US News The number of patients Covid in resuscitation at a stable and high level
China: Omicron test on the eve of the Olympics
© REUTERS Workers dressed in health protection against the Covid-19 before the Beijing National Stadium, which is to take place the Opening Ceremony winter Olympics on February 4, 2022. Proud of its policy "zero Covid" led an iron fist since the beginning of the pandemic in Wuhan, China seems more in difficulty facing the Omicron variant, while the Olympics arrive . Half a dozen of cities affected by cases of varying Omicron Covid-19. Including Tianjin 100 kilometers from the Chinese capital .
The number of patients with critical hospitalized Cvid-19 has remained almost stable on Sunday, January 23, with 3,760 patients against 3 746 Saturday, according to Public health figures France. These services recorded 143 new admissions in the last 24 hours, against 214 the day before.
COVID-19 contaminations remain at a high level with 301,614 persons posted in 24 hours, according to data published Sunday by public health France. On average over seven days, this indicator amounts to 360,007 cases. Currently, 28,838 Covid patients are welcomed to the hospital, compared with 28,515 Friday. In 24 hours, 1,094 people were admitted to the hospital against 1,994 the day before.
Covid: more than 14,000 classes closed, a record since the spring 2020
© Copyright 2022, Obs The number of classes closed due to the CVIV-19 epidemic established this Friday, January 14 to 14 380 against 9 202 last week, the highest level since the spring of 2020, announced the Ministry of National Education. This figure includes classes that are closed due to COVID-19 cases, despite the removal of the rule of a class closure for three cases of COVIDs, and those that are due to the absence of teachers. This represents 2.73% of the country's 527,200 classes.
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ers video: variant omicron: a lower hospitalization rate (France 24)
if it is much more contagious than its predecessors, the Omicron variant also gives less than less Severe forms, which results in particular by shorter passages at the hospital and less frequent admissions in resuscitation.
In 24 hours, 115 people died from COVID, according to data published on Sunday Public Health France, against 167 the day before, bearing the total balance of deaths at 128,629 since the beginning of the epidemic.
while the vaccinal pass comes into force on Monday, January 24, 53,813,666 people received at least one injection (either 79.8% of the total population) and 52,479,166 people have a complete vaccination scheme (77.8% of the total population). In addition, 33,830,125 people received a booster dose.
COVID: While the peak of the epidemic is waiting for it, it is (still) the hospital that trins .
with more than 500,000 new cases of Covid recognized Tuesday night, France is far from reaching the peak of the epidemic. A record figure that has consequences for hospitalizations. © AFP.com/nicolas Tucat This time there are no longer the resuscitation services that carry the load of patients with COVID, but conventional hospitalization beds. Since the month of December the curve of new contaminations has something to give vertigo. Literally.