Health crisis in France: “The huge cost of hospital savings”

On the first page of the press this morning, the launch today in France with seven weeks of consultation to improve working conditions and care of patients in hospitals after the health crisis. A meeting against anger from hospital staff. The latest controversy surrounding Donald Trump in the United States. And criticism of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who continues to defend one of his advisers, accused of disrespecting prison.

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“Sir, the President, your words are no longer enough”: on the first page of the release, a group of speakers appeals to Emmanuel Macron. “Months, years, long before your election is true, they write to the head of state. Many professionals have expressed their concerns (about) the extremely worrying development of the health system, without answers to the problems raised”. “You have been able to count with us, show us that we can now count on you, “concludes their letter and questions” the absurdity of a system that justifies care only if it is “profitable” “. The exemption, which judges the health system” tired of having been too subject to this year’s wonder about the demands of profitability and competition “, wonders if the head of state is really ready for” the necessary revolution “that hospital staff expects to fail” that the care providers’ anger will be hard to contain “according to the newspaper. Mankind, for its part, recalls” the staggering costs for society as a whole, in the light of the crisis, liberal madness that consisted in treating the public system as a “cost” for reducing “.” The lack of beds has been an exacerbation nth factor for the health crisis, as well as the lack of masks and tests, which has led to an extension of the restriction measures that we have not completed to pay for the social, educational devastation, economic “, according to the newspaper – which cites the number of 100,000 people admitted in hospitals since the epidemic began, “is the noticeable number of beds that have been removed in twenty years” …

100,000 people who have died from coronavirus are crossing the threshold in the United States, with The New York Times publishing the headlines of 1,000 coronavirus victims yesterday on the front page. “Nearly 100,000 dead, an unpredictable loss,” headlines the magazine and talks about the victims behind this symbolic figure. At the same time, Donald Trump used the weekend to indulge in the joy of golf, which angered his critics, including cartoonist Slyngstad. “100,000? It’s nothing! I almost had a good hit on the last hole,” sighs the president of the cartoonist Slyngstad found on Twitter – before the names of the victims on NYT’s first page.

On what planet does Donald Trump live ?, his opponents often wonder. And “on what planet” lives Boris Johnson and his entourage, this morning The Daily Mail wonders. In the UK, the press is being blamed on the Prime Minister and his close adviser Dominic Cummings, who is accused of having made several prohibited trips during confinement – nothing illegal or even reprehensible, according to Boris Johnson, who refuses to release Dominic Cummings …