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Kristof Vadino

Covid 19 Emergency

In the Intensive Care Unit of Hospital St Pierre, an elder nurse consolates a student nurse, affected by the critical conditions and deaths of corona patients. Begining of october the hospital had to merge to covid 19 intensive care units to be able to take care of all patients in critical conditions, fearing that in the near future they would be overwhelmed as cases kept growing.
In the Covid 19 Intensive Care Unit of Hospital CHU UCL in Namur a nurse takes a rest and looks at the operation of a critical corona patient. Beginning of april hospitals in Belgium were overwhelmd with corona patients, fearig a collapse of the health system.
In the Intensive Care Unit of Hospital St Pierre, a special team moves patients from an intensive care unit for covid patients to a bigger unit for covid 19 patients, a former pediatric unit. Begining of october the hospital had to merge to covid 19 intensive care units to be able to take care of all patients in critical conditions, fearing that in the near future they would be overwhelmed as cases kept growing.
In the Covid 19 Intensive Care Unit of Hospital CHU UCL in Namur doctor and nurse operate a patient in cricitcal condition. Beginning of april hospitals in Belgium were overwhelmd with corona patients, fearig a collapse of the health system.
In the Intensive Care Unit of Hospital St Pierre, head nurse and nurse watch out for an intubated patient in critical condition. Begining of october the hospital had to merge to covid 19 intensive care units to be able to take care of all patients in critical conditions, fearing that in the near future they would be overwhelmed as cases kept growing.

Olivier Papegnies

Haut-Karabakh : dans les coulisses des dernières heures.

Armenia declared that more than 2,300 soldiers had been killed during the six weeks of conflict. For his part, Vladimir Putin said that 4,000 people had died and tens of thousands had fled their homes. Azerbaijan has not confirmed the number of its own victims. Armenia, Erevan, November 1, 2020.

An Armenian enclave in the territory of Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh, the Transcaucasian self proclaimed republic, has been under fire from the Azerbaijani army since 27 September. Schools, hospitals and civilians are bombed, leading to a massive displacement of more than 60% of the population. Despite the noise of artillery fire and shelling, a few souls have chosen to stay put, such as in Stepanakert, the capital, where they live holed up in shelters waiting for better days, while their children and husbands are on the front line.

On 9 November, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed an agreement under the aegis of Russia to end hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, enshrining Azerbaijani military victories after six weeks of deadly fighting.
Barkev Martirosyan, Archbishop of the Armenian Church of Artsakh, prays in the crypt of the Holy Mother of God Cathedral. Inhabitants of Stepanakert, the capital of Nagorny Karabakh, Azerbaijani separatist territory populated mostly by Armenians, have found refuge to escape the Azerbaijani bombings. Azerbaijan,, Stepanakert, October 29, 2020. 

An Armenian enclave in the territory of Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh, the Transcaucasian self proclaimed republic, has been under fire from the Azerbaijani army since 27 September. Schools, hospitals and civilians are bombed, leading to a massive displacement of more than 60% of the population. Despite the noise of artillery fire and shelling, a few souls have chosen to stay put, such as in Stepanakert, the capital, where they live holed up in shelters waiting for better days, while their children and husbands are on the front line.

On 9 November, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed an agreement under the aegis of Russia to end hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, enshrining Azerbaijani military victories after six weeks of deadly fighting.
In front of Stepanakert hospital, blood-stained stretchers. Both civilians and soldiers wounded at the front or in the bombardments are taken to Stepanakert hospital for treatment. Azerbaijan, Stepanakert, October 29, 2020.
 
An Armenian enclave in the territory of Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh, the Transcaucasian self proclaimed republic, has been under fire from the Azerbaijani army since 27 September. Schools, hospitals and civilians are bombed, leading to a massive displacement of more than 60% of the population. Despite the noise of artillery fire and shelling, a few souls have chosen to stay put, such as in Stepanakert, the capital, where they live holed up in shelters waiting for better days, while their children and husbands are on the front line.

On 9 November, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed an agreement under the aegis of Russia to end hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, enshrining Azerbaijani military victories after six weeks of deadly fighting.
Both civilians and soldiers wounded at the front or in the bombardments are taken to Stepanakert hospital for treatment. Azerbaijan, Stepanakert ,October 29, 2020. 

An Armenian enclave in the territory of Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh, the Transcaucasian self proclaimed republic, has been under fire from the Azerbaijani army since 27 September. Schools, hospitals and civilians are bombed, leading to a massive displacement of more than 60% of the population. Despite the noise of artillery fire and shelling, a few souls have chosen to stay put, such as in Stepanakert, the capital, where they live holed up in shelters waiting for better days, while their children and husbands are on the front line.

On 9 November, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed an agreement under the aegis of Russia to end hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, enshrining Azerbaijani military victories after six weeks of deadly fighting.
The soldiers are on the front line of the Latchine corridor. Azerbaijan, Lachin, October 30, 2020. 

An Armenian enclave in the territory of Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh, the Transcaucasian self proclaimed republic, has been under fire from the Azerbaijani army since 27 September. Schools, hospitals and civilians are bombed, leading to a massive displacement of more than 60% of the population. Despite the noise of artillery fire and shelling, a few souls have chosen to stay put, such as in Stepanakert, the capital, where they live holed up in shelters waiting for better days, while their children and husbands are on the front line.

