Ireland Coronavirus: the hospitalized patients will pass under the bar of 9,000
Coronavirus: more than 4 million deaths worldwide, according to a reuters count
health-coronavirus-world-deaths: coronavirus: more than 4 million dead in the world, according to a reuters count © Reuters / Danish Ismail Coronavirus: More than 4 million dead in the world, according to a Reuters count by Roshan Abraham and Ahmed Farhatha (Reuters) - The balance of deaths related to the coronavirus in the world has taken the course of the four million Thursday, according to a countdown From Reuters, while many countries are struggling to get enough vaccines for their populati
The number of patients of the hospitalized Covid-19 in France continued to fall on Saturday and is preparing to iron under the 9,000 bar for the first time since more than eight Month, according to official figuresBALANCE SHEET - The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in France continued to go down on Saturday and is preparing to iron below the 9,000 for the first time for more than eight months, according to official figures
the decline continues. Currently, 9,024 patients from theare hospitalized, compared to 9.190 the day before and about 31,000 two months before, mid-April, at the peak of the third wave. This figure was no longer ironed under the 9,000 bar since October 13th.
relaxation in France, 3.8 million dead in the world ... The point on coronavirus
New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: the point on the latest developments in the Pandemic of Covid-19 in the world. © Reuters / Gonzalo Fuentes The situation in France Three days after the end of the obligation of the port of the outdoor mask, the French found an almost normal life, with the emergence of the curfew introduced there are eight months ago , thanks to the decline in contamination.
Among these hospitalized patients, 1.349 are in critical care services, reserved for the most severely affected patients, against 6,000 two months before. Again, you have to go back to October 4 to find a total as low. On average, over the last seven days, some 140 people have been hospitalized daily, including just over 30 in critical care services.
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on the launched in recent days, there are about 2,000 new cases detected in 24 hours. The disease won 12 patients in 24 hours at the hospital,, bringing the total deaths to 110,980 since the beginning of the epidemic, in March 2020.
62% of the primo-vaccinated adults in France, the balance of the dead in the world ... The point on the coronavirus
New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: the point on the latest evolutions of the pandemic of Covid-19 in the world. © Reuters / Ivan Alvarado The situation in France The French hospitals welcomed less than 10,000 patients with COVID-19, according to public health data published on Wednesday. A more level seen since mid-October, in the middle of the second wave. There were 9,771 hospitalized patients due to COVID, compared with 10,046 patients on Tuesday.
, 21.1 million People are now completely vaccinated (either with two doses or with one for people who had already had the CVIV-19 or received the Janssen vaccine), accounting for 31.3% of the total population. In addition, 33.3 million people received at least one injection (49.4% of the total population).
In recent days, the government and the health authorities emphasized the importance of being completely vaccinated to damage the coronavirus delta variant,.
Less than 8000 patients hospitalized in France ... The point on coronavirus .
New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: the point on the latest evolutions of the Pandemic of Covid-19 in the world. © Andrew Kelly / Reuters The situation in France The hospital figures of the Cvid-19 epidemic remained stable and at a level still content on Sunday, according to Public Health France. The hospitals counted Sunday 7,913 CVIV-19 patients (compared to 7.912 Saturday and 8,986 on the previous Sunday), including 1.104 critical care (1.102 the day before and 1.345 seven days)