Residents of a nursing home, near Toulouse, tested positive for Kovid-19

Many residents of Mary-Lehman Nursing Home in Balma contracted the English version of Kovid-19. However, no serious form was found in this establishment which has 80 inhabitants. “There is no doubt because they are all vaccinated,” said Olivier Gorichon, chairman of the board of directors of the nursing home. He continues: “Any resident who did not test positive was hospitalized. A priority, and even if I am not a scientist, the viral load is very low. It is good that the vaccine works “.

New tests on residents

Many members of the retirement household have specifically developed an asymptomatic form of the disease. The president also specifies that residents will be tested again this week. “The employee is very cautious,” he says. He reacts immediately as soon as an employee notices a possible symptom. Furthermore, if we manage to cross this period, it is thanks to the tremendous work of the employees. Beyond their workload, some even canceled their holidays and we were able to maintain a consistent workforce ”.

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Professor Vincent Bauns, head of Samu 31, explained yesterday: “We haven’t had any deaths related to Kovid,” continued “up to a month in nursing homes.” Pfizer’s vaccine is tremendously effective, at 95%, of severe forms of Kovid. Against “

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