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Emmanuel Macron announced Monday that the cap of the 40 million primo-vaccinated people has been crossed. "We continue!" , he added.
France has just passed the Cap of the 40 million primo-vaccinated, with a month ahead of the initial walking board. And it is the head of state,who took the announcement on Monday morning. "It's all together we defeat the virus. We continue!" He tweeted. "40 million French have received at least one dose of vaccine, nearly 60% of the population (+ 4 million in fifteen days)", indicated on the post accompanying its message.
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It is all together that we defeat the virus. We continue !- Emmanuel Macron (@emmanuelmacron)
They are nearly 50% (33.2 million) to have a complete vaccination scheme, added the Ministry of the Health.
Cap of the 40 million is reached a few hours after the adoption by the Parliament of the bill providing for the controversial extension of the sanitary pass and the immunization obligation for caregivers, which Emmanuel Macron announced on July 12 to cope. at the "fourth wave" of the epidemic related to the progression of the delta variant. Since this speaking of the Head of State, the number of injections per day has intensified. On July 16, 879,597 injections had been made in 24 hours, a record.
card. COVID-19: Fifteen departments are now above the maximum warning threshold in France
© Lucie Weeger / West-France A man receives a dose of VVID-19 vaccine at the Robert-Poirier vaccination center of Rennes, July 16, 2021. According to public health figures France of this Monday, July 26, in fifteen departments, the rate of incidence is above the maximum warning threshold set by the government. All indicators are on the rise. This Monday, July 26, Public Health France announces 5,307 new cases of Covid-19 listed in 24 hours, against 4,151 cases on Monday, July 19th.
last week,that the target of 40 million first doses of Vaccines against CIVID-19 injected "should be reached at the end of July" and already set the next Cap to 50 million primo-vaccinated at the end of August.
according to the key figures communicated Sunday by Public Health France, the health situation remains globally stable despite the skyrocketing cases of contamination for about fifteen days (16,167 new cases Sunday). Hospitals accounted for 6,843 COVID-19 patients with 92 new 24-hour admissions, 886 of whom are in critical care services. 111.644 Deaths have been listed in France since the beginning of the pandemic.
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