprised to find that 23% of establishments did not have them at the start of the crisis “Because we used it very little”, but it’s more severe today: “It is a disaster, it is amazing to see that 20% of caregivers who see Covid patients hospitalized, so serious, still do not!” What surprises the Snphare the most is that even today, there is a lack of blouses (50%), goggles (27%), or simple overcoats (37%). “It’s just plastic, a blouse, did the government ask the plastic manufacturers if they could make it?”

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The stores time trial to sell masks

The distributors are busy to be there on May 11 and thus meet a pressing demand from the population.

Carrefour has already secured 70 million cloth masks, which will be offered for sale on May 11.
Carrefour has already secured 70 million cloth masks, which will be offered for sale on May 11. 317527086 / oxygen64 – stock.adobe.com

Will the French find enough washable cloth masks in supermarkets after May 11? Nothing is certain yet at this stage. The missed mistakes accumulated on the subject since the start of the crisis in France may cause concern. In any case, the distributors are busy right now to be there, and thus meet pressing demand from the population.

The actors began to mobilize at the end of last week, at the request of the government. “We are in close contact with the large distribution so that it is put in order of battle, we explain to Bercy. But other distribution channels are being considered, such as pharmacies, tobacconists or post offices. In short, all points of sale that have sufficient coverage of French territory.The pharmacies are already distributing surgical masks and FFP2 to private caregivers. And on Tuesday, the Minister of Health paved the way for the sale of cloth masks. The Pharmacy group

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many obstacles to the acceleration of PCR tests

INFOGRAPHIC – All equipment necessary for diagnostics is subject to unprecedented tensions due to a global rush.

PCR tests in Asnières, April 16, 2020.
PCR tests in Asnières, April 16, 2020. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

All the elements necessary for molecular tests, called PCR, to characterize the coronavirus infection are under tension. It’s normal. Each country massively deploys these tests and some, like the United States have adopted a law to reserve, as a priority, the equipment produced on their soil.

Faced with these record orders, bottlenecks are to be deplored on the supply and for each key stage in the diagnosis: the sampling kits, the reagents to extract the coronavirus and, finally, for certain so-called PCR robots, in order to duplicate and analyze the genetic material of the virus.

Sampling

The method involves recovering a few infected cells using a swab. It is a kind of large cotton swab buried deep in one nostril from the nose to the nasopharynx. It is then placed in an airtight tube for transporting the sample and storing the virus. This sample is called “nasopharyngeal”. Another type of sample is taken with

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A worrying shortage of essential resuscitation products is looming

Medicines needed for anesthesia and resuscitation could run out in early May across the country.

To meet demand, pharmaceutical companies are running at full speed.
To meet demand, pharmaceutical companies are running at full speed. PATRICK HERTZOG / AFP

The situation is critical”. According to an internal document from the Ile-de-France regional health agency dated April 18, essential drugs for anesthesia and resuscitation could run out in early May across the country. Despite the decrease in the number of patients, “The consumption of sedatives and curares remains at a level higher than the production and import capacity”, indicates the note. Medicines which are nevertheless essential for the establishment and maintenance of artificial ventilation: the former immerse the patients in an artificial coma, while the latter allow them to relax their muscles.

We are at 300% of our capacity in our intensive care unit, with very many overweight patients. However the dosages administered depend on the weight, they are therefore much higher than those usual

Dr Claudine Gard, pharmacist attached to the anesthesia-resuscitation department of the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital

This announced shortage is explained by the number of unfortunate events. First, because there were – and still are – very many patients hospitalized in intensive care, their stay is much longer than that of usual patients, and they require larger doses. “We have multiplied by 5 the consumption of

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In China, a restaurant, air conditioning… and ten sick customers

STORY – An outbreak has been studied under the microscope by researchers. It confirms the airborne transmission of the Covid-19.

