June 10th 2020

Day 84 – 9th day of de-confinement phase II

Wednesday

Pleasing this morning is the Covid-19 data relating to France where the number of intensive care patients has gone under the 1.000 mark.

Similarly, the latest figures released last evening for the Occitanie Region show the continuing decrease of hospitalised cases as well as in intensive care.

In the Aude Departement there are only 5 people hospitalised and 1 in intensive care.

But we have to remember that the virus is far from gone and we need to take all necessary precautions still.

Pic of the day

The daily dash board

France

Occitanie

Information, news and tips

►Dominating the news are the protests around the world following the death of George Floyd. Even in Carcassonne there were approximately 100 people last evening Place des Jacobins.

►The global death toll of the pandemic has exceeded 400,000, almost half of them in Europe.

►The United States is the country with the highest number of deaths (111,007 deaths for 1.9 million confirmed cases), followed by the United Kingdom (40,597 deaths, 287,399 cases) and Brazil (37,134 deaths for 707,412 cases)

►Russia, which on Tuesday passed the 6,000 dead mark, lifted the containment in Moscow, despite thousands of new contaminations in the country

► In Spain, the mask will remain mandatory under penalty of a fine once deconfinement is completed, until Covid-19 is “definitively defeated”

►New Zealand claims that it no longer has any active cases

Food and drinks

No new recipe today

Fun

The daily selection

Trump

The dreaded statistics

Top countries according to the number of deaths (above 5.000)

Increase of deaths from previous day

I have enlarged the list to show all countries with more than 5.000 deaths (exception China with I am convinced are fake numbers)

Cases by country v population (1.000 deaths upwards)

France follow-up


Occitanie & Aude follow-up

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