On 9 November, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed an agreement under the aegis of Russia to end hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, enshrining Azerbaijani military victories after six weeks of deadly fighting.

Roger Job

Soins Palliatifs Coronavirus

CHwapi  hospital, Tournai, Belgium 24/4/20.  Catherine night nurse listening to an old lady asking her how many days she has left before dying from coronavirus.  The lady is also sad to make her husband cry.
During first wave of Coronavirus in Belgium some elderly patients could not be saved by intensive care.  They were sent to the palliative unit.  The nurses who usually work there were used to deal with end-of-life patients but normally they could take care of the patients with the family.  Because of the sanitary measures they were alone with patients still contagious to the Coronavirus.  The most difficult was that they were banned from organizing any kind of embellishment of the last moments.   I started end of december 2019 a long story on nurse and elderly people.
CHwapi  hospital, Tournai, Belgium 22/4/20.  Lucy nurse is talking to patient sick with coronavirus.  The patient lady is almost deaf so she needs to come very close to be heard.  
During first wave of Coronavirus in Belgium some elderly patients could not be saved by intensive care.  They were sent to the palliative unit.  The nurses who usually work there were used to deal with end-of-life patients but normally they could take care of the patients with the family.  Because of the sanitary measures they were alone with patients still contagious to the Coronavirus.  The most difficult was that they were banned from organizing any kind of embellishment of the last moments.  I started end of december 2019 a long story on nurse and elderly people.
CHwapi  hospital, Tournai, Belgium 23/4/20.  Lindsay nurse spending time with patient scare to pass away from coronavirus. 
During first wave of Coronavirus in Belgium some elderly patients could not be saved by intensive care.  They were sent to the palliative unit.  The nurses who usually work there were used to deal with end-of-life patients but normally they could take care of the patients with the family.  Because of the sanitary measures they were alone with patients still contagious to the Coronavirus.  The most difficult was that they were banned from organizing any kind of embellishment of the last moments.  I started end of december 2019 a long story on nurse and elderly people.
CHwapi  hospital, Tournai, Belgium 22/4/20. Lindsay nurse is washing a coronavirus patient who will die anytime soon.  Her colleague makes sure everything's okay. 
During first wave of Coronavirus in Belgium some elderly patients could not be saved by intensive care.  They were sent to the palliative unit.  The nurses who usually work there were used to deal with end-of-life patients but normally they could take care of the patients with the family.  Because of the sanitary measures they were alone with patients still contagious to the Coronavirus.  The most difficult was that they were banned from organizing any kind of embellishment of the last moments.   I started end of december 2019 a long story on nurse and elderly people.
CHwapi  hospital, Tournai, Belgium 23/4/2020.  Fanny (left)  & Lucy, nurses, sending flying kiss to an old woman who unbelievably recovered from Coronavirus.   .
During first wave of Coronavirus in Belgium some elderly patients could not be saved by intensive care.  They were sent to the palliative unit.  The nurses who usually work there were used to deal with end-of-life patients but normally they could take care of the patients with the family.  Because of the sanitary measures they were alone with patients still contagious to the Coronavirus.  The most difficult was that they were banned from organizing any kind of embellishment of the last moments.   I started end of december 2019 a long story on nurse and elderly people.

Nick Hannes

An Unexpected Lesson in Joy

Billie and Suzanne are entertaining our cat with a dead rat.
From the series 'Corona Diary' by Nick Hannes (March-May 2020).
With the prospect of a long stay at home due to the outbreak of the Civic-19 virus, I decided to start a visual diary of my life with my partner Anja and with my twin daughters Billie and Suzanne in the village of Ranst, Belgium.
On the last day of the Easter holidays Billie and Suzanne play cat and mouse in the meadow behind our house.
From the series 'An Unexpected Lesson in Joy' by Nick Hannes (March-May 2020).
With the prospect of a long stay at home due to the outbreak of the Civic-19 virus, I decided to start a visual diary of my life with my partner Anja and with my twin daughters Billie and Suzanne in the village of Ranst, Belgium.
My daughters Billie and Suzanne are helping our chicken Alexandra to cross a pond in the garden.
From the series 'Corona Diary' by Nick Hannes (March-May 2020).
With the prospect of a long stay at home due to the outbreak of the Civic-19 virus, I decided to start a visual diary of my life with my partner Anja and with my twin daughters Billie and Suzanne in the village of Ranst, Belgium.
Suzanne looking at a snail on the window. Covid-19 forced us to slow down. The virus - however terrible for those affected - also makes us realise that competing and consuming is not the essence of our existence. Hopefully we will take some of that with us to the post-Corona era.
From the series 'An Unexpected Lesson in Joy' by Nick Hannes (March-May 2020).
With the prospect of a long stay at home due to the outbreak of the Civic-19 virus, I decided to start a visual diary of my life with my partner Anja and with my twin daughters Billie and Suzanne in the village of Ranst, Belgium.
Anja wakes up. No more traveling. The world is at home.
From the series 'An Unexpected Lesson in Joy' by Nick Hannes (March-May 2020).
With the prospect of a long stay at home due to the outbreak of the Civic-19 virus, I decided to start a visual diary of my life with my partner Anja and with my twin daughters Billie and Suzanne in the village of Ranst, Belgium.