These are the numbers of the day before Kovid-19 Amidepus.
Montpellier University Hospital currently has 73 inpatients and a handful (29) of them are currently in intensive care.
The situation will not get worse, but will not calm down. Hospital services are still timely due to the Delta variant, yet have not seen the end of the tunnel and the end of the 4th wave.
A noticeable trend in all hospitals in the department and in the entire Occitan area.
And also confirmed in Montpellier Average age Individuals hospitalized or placed in intensive care Dropped significantly Compared to previous waves.
Montpellier University Hospital told us on Monday that many people in intensive care are now in the middle. 40 and 60 years old.
80% of them have not been vaccinated yet.
The remaining 20% are people with severe or immunocompromised pathologies or the elderly who have already been vaccinated, but are very fragile.
The average age of people placed in intensive care was significantly reduced
Professor Sameer Jaber, Head of Department at Montpellier University Hospital and Territorial Director of Crisis for East Occitania regularly observed Clear resuscitation of persons placed in intensive care or intensive care.
“We are now on average 10 or 15 years younger than what we observed during previous waves. We are now seeing 28, 30, 32 year olds who we have never seen before.”
If the epidemic seems to be timed in France, do not overlook Occitani’s intensive care services, for now There is no special reduction.
Therefore it is difficult to predict the end of the 4th wave due to the delta variant. Like all experts, Professor Jaber is currently unable to answer this question.
“We are called the oscillation plate, which means it decreases daily, then increases, then decreases again, etc …. We are very modest compared to the instructions. At the moment, we can’t see the end of the tunnel! “