US News DIRECT. Covid-19: 224 new deaths, "Christmas will not be a normal holiday", warns Olivier Véran

11:05  01 november  2020
11:05  01 november  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Le ministre de la Santé, Olivier Véran. © Nicolas Tucat / EPA The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran.

The coronavirus epidemic caused 224 new deaths in France this Saturday, October 31. While we are celebrating All Saints' Day this Sunday, November 1, the Minister of Health Olivier Véran is already anticipating the end of the year celebrations and warning that they will not take place under the usual conditions. In England, a new confinement begins Thursday, November 5. It will last until December 2.

The novel coronavirus epidemic continues to progress in France. 224 new deaths are to be deplored in the last 24 hours and a peak in intensive care hospitalizations is to be feared for mid-November. The number of Covid-19 patients hospitalized in intensive care or intensive care stood at 3,443 on Saturday, with 339 new admissions since the day before, according to figures from Public Health France.

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A SAGE scientist warned Covid is 'running riot' across all age groups and hospitals are treating four times as many women aged 20-40 Senior SAGE sources say it is 'not too late to save Christmas ' if a month-long lockdown is introduced. They are calling for the closure of all pubs and restaurants and

- Christmas will not be a normal holiday this year and it is difficult to envisage big evenings for the New Years Eve of December 31, warned the Minister of Health Olivier Véran, who however hopes that the conditions will allow families to meet again.

- Since the announcement of the closure of so-called non-essential businesses by the government, as part of the reconfinement, many local elected officials have tried to circumvent the rule by issuing bylaws.

- The start of the school year in France will be this Monday, November 2 in new sanitary conditions. Children must wear a mask from 6 years old and new certificates are required to take them to school.

- In England, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced this Saturday, October 31, that a new lockdown will begin Thursday, November 5, . It will last until December 2. The schools will remain open.

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Victoria has reported zero new Covid - 19 cases and deaths on Sunday. His comment followed the announcement Victoria had reported no new Covid - 19 cases or deaths , marking the fourth Mr Sutton also warned pubs and restaurants to follow Covid - 19 safety measures, saying there were a

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- Elsewhere in Europe, Austria also announced an re-containment from Tuesday until the end of November. In Belgium , the measures are tightened with the closure of "non-essential" shops and the obligation of teleworking for companies where it is possible. Partial re-adjustments were also decided in Greece and in Portugal .

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Olivier Véran has made an appointment at the end of next week or the beginning of the following week to "take stock" and announce "additional measures" if necessary. © afp.com/ERIC PIERMONT In front of an stand Will France soon see the first effects of the second confinement? The question is in everyone's mind as contaminations continue to surge and the toll now exceeds 40,000 deaths since the start of the epidemic.

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