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France is set to begin its third lockdown from Saturday 3rd April. French President Emmanuel Macron has opted to extend restrictions already in place in 19 departments of France to the whole of the country in the fight against the current third wave of Covid. Read More
The French government is considering three scenarios concerning measures against the spread of Covid in France with an announcement expected from French President Emmanuel Macron or Prime Minister Jean Castex this evening, following the defence council meeting this afternoon. Read More
France has overtaken the number of Covid patients hospitalized in intensive care during the second wave in November, with to date 4,974 patients admitted to intensive care. Figures from Public Health France, published on Monday, March 29th, show a sharp increase in the number of patients occupying intensive care beds. Read More
A decisive week lies ahead for France concerning the Covid health crisis. Speaking to French media on Sunday, infectious disease specialist Benjamin Davido, has said that the situation in hospitals is critical. The infectious disease specialist fears hospitals soon having to « choose which patients to treat ». Read More