May 27, 2022

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In the worst case scenario France does not exclude 3rd detention

In the worst case scenario France does not exclude 3rd detention

Paris | Health Minister Oliver Veron has warned in an interview that a third detention in France will not be ruled out as the epidemic worsens. Sunday newspaper, During the launch of the COVID-19 vaccine campaign in French territory.

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“We can never rule out the need to protect the population. It is not that we have decided, but that we are examining the situation hour by hour,” the minister declared.

After the end of the year’s holidays, officials fear a third wave could come in the coming weeks.

Since the transmission of the virus is still important, Mr. Warren agreed, “an average of 15,000 contaminants were detected per day, and we dropped to 11,000 …”.

“5000 target [cas de contamination par jour] Do not go. The pressure on the health system is high, with 1,500 hospital admissions per day and very little in intensive care, ”the minister said, adding that he was ready to take necessary action if the situation arose. ‘Intensified’.

The situation in “Grand Estate, Bourgogne – Franche-Comte” is already worrying [centre-est] And the Alps-Maritimes section [sud-est]Starting with “Nice”, he said, “the incidence is increasing in the elderly in some rural areas.”

Many mayors in eastern France, including Reims, have been urging for several days to “rebuild regionally or nationally” after Christmas.