Michel Cymes was the guest of Lea Salame on the set of You Have the Word and split, from the start of the show, a recommendation for the attention of the entire medical profession.
Michel Cymes, it is the Mister medicine of paf. Often invited on TV shows to talk about medicine, he is also known for his often flirting jokes with political correctness but also his rants. Acolyte of Nagui during the presentation of Culture Quiz on the health field, he remains a recognized doctor who continues, in parallel with his media screw, to practice in his office. Since the Covid-19 crisis in France and in Europe, doctors and the entire medical profession have been on the alert. Mobilized, doctors not specialized in respiratory illnesses were called in for reinforcement in hospitals, as a health reserve. Michel Cymes also, therefore.
The call for help
The famous doctor has obviously responded to this call and will begin to help the teams mobilized against the coronavirus tomorrow morning. Tonight he was the guest of Lea Salame on the set of France 2 in the show It’s your turn to speak, which offered viewers, live, to talk openly about the Covid-19 with several doctors and politicians. Take stock of the current situation, discuss the containment put in place by the government, take stock of research into vaccines, treatments … From the start of the program, Michel Cymes wanted to bring a clear message to the to the epidemic we are living in: he is responding to the government’s call for help, and urging his colleagues to do the same.
Michel Cymes’ message to his colleagues
“I ask them to respond to the call for volunteers that was launched yesterday. 2,000 doctors have already answered the call […] The idea is to go and support the nursing staff, you cannot improvise yourself as a resuscitator. My colleagues must ask themselves the same questions as I asked myself by asking what we are going to be used for, are we not going to be a dead weight in an intensive care unit? […] We were asked to come and help the nurses, that’s what is extraordinary. […] We are going to come and help the nurses who know how to do it.”