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France is ending its first unconfined weekend, and generally very sunny. The epidemic, it still shows itself every evening, with the epidemic assessment of the general direction of health. This Sunday, France has registered 483 deaths in the last 24 hours.
In total, and since the start of the epidemic, 28,108 have died from the disease. Among them, 17,466 people died in hospital services. The remaining 10,642 victims lost their lives in the medico-social centers, among which are the nursing homes.
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Specialists have been scrutinizing the resuscitation figures since the start of the epidemic. It is he who provides the most precise information on the dynamics of the epidemic. In this regard, the DGS has indicated that 2,087 remain to this day supported within these specialized services. In the past 24 hours, 24 new patients have been admitted. The balance, which takes into account discharges, continues its decline that began several weeks ago now, with 45 fewer patients.
The DGS also lists more traditional hospitalizations, intended for the least serious cases of covid-19. A total of 19,361 people are cared for in French hospitals. In the last 24 hours, 152 new admissions have been recorded.
The pandemic of the new coronavirus has killed at least 311,959 people worldwide since its appearance in December in China. Over 4,647,980 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed in 196 countries. This number of diagnosed cases, however, only reflects a fraction of the actual number of infections, with a large number of countries only testing cases requiring hospital care. Among these cases, at least 1,656,100 are now considered cured.
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