October 22, 2021

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Kovid-19: 27 new deaths in France, decline continues to be slow in hospitals

Kovid-19: 27 new deaths in France, decline continues to be slow in hospitals

The epidemic is still raging at low speed in France, but the executive has made health a major route in its strategy. Possibility to extend until July 31, 2022, If the situation requires.

According to the latest report from Public Health France, there are 6,601 patients Kovid-19 Were hospitalized against 6629 Mardi And last Wednesday 7038. Of these patients, 219 were hospitalized in the last 24 hours.

With 58 new entries in Critical Care Services since Tuesday, 1,091 people are being cared for on Tuesday in these units reserved for the most serious cases. They were 1111 the day before, 1242 seven days ago. In the last 24 hours, 5,578 new cases were identified. 5,578 new cases have been identified in the last 24 hours, a number that has risen slightly over several days. As of Wednesday, they were at 4,946.

The number of daily hospitalizations of patients with Kovid-19 has not dropped to a few days, almost 190. It was “just” down 8% in one week, to 28% in early October.

Suddenly, the number of occupied beds is declining, but even here, the rate of decline is “faster” than ever before.

Public Health France also listed 27 deaths related to SARS-CoV-2 infection in hospital in the last 24 hours. Since the outbreak, 117,145 people have died in France.

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Since the vaccine campaign began in France, 50,947,545 people have received at least one injection or 75.6% of the total population, according to the Directorate General of Health (DGS). 49,367,087 now have a full vaccination schedule or 73.2% of the total population.