A Beijing restaurant. Illustrative photo.
A Beijing restaurant. Illustrative photo. CHRISTMAS CELIS / AFP

This is one example among many, but one that has been studied with such thoroughness that it sheds light on how the new coronavirus spreads. Let’s set the scene: on January 24, the familyAT, returning from the Chinese city of Wuhan – home of the epidemic – will have lunch at a restaurant in Canton, 1,000 km south. Patient A1, a 63-year-old retiree, sits at a table with several people, including members of her family. Two other families,B andVS, are seated at neighboring tables. Later that day, A1 had a cough and fever… and on February 5, 9 other people were sick with Covid-19: 4 members of table A, 3 of family B and 2 of C. two last families, the only known source of exposure to the virus was this famous patient A1. Researchers at the Canton Center for Disease Control and Prevention, who conducted this study, say at least one person in B and C has been infected in the restaurant. For the

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what you need to know this Tuesday, April 21

Good evening,

Today, on this 36th day of confinement, the Minister of National Education has outlined a very progressive plan for reopening of schools. With around 6% of French people infected, collective immunity is far from being acquired. Avoid a second wave of epidemic will also be the big challenge for businesses and public transport who face deconfinement puzzle. In the United States, Donald Trump suspend immigration to protect jobs and supports anti-containment protesters.

Good reading,

Camille Lestienne, journalist at Figaro

1. Where is the epidemic?

France has registered 531 new deaths in the past 24 hours bringing the balance to 20,796 deaths since the start of the epidemic, announced the Director General of Health, Jérôme Salomon. In detail 12,900 people died in hospital and 7,896 died in social and medico-social establishments. France has also recorded since the start of the epidemic 117,324 confirmed cases of contamination with SARS-CoV-2, a balance sheet increasing by 2,667 new cases in the last 24 hours.

History of the epidemic in the 80 most affected countries. By Marie Coussin and Nicolas Mondon for Fig Data

Another 30,106 patients are hospitalized in France, but taking into account discharges, the balance is negative with 478 fewer hospitalizations. Same trend for intensive care patients: the balance is negative for the 13th consecutive day, with 250 fewer patients and a total of 5,433 serious cases, a lowest since March 30. Finally, 39,181 people left the hospital cured.

2. What happened today

The school resumption schedule. The Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, outlined this morning in the Assembly’s Cultural Affairs Committee his plan to reopen the school. Back to class “progressive“Over several weeks and by”age groups” Parents oscillate between worry and relief. The teachers want health guarantees. If the question of the contagiousness of children remains, Denmark has decided, justifying its choice by the resistance of children to the coronavirus. The first to close its schools on February 27, Japan still hesitates. In the families of the thirteen million Japanese schoolchildren, anger is raging.

Avoid the second wave. According to estimates published by the Institut Pasteur this morning, less than 6% of French people have been infected with the coronavirus. We are far from sufficient collective immunity to avoid a second wave. The return to normal will therefore remain very limited. And submitted to the vote of deputies according to the decision announced in the morning. Two will be organized, one on progressive deconfinement, the other on digital tracing. In a less deserted hemicycle since the Assembly relaxes from next week its “restricted format” and allows up to 75 deputies to sit.

Decisions should not be unilateral and negotiated agreements with employee representatives in each company are required.

Laurent Berger, secretary general of the CFDT

Companies facing deconfinement. Restart the activity while preserving the health of the employees: the balance line will not be easy to find after May 11. “Decisions should not be unilateral, alert Laurent Berger, the secretary general of the CFDT, and negotiated agreements with employee representatives in each company are required. ” There is a great risk of ending up in the courts, like Amazon today before the Versailles Court of Appeal, accused of serious breaches of security in France. It will then be necessary to “reinvent work”, a heavy task which the majority of them are tackling.

SNCF and RATP prepare after May 11. Valérie Pécresse, president of the Ile-de-France region, warns that transport in the Paris region will be rationed. For their part, the SNCF and RATP are working on ways to ensure maximum passenger safety. Mandatory masks, disinfection will they be enough to reassure them? “The issue is crucial, analyzes our journalist Jean-Yves Guérin, because otherwise many risk taking their car back to work. With the result more traffic jams and air pollution. ”

Trump wants to stop immigration. Faced with the threat of the coronavirus and to protect jobs, the American president announced on Twitter his intention to temporarily suspend immigration, in order to “protect jobs” According to our journalist Pierre-Yves Dugua, “the tweet is not going to radically change the status quo” In many states, anti-containment protests, supported by Donald Trump, are increasing and denounce measures deemed “liberticides and dangerous for the economy” In San Francisco, however, the radical methods of the Californian metropolis in the face of the Covid-19 epidemic are bearing fruit.

