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    Haiti-Covid-19: Death of the Rector of the Episcopal University of Haiti, Dr Lucien Jean Bernard

    June 8, 2021 VBI COVID-19

    Death this morning, of the Rector of the Episcopal University of Haiti, Doctor Lucien Jean Bernard. According to the information available, the professor died at the care center for people with Covid-19 where he was admitted following the manifestation of symptoms related to the coronavirus .

    Port-au-Prince, June 8, 2021.- The Rector of the Episcopal University of Haiti, Doctor Lucien Jean Bernard died on Tuesday June 8, 2021, as a result of the coronavirus.

    The professor was hospitalized at the Delmas 2 care center for treatment. He died this morning.

    In less than eight days, this university center lost its two main officials. On Wednesday June 2, the Vice-Rector of the Episcopal University of Haiti, Doctor Robert Joseph had died from complications related to the new coronavirus.

    Vant Bèf Info (VBI)

    https://vantbefinfo.com/haiti-covid-...-jean-bernard/

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    Haiti-Coronavirus: Adventist Hospital In Diquini Announces Its Saturation

    NEWSSOCIETY
    By La Redaction Update June 8, 2021


    Diquini Adventist Hospital is reaching saturation point. He can no longer receive patients with Covid-19, he informed in a note on Tuesday, June 8.

    The country is going pace with the coronavirus. The cases are increasing day by day so some hospitals are already saturated.

    Indeed, after the Saint Luc hospital and that of Canapé Vert, it is the turn of that of Diquini.

    In this note, he informs that the care unit for patients with respiratory disorders is full.

    He invites members of the population to go elsewhere in case they feel the symptoms related to the pandemic.

    The latest publication made by the MSPP around the pandemic yesterday, Monday, June 7, reports 141 new contaminations.

    https://presslakay.net/haiti-coronav...sa-saturation/

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    Haiti - FLASH : 200% increase in deaths in 24 hours

    09/06/2021 05:30:33

    Haiti - FLASH : 200% increase in deaths in 24 hours According to the Ministry of Public Health, 106 new cases and +9 deaths in 24 8 in the West and 1 in the South (previous 141 cases and 3 deaths in 24 hours) would have been confirmed on June 5, 2021 for a total of 16,001 and 342 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

    As of June 9, this brings to 2,678 cases (+ 4.1%) and 77 deaths (+ 13.2%) since the start of the 3rd wave (early May 2021) and more than 200% in 24h (latest data made available by the Ministry).

    For reference in April 2021 (pre-3rd wave) 267 new cases and 9 deaths. had been recorded.

    Last minute : The Adventist hospital in Diquini can no longer receive emergency cases with respiratory symptoms; its acute respiratory infection treatment unit [Covid] is saturated and due to the blocking of roads in Martissant, the hospital has a shortage of oxygen. After the Canapé Vert, Saint Luc, Delmas 2 and Mirebalais hospitals, the Adventist hospital in Diquini is the 5th to be saturated by the patient with Covid.
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    https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-3...-24-hours.html

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    Covid-19: The epidemic continues to worsen in Haiti

    By Amingo Thora and Jean-Marc Pulvar 02/06/2021 - 15:17 Haiti

    Over the past ten days, more than forty people who tested positive for Covid-19 have died in hospitals while, since March 2020, less than 300 deaths have been officially attributed to the epidemic in Haiti.

    On May 24, following the detection of the Alpha and Gamma variants in the country (respectively identified for the first time in the United Kingdom in December 2020 and in Brazil in January 2021), the health authorities established a first state of emergency. eight-day health: curfew between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., reduction of staff in public and private institutions, compliance with the physical distancing measure (1.50 m), compulsory wearing of a mask in public places and closure classes, with the exception of those preparing for official exams.

    Unfortunately, this was not enough to stem the increase in the number of Covid-19 cases in the country.

    In a speech broadcast live on social networks, Haitian President Jovenel Moïse therefore announced yesterday, Tuesday June 02, the extension of the state of emergency by 15 days. And in a context where his legitimacy is contested by the political opposition and a large part of civil society, he took the opportunity to call for a national agreement:

    The coronavirus doesn't need to know which political party you are from, it doesn't need to know your skin color, your level of wealth, or your social background. The corona hits everyone.

    Officially confirmed cases of Covid-19 are over 14,000. More than 2,000 people are hospitalized and 292 have died from the virus. In fact, the establishments that welcome patients are saturated. This is the case with Saint Luc Hospital in Tabarre, in the Port au Prince region. UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, has provided him with 10 oxygen concentrators to deal with the epidemic.
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    The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) on Wednesday launched an appeal for an urgent strengthening of the fight against Covid-19 in Haiti. The country is one of the last in the world not to have yet started its vaccination campaign. He should receive 130,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine "by the end of June or early July", according to indications provided by the Minister of Health.

    https://rci.fm/deuxiles/infos/Sante/...aver-en-Haiti#
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