Covid: the Oise prefecture warns against recovery as the holidays approach
With the approach of the summer holidays, the time is for vigilance, especially in the Oise, in the face of the resumption of the Covid epidemic. Corinne Orzechowski, the prefect of the department made a reminder, this Wednesday, June 29, so that barrier gestures are better respected. Especially in “enclosed spaces”. And to list, in a press release:
– “Wear a mask (if wearing a mask is no longer mandatory, it should however be encouraged.)»
– “Ventilate 10 minutes every hour»
– “wash your hands»
– “Respect physical distancing»
The prefect “encourages“also to get vaccinated,”which remains the most effective weapon to avoid serious forms of Covid“.
Advice after that of the Prime Minister
The prefecture reports an increase in the incidence rate in Oise as well as hospital tension above the national average: 20% in the department against 18% for the whole country. In the Oise over the past three days, 2,698 cases have been detected. It remains, two years after the start of the pandemic, the territory most affected by the coronavirus and its multiple variants. The proximity to Ile-de-France, also facing a strong rebound, does not help.
The representative of the State in the department is only following up on the directives already issued by several members of the government. Tuesday June 28, Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne recommended wearing a mask “in nearby places» and more particularly in the «public transport“. A speech the day after that of the Minister of Health Brigitte Bourguignon, who also wanted to be concerned about the resurgence. The objective is therefore to prevent the summer and the holiday period from being “rotten” by this recovery before it even begins.
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