June 22nd 2020

Day 95 – 8th day of de-confinement phase III

Monday

It will be a later than usual post as I have a fair amount to do in the morning and early afternoon. From weekly grocery shopping, replenish on Rosé (even if I am not drinking at the moment) to get the car through its Service Technique (TUV, MOT…)

The novel coronavirus pandemic is still accelerating, and its effects will be felt for decades, the World Health Organization’s director-general said.

The WHO reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases as the total rose by 183,020 in a 24-hour period. The biggest increase was from the Americas, with more than 116,000 new cases.

Brazil officially passed the 50,000 mark, with 50,617 coronavirus deaths as of Sunday. It has recorded 1,085,038 cases to date, according to the country’s health ministry.

Worldwide, at least 8.9 million people have been confirmed to have the coronavirus, At least 4.4 million have recovered, while more than 467,000 people have died, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

The French daily average, based on the past 7 days, of new cases in still high

A sure indication that the virus is still very active also remembering that the true figure is probably much higher since there is no sytematic testing

The number of clusters in 🇫🇷 is still on the increase

Despite all this, with the exception of 2 overseas Departements, France is all green

Pic of the day

The daily dash board

France

Occitanie

Data from Saturday June 20th

Information, news and tips

►Do not forget that cinemas have reopened today.

►Overseas news

Food and drinks

Fun

The daily selection

Trump

The dreaded statistics

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

Recurring issues with my Excel file

Increase of deaths from previous day

Sweden is now registering more than 5.000 deaths

Cases by country v population (1.000 deaths upwards)

France follow-up


Occitanie & Aude follow-up

Data from June 20th
Data from June 20th

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