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There was an increase in the number of infected people on Monday as well. There are 178.2 Covid-19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, up from 173 on Sunday.

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According to Public Health France, the number of Covid-19 infections is on the rise again, with a 33% increase in just one week. There are an average of 17,000 pollution cases per day.

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From Sunday, September 11 to Monday, September 12, 4,579 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in France. Less than the previous day (16,422), but compared to Monday, September 5 (3,443). The incidence rate increased again. It is 178.2 cases per 100,000 population, compared to 173 on Sunday.

The number of tests conducted in the last two weeks has also been increasing. The incidence rate is increasing, especially in children under 10 years of age. This increase started just before the start of the school year and increased with the return to school. One explanation is that everyone may have forgotten the barrier gestures during the pro-pollution holidays.

The currently popular Omicron BA5 is highly contagious. It is more dangerous than before, yet 13,183 patients are still being treated in hospital due to Covid-19, of which 725 are in critical care. Since March 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic has killed 125,407 people in hospitals.

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