Bad news.

The Hauts-de-France Regional Health Agency (ARS) announced on Friday the extension of the "white plan" to the entire region because of "the pressure" that the epidemic of Covid-19 "on intensive care and conventional hospital beds".

The ARS had already activated this week the "white plan" in several territories - Lille metropolitan area, Hainaut and Oise - and asked all establishments in the region to open "114 critical care beds and 260 medical beds" additional “by mid-December”, to “anticipate any risk of saturation at the end of the year”.

Deprogrammed operations

The extension to the entire region of the “white plan” - which makes it possible in particular to deprogram operations and reassign personnel to critical care services - is explained by “the rapid development of the epidemic situation” and “the increase in the number of Covid patient admissions to hospital departments ”.

As of December 9 in Hauts-de-France, 183 Covid patients were being treated in critical care beds and 559 in hospitalization, according to the Hauts-de-France ARS.

The ARS of six other regions have already announced in recent days the triggering of the "white plan" in all their hospitals and clinics.

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Hauts-de-France hospitals ordered to increase their bed capacity

  • Regional health agency

  • epidemic

  • Coronavirus

  • Covid 19

  • Hospital

  • Lille

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