8:58 am: Roslyn Bachelot tests positive for Kovid-19
Culture Minister Roslyn Bachelot announced on Saturday that Kovid-19 had tested positive. More information in our article.
8:22 am: Light imprisonment: Atal defends government strategy
This Sunday, a government spokesman defended the executive’s strategy in the fight against Kovid-19. Sunday Newspaper. “If we can go back to January 29, we will make the same decision,” he assures, citing examples from neighboring countries: “Germany has been in strict detention since mid-December, and cases are on the rise.
“Some are arguing for a permanent prison. We want to get there with as much restraint as possible,” he said.
7:37 am: New areas soon in “very difficult” condition
Scientific Council member Arnaud Fontanet warned that areas other than the 16 departments subject to the new restrictions could soon become known as the “English variant”.
In an interview Sunday newspaperHe demanded that other areas where the epidemic spreads be submitted without delay to the restrictions applied from Saturday in 16 departments.
6:52 am: Demonstrations against restrictions elsewhere in Europe
Germany, Switzerland, Great Britain, Bulgaria, Austria … Thousands of people protested across Europe to condemn the “dictatorship” of health controls against the epidemic.
Police in the German city of kasalil there was a rally attended by 15,000 to 20,000 people to encounter, and this is one of the largest rally of rainilutanilamulla. Police used pepper spray to disperse them.
6:47 am: More than 4,300 patients are in the intensive care unit until the end of November
Stress in the intensive care unit welcomes patients with severe forms of Kovid-19, with 4,353 patients on Saturday, up from 4,246 on Thursday, the new highest rate since the end of November. However, the number of new entrants dropped to 317 (382 from 48 hours ago).
New hospitals also saw a decline: 1,348 in the last 24 hours and 1,661 on Thursday. French hospitals now have 25,537 Kovid patients, up from 25,389 on Thursday.
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