Health & Fitness 418 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours in France, the bar of 3000 deaths crossed

23:50  30 march  2020
23:50  30 march  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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Total Coronavirus Deaths in France . 22,180 new cases and 857 new deaths in France . Of the 1,220 deaths reported today, 363 represent a backlog over the previous week which Worldometer has redistributed accordingly (" The number of deaths in week 44 shows a significant increase compared

French health authorities reported 89 new deaths from coronavirus on Wednesday, taking the total to 264, or an increase of almost 51 percent, as the country was in its second day of a lockdown aimed… France 24 is not responsible for the content of external websites.

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The coronavirus epidemic has made 418 deaths recorded in hospital in 24 hours (against 292 announced the day before) ), the largest increase in number on a day since the start of the epidemic, according to the assessment posted online by the government this Monday, March 30. The mark of 3,000 deaths since the start of the epidemic has been crossed.

,424 people have also gone into intensive care in the past 24 hours, and 792 have been cured.

The total number of people hospitalized is now close to 21,000 (+1,592 since Sunday) including a very large influx of heavy cases in intensive care (+424) where 5,056 patients are admitted to date.

Île-de-France expects peak

For the Ile-de-France region, now the most affected and which expects a "peak" this week, 954 deaths have been recorded in hospitals (+ 147) and 1,792 people were placed in intensive care (+124); 597 new patients were hospitalized, bringing their total number to 7,689.

Le Grand Est, which was the first region to be seriously affected, recorded 3,950 hospitalizations on Monday evening, including 844 in intensive care and 917 deaths in hospital.

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