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More than 20,000 patients diagnosed with CVIV-19 are hospitalized in France this Tuesday, January 4, according to the latest public health figures France. It is a plateau that the country has not exceeded since May 2021. There is a point on the situation territory.
The pressure continues to intensify in the hospital. In total, more than 20,000 patients with theare hospitalized in France this Tuesday, January 4, 2022.
In one day, yesterday, French hospitals have admitted nearly 3,000 new patients with CIVID-19. By smoothing statistical data over a seven-day period, the hospital records about 1,800 new admissions per day at the date of this Tuesday. An influx up 38% compared to the previous week on the same time scale.
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In critical care services, which welcome patients with the most serious forms, 460 new entries were recorded during the day of Tuesday, January 4th. On average over seven days, nearly 300 patients are welcomed on a daily basis: an increase of 7% to a week apart.
Saturated hospitals in the south-east of the country
If health workers are outside north south of the hexagon, the situation seems to be even more tense in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur.
Since the outbreak of the white plan, December 7, 2021, the tension has continued to grow in hospitals in the PACA region. According to the latest public health figures France, the occupancy rate of civid-19 patients re-cavided 113% in the region, compared to the abilities of the initial beds before the sanitary crisis. Towards Brittany, Normandy, or towards the Grand East,
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on the island of beauty, saturation also arrived at the end of the year 2021. After a transfer of two Corsican patients to Finistère as of December 29, 2021,.
Here is the evolution of the number of hospitalized patients diagnosed Covid-19, by department, since September 2020:
as well as the evolution for critical care services:
if the Omicron, according to the results of recent studies, it can still cause "Three, four-day oxygen requirements" and "we expect an influx of patients in conventional hospitalization beds" , Recalled the Minister of Health Olivier Véran, Monday, January 3rd
For this epidemic wave fueled mainly by two variants, the minister summarizes that "Delta Sature resuscitation, Omicron conventional hospitalizations" , and predicted a difficult January in the hospital.
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