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A two-year-old boy has died in the Vendée, during the massive breakdown of emergency numbers in France. An administrative investigation will be carried out by the regional health agency of the Pays-de-la-Loire. Meanwhile in the Morbihan the public prosecutor's office has also opened an investigation after the death of a 63-year-old man. Read More
The CEO of Orange has said that emergency service phone numbers are working normally after recent outages. Speaking on French television early this afternoon Stéphane Richard said that all emergency numbers throughout France are back to normal. However, Minister of Health Olivier Veran has said that some problems were still being experienced Read More
The European Union has announced that its Digital COVID Certificate platform has gone live. Available in digital format or on paper, the certificate will provide proof that a person has been vaccinated against COVID-19, tested negative, or recovered from an infection Read More
Latest local figures for covid have shown that the Alpes Maritimes has the lowest incidence rate in France. Figures from Public Health France on Monday May 31st saw the incidence rate continue to fall dropping to just under 30 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Read More