Over 4,120 patients in intensive care this Sunday, 140 new deaths in 24 hours

Air evacuation from Ile-de-France took place this weekend. – Jacques Witt / Sipa

The pressure is increasing slightly every day. According to figures from Public Health France, the number of Kovid patients rose further on Sunday, while hospital pressure remains at a high level, showing more than 25,000 new contamination.

While the threshold of 4,000 Kovid patients in intensive care or intensive care was crossed for the first time since the end of November on Friday, the number rose slightly again in 24 hours, to 4,127 on Saturday, including 188 new admissions.

Concerns in लेle-de-France

More than a quarter of these patients in Shift (1,134) are in Ile-de-France, where a particularly worrying situation is arranging health authorities to transfer patients to other areas. With 821 new hospitals across the country in 24 hours, hospitals in France now have 24,989 Kovid patients, a slight increase from the previous days.

140 new deaths were recorded in the hospital in 24 hours, leading to 90,455 deaths from Kovid-19, including 65,118 in hospitals since the epidemic began in hospitals and nursing homes. On Friday, the 90,000 mark was exceeded.

New cases on the rise in a week

The number of new cases of contamination increased to 26,343, from 29,759 a day earlier and 21,825 a week ago. The positivity rate (the number of people positive for Kovid-19 out of all those tested) remains at 7.4%.

On the vaccination side, 5,072,244 people have received “at least one dose vaccine”, with figures up to 24 hours late as of Saturday.

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