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France is at war against the coronavirus, but its army is woefully unprepared for the fight.
So says emergency medical responder Dr. Sabrina Ali Benali.
“We have found a way to get masks, but that’s all we have. We don’t have disposable garments / coveralls, nor stocks of hand sanitiser, hair nets, glasses, overshoes.”
Benali says the majority of healthcare personnel in France are under the same strain.
Shutting down immunization services in the COVID-19 pandemic risks triggering a resurgence of diseases that can be prevented with safe and effective vaccines, warns WHO in the lead-up to World Immunization Week (24-30 April).