If the epidemic seems to have passed, with A slight decrease in the incidence rate nationally in recent days, Hospitals continue to welcome more and more Kovid-19 patients. The latest figures from Public Health France, published on Monday, show an increase in hospital admissions and critical care services on Monday.
A total of 11,007 patients were hospitalized this Monday in France due to a Kovid-19 infection. That’s 356 more That Sunday (10,651) and last Monday (10,151) seven days ago it was 856 higher. 943 new admissions (excluding return home) were registered in the last 24 hours, 542 on Sunday and 950 on the previous day.
In Critical care services (Resuscitation, intensive care and continuous monitoring), stress is always high and the number of patients continues to increase. There were 2,215 people hospitalized there on Monday, up from 2,128 the day before and 1,908 seven days ago. 235 new patients were admitted there in the last 24 hours (before 103 and 178, one day earlier and one week ago).
108 deaths in 24 hours
86,991 people have died in hospital since the outbreak began. Of those, 108 were in the last 24 hours. At the same time, on Sunday, 44 people died and 97 died a week ago.
Public Health France on Monday reported 5,166 new positive cases in the last 24 hours, up from 5,829 a week ago. However, this number should be taken with a grain of salt: since the introduction of the Health Pass, More tests were done ; Monday numbers are usually lower as Sunday exams are lower. On Sunday, during the same period, 17,300 positive cases were identified.
The vaccine is ongoing. 47,620,552 had at least one injection (i.e. 70.6% of the total population) and 41,637,794 now have a full vaccination schedule (i.e. 61.8% of the total population), the Directorate General of Health (DGS) reported this Monday evening. 469,609 injections were given in the last 24 hours, including 136,508 first doses.
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