Hospital Complex in France Cancels Operations, Transfers Patients Following a Cyberattack
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France’s health ministry said a hospital complex in Versailles, near Paris, the Hospital Centre of Versailles, which consists of Andre-Mignot Hospital, Richaud Hospital, and the Despagne Retirement Home, had to cancel operations and transfer some patients after being hit by an unspecified cyberattack over the weekend.
Telephone communications, internet, and all computer systems have been cut off, and the regional health agency (ARS) said the Andre-Mignot Hospital had canceled operations but was doing everything possible to keep walk-in services and consultations running.
Health Minister Francois Braun said Six patients had been transferred since Saturday evening, three from intensive care and three from the neonatal unit, and that the attack had led to a “total reorganization of the hospital.” (AFP)
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