Less than 8000 patients in the hospital

Le nombre de malades hospitalisés stagne en France.

Update in case – New steps, new reports, highlights: Le Figaro Kovid-19 takes a collection of the latest developments in pandemic around the world.

Although the number of hospitalized patients in France is stagnant, the rate of infection is still low, and officials are concerned about the “vaccine gap” between the vaccinated population and non-vaccinated population. Le Figaro Kovid-19 takes stock this Sunday, July 4th, about the latest information related to the Pandemic.

  • 7,913 patients were admitted to the hospital on Sunday

According to Public Health France, hospital statistics for the Kovid-19 epidemic remain stable. Hospitals had 7,913 Kovid-19 patients on Sunday (7,912 on Saturday and 8,986 last Sunday), including 1,104 in critical care (1,102 yesterday and 1,345 seven days ago). In the last 24 hours, 41 patients (up from 79 yesterday) were admitted to the hospital and 12 patients (17 in the previous day) were admitted to the emergency room and reserved for critically ill patients.

  • Nine deaths in 24 hours

Within 24 hours, 9 people from Kovid-19 died in hospital, bringing the total number of deaths due to the disease to 111,190 since the outbreak began in early 2020. Including 84,717 people in the hospital.

  • 2,549 new cases as of Saturday

On the pollution side, 2,549 new cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours. The positivity rate representing the number of positive tests compared to all the tests performed has dropped by 0.8% in the last seven days.

  • Vaccination 36.2% of the population

Since the start of immunization, 34,549,222 people have received at least one vaccine (51.2% of the total population) and 24,426,131 people now have a complete vaccination schedule (i.e. 36.2% of the population).

  • Warning from Alain Fisher, “Monsieur Vaccine”
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Those waiting to “make a mistake” warned the French government’s “Mr. vaccine” Alan Fischer, while the anti-Kovid vaccine campaign was steaming in the country. “Immunizing today protects us at the beginning of the school year”, He said. Government spokesman Gabriel Atal issued the warning on Sunday “Vaccine Fracture” That may be the cause “Anger between the French” Vaccination and others.

  • Russia: Pollution record

Russia announced on Sunday that it had detected 25,142 new Kovid-19 pollutants in the past 24 hours. This is a record since the beginning of January when the Delta variant affected the country. People are skeptical about national vaccines. Of the 146 million Russians, 23.6 percent, or only 16% of the population, are vaccinated.

  • Luxembourg: The Prime Minister is in hospital

Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel was hospitalized 24 hours a day on Sunday “As a precaution” One week after Kovid-19 tested positive for further analysis, the government said in a press release.

Xavier Bettel began a ten-day period of isolation on June 27th. He then presented with mild symptoms (fever, headache). He was first vaccinated with AstraZeneca on May 6.

  • “Essential” workers in White House

On July 4, 1776, the day of the American Declaration of Independence, Democratic President Joe Biden invited caretakers, soldiers, and other “essential” workers to Washington for a barbecue and fireworks.

  • Olympic Games: Serbian athlete tested positive for Kovid-19
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An athlete from the Olympic delegation The Serbian tested positive for Kovid-19 when he arrived in Japan. A member of the rowing team that arrived at Tokyo Haneda Airport checked in when it arrived at Tokyo Haneda Airport on Saturday, an official in Nando City (central), where the team had planned to train before the Olympics, said.

He was included in the detachment and the other four members of the team were moved to another location near the airport.

  • About four million people died

Since the end of December 2019, 3,974,841 people worldwide have died of pandemic, according to a report released by the AFP from official official circles at 10:00 GMT on Sunday.

The worst-hit countries were the United States (605,493), followed by Brazil (523,587), India (402,005), Mexico (233,580) and Peru (193,069). These figures are generally underestimated based on daily reports from national health authorities. The World Health Organization estimates that the number of pandemics is two to three times higher.

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