French mayor BANS residents from dying on weekends and holidays as a result of lack of docs

French mayor BANS citizens from dying on weekends and holidays due to lack of doctors


The mayor of a rural French group has taken the fairly excessive and outlandish resolution to ban residents from “dying of their houses on Saturdays, Sundays and on public holidays” as a result of an absence of docs within the space.

La Gresle is group of roughly 850 individuals on the outskirts of Lyon which, like many rural communities throughout France, suffers an acute dearth of docs, nurses and different medical practitioners.

The issue got here to a head early this December after no physician could possibly be discovered to document official medical particulars following the dying of an aged nursing residence resident. 

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“The SAMU (native emergency medical companies workplace) refused to ship us a health care provider and requested the native police to deal with the executive duties,” La Gresle Mayor Isabelle Dugelet mentioned, including that a health care provider was ultimately discovered who was keen to drive in from a neighboring area to assist out with the unlucky state of affairs. 

The mayor’s workplace mentioned in a press release that the “absurd order” was in response to “the absurdity of the [healthcare] system.” 

A current dying on a Sunday has proved the absurdity of a system, to which the mayor responds with an absurd order. 

Acknowledging that the ‘dying ban’ is certainly a publicity stunt to attempt to draw consideration to the group’s dire healthcare state of affairs, the mayor decried the “catastrophic well being state of affairs” in La Gresle and neighbouring villages. 

Whereas residents can hunt down healthcare in different areas and municipalities, they face penalties towards their medical help grants from the federal government in the event that they achieve this.

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