France is going to send a part of patients with COVID-19 coronavirus infection to Germany for treatment, as there is a catastrophic lack of places in the country's hospitals.
This was stated by the head of the French Federation of Hospitals Frederic Valetoux, La Provence reported.
"A transfer to other regions, even to other countries, will help reduce the burden, sometimes it will be necessary," Valet said.
According to Valetoux, in recent days, some French hospitals have been unable to cope with the sharply increased workload, particularly in the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes and Ot-de-France regions.
Therefore, local authorities in France have agreed to transfer Coronavirus patients to neighboring regions or even countries.
According to the head of the Federation of Hospitals, transfer of patients from O-de-France to Germany and other regions is planned in the coming days.
We would like to remind you that national quarantine came into effect in France on October 30. It was decided to toughen restrictions due to the uncontrolled growth of coronavirus infection incidence in the country.
We also reported that the Hungarian government decided to reintroduce curfews to curb the rapid spread of coronavirus infection. From midnight to 5 am, bars and entertainment facilities will be closed in the country.