3. Pedaling, knitting, tasting…

Pedal. To lovers of the little queen, convicts of the road or followers of the passes, Le Figaro offers alternative solutions. Home trainer, exercise bike and online applications allow cyclists to practice their sport safely and in compliance with the rules of confinement. Obviously, these tools do not replace the pleasure of wind-blown hair, but they allow more intense training. “I do 30 to 45 minutes every two days. This equates to more than an hour of cycling on the road“Explains Pascal Martin, a regular trainer.

Knit. We need to find “his small personal deposit to give value to time“Advises sociologist and anthropologist David Le Breton. For some, it is the “click-click” of the needles that soothe, others engage in giant puzzles, coloring or herbarium. Journalists Alice Develey and Claire Conruyt take a tour of these slow activities rediscovered during the confinement. Time consuming, they allow us to extract ourselves from this anxiety-provoking world.

Sido is the childhood of Colette, her compass rose, her eight cardinal points.

Isabelle Spaak, journalist

Read. His garden was his kingdom. Isabelle Spaak invites us to reread Sido by Colette, “the most magnificent portrait of a mother ever read“, An evocation”who gives glory to all of us” Sidonie Colette called “Sido” is never as happy as in her garden in Saint Sauveur-en-Puisaye. She likes it, can we read in this short text of 30 pages, “red, pink, sanguine daughters of the rose bush, the Maltese cross, hydrangeas and Saint-Jacques sticks” Sido, “it’s Colette’s childhood, her compass rose, her eight cardinal points“, Underlines the journalist.

Taste. A sweet potato cake, its only name is already comforting. The dish offered today is that of Kelly Rangama, chef of Faham in Paris. It’s the “emblematic dessert of Reunion IslandFrom which she is from. “This cake was our Sunday afternoon snack, confides the young woman. With my husband pastry chef Jérôme, we have sublimated my mother’s recipe for our Parisian restaurant, by accompanying it with elements that lighten the dessert: a sorbet and a sweet potato tatin, a cinnamon berry emulsion, a marmalade lemon and roasted hazelnuts. “

4. Photo of the day

A man dressed up as a coronavirus plays with a little girl in Gaza, Palestine. MOHAMMED ABED / AFP

5. Containment, instructions for use

Despite the containment measures, it is possible to leave your home in several cases:

  • Go to your place of work, if telework is impossible.
  • Do your shopping in “authorized local shops”.
  • Go to the doctor or pharmacy.
  • Travel to babysit or care for “vulnerable” people.
  • Make brief trips, one hour maximum and within a radius of one kilometer, related to individual physical exercise.
  • Go to judicial or administrative summons.
  • Participate in missions of general interest at the request of the administrative authority.

Read also : Coronavirus: what is allowed and what is prohibited during confinement

In the event of an inspection, you must present a certificate to the police. It can be downloaded here, on a smartphone or be written by hand. The document must be completed at each outing to justify the reason. Violators are liable to a fixed fine of 135 euros, or even 1500 euros in the event of a repeat offense.

6. The reflexes to adopt

A few simple gestures help limit the spread of the virus. Here they are :

  • Wash your hands every hour.
  • Cough or sneeze into the crease of his elbow.
  • Use disposable tissues.
  • Avoid kissing or shaking hands.
  • Wear a mask when you are sick.
  • Limit your movements as much as possible.

Covid-19 is transmitted by saliva, through close contact with an infected person, especially when the person coughs or sneezes. The virus also remains viable for a few hours on different surfaces.

Read also : Coronavirus: highly contagious patients in the first days of infection

The disease manifests itself in several symptoms. In 9 out of 10 cases, this results in a fever below 39 ° C. According to the World Health Organization, this fever is most often accompanied by a state of tired, of signs ofshortness of breath and a dry cough.

7. What to do in case of symptoms?

The most important thing is not to go immediately to a general practitioner or to the emergency room to avoid infecting more people. Wearing a mask is highly recommended. For the rest, the recommendations of the Ministry of Health differ from case to case.

Stay at home, if you don’t show up little or no symptoms, taking care not to contaminate your loved ones. If you have a fever, take paracetamol. Possibly plan a follow-up teleconsultation with your doctor.

Yes you feel a difficulty breathing, with feeling of suffocation, after having felt proud and a cough for several days, call 15. The centers 15 being overflowed, rhinitis and fever or cough well tolerated should not be the subject of a call.

For any other question there are probably many do not hesitate to make a detour by this article.

See you tomorrow.

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