June 23rd 2020

Day 96 – 9th day of de-confinement phase III


The sun is shining which is pleasant. Summer in our part of the world is well under way.

As far as the virus is concerned, there are still too many negative news and not enough improvements.

The French Scientific Council has again warned about a second wave before winter.

Germany announced for the first time local reconfinement after an outbreak of coronavirus contamination in a large slaughterhouse where more than 1,500 cases of infection were detected. The entire canton of Gütersloh, with a population of around 360,000, is affected.The novel coronavirus pandemic is still accelerating, and its effects will be felt for decades, the World Health Organization’s director-general said.

I am still convinced that there is an issue with the possible transmission of the virus via animals. These clusters in slaughter houses all over the world, cannot be only due to the working condition. Maybe at first but it cannot be the case anymore.

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

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 also still on the increase

Map of hospital cases by region

Pic of the day

The daily dash board



Data from Saturday June 20th

Information, news and tips

►Do not forget that cinemas have reopened today.

►Maybe the best news of the day, the Mars Group launches in France the famous M&M’s chocolates in tablet format. They are sold in five varieties.

Food and drinks


The daily selection


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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