In this fourth week of confinement, the coronavirus balance sheet continues to increase.

Coronavirus in France: The 10,000 Deaths Mark Crossed, 1,427 more in 24 hours

This Tuesday 7th April the Director-General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, announced 607 additional deaths in hospitals and 820 in nursing homes from Coronavirus  The balance sheet always heavier in France. During a press briefing organized on Tuesday 7th April 2020, the Director-General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, announced a total of 10,328 deaths recorded since March 1st. 7,091 were […]

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Civil protection carers take charge of a migrant infected with Coronavirus Covid-19, on April 7, 2020 in Saint-Herblain (Loire-Atlantique)

Coronavirus Covid-19: Confinement Still Tightened and Expected to Last

France, which entered Tuesday 7th April 2020 in its fourth week of confinement, is still far from the “peak” of the coronavirus epidemic. France, which entered Tuesday 7th April 2020 in its fourth week of confinement to fight against the coronavirus, is still far from the “peak” of the epidemic which has already killed nearly 9,000 people. […]

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Emmanuel Macron will travel to Seine-Saint-Denis on Tuesday April 7, 2020. This is his second visit to the department since the start of the Covid-19 coronavirus epidemic

Coronavirus: Emmanuel Macron Visiting Seine-Saint-Denis this Tuesday

Emmanuel Macron will travel to Seine-Saint-Denis on Tuesday 7th April 2020. This is his second visit to the department since the start of the Coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic. he department has been particularly affected since the start of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. Tuesday 7th April 2020, Emmanuel Macron will travel to Seine-Saint-Denis to meet health and social support professionals, according to  Le Parisien .  The […]

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Outings for sports activities are prohibited in Paris, from Wednesday, April 8, 2020.

Coronavirus and Confinement: Sport Largely Prohibited on the Streets of Paris

The mayor of Paris and the police prefecture have decided to ban, from Wednesday 8th April 2020, all sports activities in the streets of the capital from 10am to 7pm. Faced with non-compliance with confinement, the Paris city hall and the police prefecture announced, Tuesday 7th April 2020,  the prohibition of any sporting activity in the streets of the capital, […]

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Massive screening for Covid-19 will take place in nursing homes, as soon as a case of contamination is confirmed.

Coronavirus Covid-19: A Massive Screening Operation Launched in Ehpad

A massive Coronavirus Covid-19 screening operation will take place systematically in nursing homes, at the time of the appearance of the first confirmed case in residents. It’s now official: there will be a massive screening of Coronavirus Covid-19 in nursing homes, among residents – the most vulnerable – as well as all staff. An announcement made […]

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Minister of Health Matt Hancock, on a video capture of the British Parliament, in London on March 25, 2020.

Coronavirus Covid-19: Boris Johnson Placed in Intensive Care, Situation Worsens in the Rest of the World

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson was placed, contaminated by the coronavirus for ten days, was placed in intensive care. To date, he is said to be “seriously ill”. The health of Boris Johnson, a patient of the Coronavirus Covid-19, has brutally deteriorated: the British Prime Minister is in intensive care this Tuesday, April 7, 2020, while the United States already has more […]

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The toll of the Coronavirus Covid-19 continues to climb as the French began their third week of confinement.

Coronavirus Covid-19: 833 Additional Deaths, 7,072 Serious Cases… the Results in France

During a press briefing this Monday 6th April 2020, the Minister of Health Olivier Véran indicated that France has 8911 dead, including 2417 in Ehpad, related to the coronavirus. The toll of the coronavirus epidemic has further increased. The Minister of Health Olivier Véran announced, during a press briefing, this Monday 6th April 2020, 833 additional deaths linked to […]

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8.2 million checks have been carried out since the start of confinement

Coronavirus Covid-19: 480,000 Fines since the Start of Confinement

Despite “some regrettable behaviour”, the French respect the confinement in this epidemic of coronavirus, said the Minister of the Interior. “The French are among the world over, those who respect confinement the best,” assured Christophe Castaner on Franceinfo, this Monday 6th April 2020. However, numerous fines have been raised since this measure was put in place on […]

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The Minister of Health had announced it: since this Monday, April 6, 2020, laboratories which have volunteered, can carry out screening tests for Coronavirus Covid-19.

Laboratory Testing: Who Can Benefit and How?

The Minister of Health had announced it: since this Monday 6th April 2020, laboratories which have volunteered can carry out screening tests for Coronavirus Covid-19. The first step towards mass screening for Covid-19? This is in any case what this message from the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, Friday 3rd April 2020, might suggest.  Laboratoires hospitaliers, de […]

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Photo released on March 28, 2020 by 10 Downing Street of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson by videoconference from his home in London.

United Kingdom: Hospitalized, Prime Minister Boris Johnson “Stays in Control”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was diagnosed with coronavirus ten days ago, spent the night last night in the hospital for a thorough examination. Contaminated by the new coronavirus and now hospitalised, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson “remains in control”, according to his team, but leaves Downing Street without a captain at a time when the pandemic is worsening dramatically in […]

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