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A person has died after being hit by a train at La Seyne sur Mer, in the Var on Wednesday. Read More
The regional health agency has announced that 32 additional deaths from Covid have been reported in the Alpes Maritimes region. Figures released on Tuesday showed that six people had died in the region’s hospitals and 26 in nursing homes. Read More
As the Principality continues its vaccination campaign Monaco’s Minister of State, Pierre Dartout, will be vaccinated today. Emails are to be sent today in Monaco to invite those between the ages of 65 and 74 as well as those under 65 at high risk, to be vaccinated. Read More
A new study has estimated that the British coronavirus variant accounts for 1.4% of all newly diagnosed coronavirus cases in France. The French National Institute of Health and Medical Research, INSERM, added that the variant could become "dominant" in France between late February and the middle of March Read More
As the vaccination campaign against Covid continues in France with today, all people over 75 and at high risk being vaccinated, the Prefect of the Alpes Maritimes, which began vaccinations a little earlier at the end of last week, has asked for “no more appointments to be made for the time being” Read More