04 May 2021 The government accelerates to unblock the RSA.
According to what LaPresse learns from sources of the majority, the executive is studying a tool that resolves the impasse and overcomes the condition of loneliness in which the elderly guests of the hospitalization facilities have ended up.
The measure, it is explained, will dictate certain lines for the visits of relatives to patients, without leaving too much room for the discretion of the medical directors, including the most painful moment, that of the last farewell on the point of death.
Following this principle, the amendment to the reopening dl seems excluded, which should arrive in the Chamber at the end of the month after the reading of the Senate.
The hypotheses are different, precisely because we want to make the legislation clearer and more incisive.
The tools include a circular from the Ministry of Health, but also
the adoption of the guidelines that the Regions will propose to the government tomorrow on this issue
. The patchy situation that is being created on the national territory, with Regions that are giving different answers to the problem, in fact risks going out of control, therefore the intention is to give "fairness of treatment" equal for all, and industriousness of governors "could help achieve the goal," it is explained.
The president of the Conference of the Regions, Massimiliano Fedriga, will in fact discuss tomorrow with the governors the guidelines that territories would like to adopt in unison to bring the smile back on the faces of our elders, and then bring it to the attention of the executive in the Unified Conference. Among the proposals, contained in the draft, the possibility of visiting only people or family members "in possession of Covid-19 Green Certification" or alternatively "the attestation of one of the conditions necessary for the release of the same as long as they have not expired" or vaccination occurred, recovery from disease or negative swab within the previous 48 hours. To avoid gatherings, the Regions also provide that "the structure guarantees a programming of the accesses of family members along thespan of the day "and" no more than two visitors per guest per visit and for a defined duration ". Finally, accesses and exits will be allowed" exclusively on the basis of the assessments of the Health Department or the medical contact / Covid-19 contact of the facility " .
The RSAs have been closed to relatives since last October 13, when the Dpcm linked to the second wave of infections had made the containment measures of the virus more restrictive. The health departments, in fact, limited themselves to admitting visits only in cases of extreme necessity, such as the last days of life of the patients. On November 30, a circular distinguished between structures where there were Covid outbreaks (and where visits from the outside were suspended tout court) and those instead 'Covid free': here visits were allowed with adequate protective equipment, following vaccinations or through digital media or in special 'hug rooms'. According to Undersecretaries Sileri and Costa, the release of this situation could come shortly. "It is a need that politics must respond to. C 'it is a moral aspect, a social aspect, an aspect linked to affections, to emotions. Our elderly need to see their loved ones and vice versa ", insists Costa. For Sileri, the data bodes well:" Today in the RSA 94.4% of guests have received the first dose of vaccine and 80% have the second dose, including the staff ", so" with limited entrances, a rotating list and tampons at the entrance, I don't see why they shouldn't reopen visits to relatives ".including the staff ", so" with limited entrances, a rotating list and tampons at the entrance, I don't see why they shouldn't reopen visits to relatives ".including the staff ", so" with limited entrances, a rotating list and tampons at the entrance, I don't see why they shouldn't reopen visits to relatives ".Keywords: