In intensive care, this damn high plateau of the Covid which puts caregivers “on their knees”

Neither drowned nor engulfed, “Just afloat” since the peak of the second wave in November. At the Avicenne hospital in Bobigny, in Seine-Saint-Denis, the intensive … Read more

“This runaway is quite unexpected”: scientists overtaken by the virus

He caught everyone off guard, even them. Suddenly and abruptly, the epidemic runaway of October, the pivot of government panic and hospital turmoil, disconcerted even … Read more

Covid-19: for the AP-HP, return to the rampart hut

For them, back to school has never been so confusing and inconvenient. After a spring tidal wave, then a rather spared summer, the hospital workers … Read more

Coronavirus: a block in chloroquine

The medico-political-media soap opera of hydroxychloroquine, an abundance of criticized scientific studies, intimate convictions and even irrationality between “pro” or “anti”, begins a new sequence … Read more

Covid-19: on the trail of the enigmatic “patient zero”

What if the coronavirus epidemic had started in France well before the end of January? “The first cases of Covid-19? We will surely have surprises … Read more