24,995 people, including 3,453, were hospitalized in intensive care

The epidemic has killed 86,332 people in France since its inception. (Painting)

DSC figures stable compared to Friday. This derives from hospital data published by Public Health France on Saturday 27 February: Due to Kovid-19, the number of hospitalized patients dropped to about 25,000, including about 3,400 in intensive care. French hospitals on Friday welcomed 24,995 patients with coronovirus as against 25991. A week ago, there were 25,269.

Of these, about 25,000 hospitalized patients have been admitted to 1,007 hospitalizations in the last 24 hours (1,634 Fridays). Intensive care units, which received the most severe cases, had 3,453 patients (208 transferred in the last 24 hours) as against 3,445 on Friday. Some 24,000 (23,996) people have tested positive for the virus (compared to 25,207 on Fridays) and positivity rates, i.e. the number of positives they all tested, were up 7.2%, compared to 7.1% Friday and 6.1 is. % Saturday 20 February.

Public Health France announced the deaths of 186 on Saturday, 286 on Friday and 183 a week earlier. The epidemic killed 86,332 people in France a year earlier. The bar of 3 million people receiving at least one dose of the vaccine will soon be exceeded: we were at 2.918 million on Friday – published data relate to data from a day earlier – 1.561 million of whom received two doses of vaccination. .

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