Guadeloupe health officials on Wednesday condemned “coup d’etat” in health facilities.
“People are carrying out subversive activities within the organization,” Valerie Denex, director general of the Regional Health Agency (ARS) in Guadeloupe, announced in a weekly update on her health.
“In the last few days they have been dumping used oil in the CHU’s human resources departments, they have put glue on the locks, blocking some access,” she explained, adding that these activities include “disorganization or even loss of opportunity for patients.” This is really wrong “it will” put you in danger “.
Discussions about the health pass and vaccination obligation are intense in the island community, and social protests are evident in health institutions, especially in the CHU of Pointe-à-Pitre, where staff do not take much vaccination.
In a resolution on Saturday, doctors at the Medical Commission, which establishes the CHU in Point-P-Pitre, condemned the “verbal and physical assault.” “The challenge to the law regarding compulsory vaccination in health care institutions is to protect the patients who come to entrust their health to us and cannot stand in the way of movement and malicious activities within the institution.
According to Prefect Alexander Rochat, the proceedings are being conducted “with complaints filed by related institutions”.
The immunization rate in Guadeloupe is relatively low, with less than 44% of adults being vaccinated for the first time, according to the Department of Health.
At the same time, indicators are improving in the archipelago, which will begin the first phase of exclusion on October 8.
In Guadeloupe, more than 800 people have died in hospital since the outbreak, including 525 since the onset of the 4th wave, according to ARS.
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