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All Saints Day on the balcony, Christmas in intensive care

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All Saints Day on the balcony, Christmas in intensive care

November 04
21:57 2020
All Saints Day on the balcony, Christmas in intensive care

NAAB Ambulance Service

The American company NAAB Ambulance Service LLC, also established in Belgium, specifies that:

The authorities continue to ignore the medical and health sector, on the front line in the face of Covid-19. For ten months of crisis, not a single one has dreamed of hearing from these men and women who rise to the front lines every day. “A completely nauseating and unacceptable attitude on the part of the leaders of a country,” declared Arnaud Franchini, CEO of NAAB Ambulance Service LLC, during the weekly briefing.

The Government is responsible for this second wave!

This All Saints weekend, in many shops, endless queues came to conclude the sidereal incompetence of the leaders of the country who did not want to educate the population.

Until October 30, the obligation to wear a mask was not yet imposed, for businesses at large and primary schools. However, the Prime Minister had indicated: “As regards work, teleworking is made compulsory. If this is not possible, wearing a mask and ventilating the spaces are compulsory“.

By reading the provisions of the Ministerial Decree of November 1, 2020 amending the Ministerial Decree of October 28, 2020 on emergency measures to limit the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, this obligation to wear a mask in the workplace has purely and simply been “forgotten” in the provisions of article 2 of the said Decree.

Our seniors isolated at home:

What haste to talk about the reduction in hospitalizations, when patients who are sometimes severely affected and at risk are confined to their homes, on oxygen,” specifies Arnaud Franchini. “This weekend, individuals asked us if we could lend them an oxygen cylinder, because the supplier could not meet demand, that’s also the reality, like what, we make the figures say this that we want,” he continues.

Hospitalizing at home to relieve congestion in hospitals also sometimes means isolating elderly people at home with a real risk of an accident.

At home, the elderly person is not constantly monitored, falls are recurrent and ultimately require hospitalization for a patient already weakened at the base,” explains Arnaud Franchini. “Without forgetting that some senior couples are hospitalized deferred in separate hospitals. It is undeniable that for a good part of these elders, they will not have the opportunity to say goodbye before they die,” he adds.

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Company Name: NAAB Ambulance Service LLC
Contact Person: Arnaud Franchini
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Phone: +33 6 01 15 50 19
Country: Belgium