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Health & Fitness Coronavirus in France: 54 deaths in hospitals in the last 24 hours

22:05  08 june  2020
22:05  08 june  2020 Source:   lexpress.fr

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The decline continues in the intensive care units, with 29 fewer people compared to Sunday. A total of 1,024 patients are still in intensive care.

29 209 personnes sont mortes en France depuis le début de l'épidémie. © AFP 29,209 people have died in France since the start of the epidemic.

France has recorded 54 deaths linked to Covid-19 in hospitals in the past 24 hours, bringing to 29,209 the total number of deaths in the country since the start of the epidemic, according to a report released Monday by the Directorate General of Health (DGS).

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In addition, the number of serious cases of Covid-19, requiring hospitalization in intensive care, continues its slow but regular decline: it fell on Monday to 1,024 people, or 29 less compared to Sunday. The number of patients in intensive care has been decreasing for several weeks, a sign that the epidemic is currently under control in France.

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