Covid-19: France exceeds the limit of 110,000 victims of the pandemic

Since the start of the pandemic a year and a half ago, France now has 110,091 deaths linked to the coronavirus, with 66 deaths recorded in the past 24 hours. But all indicators remain positive.

While the world has experienced more than three and a half million deaths since January 1, 2020, Covid-19 has killed 11,091 people in French territory, following a count by Public Health France on Monday. In the last 24 hours, 66 more people have died due to this virus.

The data for this Monday, June 7 was closed by health officials at 2 p.m.
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An incidence rate is now 72 per 100,000 residents.

This Monday evening, the daily infection figure remains the same as the week’s low, with only 1,164 positive cases being reported. More than 7,000, far below the daily average of last week. The only real point of comparison, it is below 60 compared to last Monday. The incidence rate is 72 per 100,000 residents.

In terms of hospitalisation, 14,323 people are currently in hospital for one Covid-19 infection, which is 202 fewer than on Sunday. Of these 14,000 patients, 2,472 are treated in critical care units, which is less than 55 people.

Situation in Landes presented as “Under Control”.

In Landes, where 31 cases of contamination with the Indian version, Delta said, have been officially recorded, the prefect held a press point on Monday, notably referring to the 30% increase in the incidence rate in the department . According to the state representative, the situation is “under control” and this increase in incidence is not alarming, knowing that there is “between 80 and 100 cases per 100,000 residents”.

“On #WHA74“I call for a massive global effort to vaccinate at least 10% of the population of all countries by September and at least 30% by the end of the year.”@Dr Tedros #vaccineequity https://t.co/seH42FR9rg

— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) June 7, 2021

Globally, the pandemic is now teeming with 3.6 million deaths, including 726,000 in Europe, indicates Public Health France, with a total of more than 170 million positive cases identified. A very underestimated number, of course. On Monday, the head of the World Health Organization called on the world to make a global effort to reach 10% of the world’s population vaccinated in September and 30% by the end of the year. The key to hope to end the pandemic.

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