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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Coronavirus Covid-19: Passers-by Return to the Streets, Fear of Loosening Confinement 1

Coronavirus Covid-19: Passers-by Return to the Streets, Fear of Loosening Confinement

With the beautiful days and the beginning of the Easter holidays, the observation is there: passers-by are back on the streets, despite the confinement measures. With the start of the holidays in France and the sun shining all over the country, the authorities fear a loosening of confinement, while the death toll from the coronavirus has jumped […]

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There are now 7560 deaths in France from Coronavirus Covid-19

Coronavirus Covid-19: 7,560 Dead, including 2,028 in Ehpad… Update in France this Saturday

Saturday 4th April 2020, France has recorded 5,532 deaths in hospitals and 2,028 in nursing homes, linked to the coronavirus pandemic, since March 1st, 2020. The spread of the Coronavirus Covid-19 continues in France. In his update on Saturday 4th April 2020, Professor Jérôme Salomon, Director General of Health, indicated that  7,560 deaths were to be deplored on French territory, […]

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The Grand Est could see its situation improve within three weeks

Coronavirus: An Improvement Within Three Weeks in the Grand Est?

According to Christophe Lannelongue, director of the Regional Health Agency (ARS) du Grand Est, the health situation in the region could undergo a decisive turning point in April. Will the Grand Est finally see the end of the tunnel? The region is particularly affected by the epidemic linked to the coronavirus. It has suffered a terrible toll of 1,311 dead since the […]

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The wearing of an alternative mask is now recommended for the population.

Coronavirus Covid-19: Wearing Alternative Masks Now Recommended for the General Public

Surgical masks and FFP2 must be reserved for nursing staff, but the French are now invited to protect themselves with alternative masks on a daily basis. Soon all masked? After hammering that masks are useless against coronavirus when you’re not sick, the official discourse has changed in several countries this week, including France. After the recommendation of […]

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An operation to evacuate coronavirus patients in the Grand Est.

Coronavirus: 1,311 Dead in the Grand Est, High Mortality in One Day

Mortality linked to the coronavirus started to rise sharply in the Grand Est, Friday 3rd April 2020. The region passed the mark of 1,300 deaths. After a lull in the number of deaths on Thursday, mortality is starting to shoot up sharply in the Grand Est this Friday 3rd April 2020, according to the latest figures published […]

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Resuscitation services are always full in France, due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Coronavirus Covid-19: France Crosses the Bar of 6000 Deaths in Hospitals and in Nursing Homes

Friday 3rd April 2020, France has recorded 5,091 deaths in hospitals and 1,416 in nursing homes, linked to the coronavirus pandemic, since March 1st, 2020. New cases of Covid-19 are registered in France every day. On Friday 3rd April 2020, France recorded 5,091 deaths in hospitals, and 1,416 people died in nursing homes. This brings a total of 6,507 coronavirus-related deaths since March […]

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Tens of thousands of masks have been seized by the police since March 17, 2020. On Thursday April 2, a first conviction was pronounced.

Coronavirus in Paris: First Sentence to Prison for Illegal Sale of Masks

Masks, a rare commodity in the midst of a coronavirus epidemic, arouse lust: for the first time, Thursday 12th April, a man was sentenced for the illegal resale in Paris. It is the first, it is not the last: Thursday 2nd April 2020 in Paris, a man was sentenced to one year in prison for the illegal […]

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Several patient transfers were made this Wednesday, April 1 to unclog the hospitals most affected by the epidemic. Here, a patient from Grand-Est arrived in Toulouse by plane.

Coronavirus Covid-19: France has Passed the 4,000 mark, 6,017 People in Intensive Care

Wednesday 1st April 2020, France registers 4032 deaths linked to the coronavirus covid-19 pandemic. 6,017 people are in intensive care. The details. France has surpassed the symbolic bar of 4,000 dead, linked to Coronavirus Covid-19, this Wednesday 1st April 2020, since the start of the pandemic. It records precisely 4,032 deaths, or 509 more in 24 hours, reported Jérôme […]

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A line of ambulances leave Saint-Brieuc station on April 1, 2020 with patients who have just arrived from Paris.

Coronavirus Covid-19: 36 Serious Cases from Paris Arrived in Brittany by Medical TGV

Two medical TGVs from Paris arrived in Brittany, carrying 36 serious cases of Coronavirus Covid-19. The goal is to unclog hospitals in Île-de-France. Two medical TGVs evacuated Wednesday 1st April 2020 from Paris to Brittany 36 patients with coronavirus in intensive care, found journalists from AFP, the first major operation of this kind from Ile-de-France, now the region most affected by the epidemic. Les […]

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