Health Minister Agnès Buzyn on Monday presented a plan of some 750 million euros. And the executive does not foresee additional measures in the immediate future, said government spokeswoman Sibeth Ndiaye.
Despite the plan of some 750 million euros unveiled by the Minister of Health, the strike in the emergency services is not running out of steam. The Association of Emergency Physicians of France (Amuf) announced Thursday, September 12, join the protest movement. This is the first medical organization to join the movement. "We do not agree at all" with the measures unveiled by the government, told the press Patrick Pelloux, president of the Amuf. "This money is totally unsuitable", he added.
After six months of mobilization, the collective Inter-urgencies voted on Tuesday for a new day of action on September 26th. He continues to demand "bed reopenings", "recruitments up to the needs" as well as a "net monthly increase of 300 euros for all hospitals".