For the past month, the fatal countdowns have been making headlines in the press: at “Villa Victoria” in Noisy-le-Grand (Seine-Saint-Denis), 25 deaths; the “Aurélias” of Pollionnay (Rhône), 28 deaths; at “la Vill’Alizé” in Thise (Doubs), 26 deaths … And the heaviest death toll known to date, at “la Riviera” de Mougins and its 36 dead residents (read pages 6-7). What do they have in common? All belong to the Korian group, which specializes in retirement homes. In France, since 1er March, 511 deaths are attributed to Covid-19 in the company’s establishments, according to the latest figures communicated by management to Release. A report probably far from the reality of the disaster, the deaths of residents occurring at the hospital are not included.
According to our information, several other sites of the group, hitherto under the radar, also display a worrying excess mortality. At the “Hawk” of Le Bourget (Seine-Saint-Denis), which has 114 places, 24 residents died. At the “Halage”, near
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