The Dr François Marquis, head of department of intensive care, Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, relates having seen people of 40 years to die of the COVID-19, and “people 30 years to pass extremely close to dying.”
“You don’t want it to be 30 years old when you have a small family,” insisted Dr. Marquis, Tuesday morning, on QUB radio.
In the aftermath of the call that the minister of public Safety, Genevieve Guilbault, has launched in the 15-34 years of age, the physician specialist in intensive care, said he was troubled by the behaviour of some young people who do not seem to take seriously the risks associated with the COVID-19.
He criticizes the young people to be critical of other generations, but in so doing, their head, especially in this period of a pandemic. “You do exactly what you object to other generations.”
According to him, for the second wave, Québec will be faced with “a series of small outbreaks that will stick together and it is there that we will lose control”.
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