Covid-19: unanimous scientific advice on the probability of a second wave

Covid-19: Unanimous Scientific Advice on the Probability of a Second Wave

The scientific council is unanimous in saying that a second wave of the Covid-19 should hit France this autumn. And worries about a “relaxation” of the population. Between assessment, recommendations and projections, four members of the scientific council, including its president Jean-François Delfraissy, made a “progress report” on the evolution of the epidemic of coronavirus in France, Wednesday 8th July […]

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The coronavirus Covid-19 left more dead between Friday July 3 and Monday July France

Covid-19: 98 New Admissions, 77,319 Patients Cured in Total… Update on Monday

The epidemiological situation seems to be stabilizing in mainland France, according to health authorities. On the other hand, the circulation of the virus in Guyana remains “worrying”. The arrival of the summer vacation should not rhyme with lax efforts in the fight against the Coronavirus Covid-19. This is the message of the health authorities, during its last […]

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35 new coronavirus deaths in France

Coronavirus: 35 New Deaths in French Hospitals, 29,813 in Total

DAILY BALANCE SHEET: The last report of deaths from Coronavirus dated Friday 26th June 29,813 people have died in France from the coronavirus since the start of the epidemic, including 19,325 people in hospitals, 35 more than in the last assessment on Friday. The new death toll in the Ehpad will be communicated and updated Tuesday 30th June. Regarding resuscitation, 619 […]

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Coronavirus in Vénissieux: Two classes closed after proven cases of Covid-19 in a primary school

Coronavirus in Vénissieux: Two Classes Closed after Proven Cases of Covid-19 in a Primary School

VIRUS: This Monday morning, two classes of the Max Barel school remained closed in Vénissieux, towards Lyon, after the confirmation of two cases of coronavirus in a sibling  The time for the big holidays has come a little ahead of schedule at the Max-Barel school in Vénissieux, near Lyon, for several students. This Monday morning, a middle section class and […]

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The number of clusters is increasing in France but no sign of resumption of the coronavirus epidemic

Coronavirus: The Number of Clusters is Increasing in France but No Sign of Resumption of the Epidemic

EPIDEMIC: The weekly number of coronavirus clusters discovered in France increased from 29 to 37 in the space of seven days This is one of the data closely scrutinized by the French public health agency (SpF) to assess the state of the coronavirus epidemic. According to the latest figures collected by SpF, the number of clusters – namely […]

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children less infected with coronavirus covid-19 and less contagious than adults, doctors say

Covid-19: Children Less Infected and Less Contagious than Adults, Doctors Say

A study carried out by French researchers on 605 young children reveals that they are not the main propagators of the new coronavirus covid-19. Contrary to a widespread idea at the beginning of the Covid-19 epidemic, children do not seem to be the main spreaders of the virus and seem less contagious than adults, according to the conclusions of […]

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The Hauts-de-France departments remain classified in red this Monday, May 4, with a view to deconfinement, despite encouraging indicators concerning the Covid-19 epidemic.

Covid-19: 66 Dead in 24 Hours, Fewer Cases in Intensive Care… Update this Wednesday

The epidemic of the new coronavirus seems to be slowing in France, according to the latest assessment from the Directorate General of Health: fewer deaths and more people healed. In its latest bulletin, the Directorate-General for Health hammered it out: the Covid-19 virus is still circulating. However, the latest figures published show an improvement in the health crisis. Fewer deaths (even […]

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Very slight increase in the number of patients hospitalised with Covid-19 in France

Covid-19: Very Slight Increase in the Number of Patients Hospitalised in France

The coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic continues to decline overall, despite a slight increase in hospitalisations since the day before, according to the latest health report, this Sunday 24th May  At the end of the first long weekend after May 11th, the health authorities took stock of the Covid-19 epidemic on Sunday 24th May 2020. In a press release, the Directorate […]

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The Coronavirus Covid-19 continues to make victims in France, less than two weeks from the deconfinement

24,087 Deaths due to Coronavirus, 26,834 Patients still HospitaliSed… The Results in France

The coronavirus continues to spread over the territory, less than 15 days from containment. France has 26,834 people still hospitalized and 7,303 cases in intensive care. Despite a slow decline observed for more than two weeks now, there is no question of resting on its laurels concerning the Covid-19 pandemic, warned on Tuesday 28th April 2020 Prime Minister […]

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"There is no coronavirus vaccine and there will not be for a long time", announces an epidemiologist

Coronavirus: “There is No Vaccine and There Will Not Be For a Long Time”, Announces an Epidemiologist

CORONAVIRUS: Professor Didier Camus, an epidemiologist at the Institut Pasteur in Lille, reviews the progress of research against the coronavirus Professor Didier Camus gave an update on research around the coronavirus. According to him, we are still very far from obtaining an effective vaccine. There are symptomatic treatments, but none that can kill the virus. […]

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