Living through a pandemic
in the south of France
672 days since
1st lockdown in March 2020
UPDATED DAILY STATISTICS HERE
▫️ HOME NEWS DESK
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✏️ Announcement from the Prime Minister of the lifting of the restrictions
▫️ HEALTH SITUATION
Daily summary update on the Covid-19 epidemic in France, with figures from Santé Publique France and the Ministry of Health.
On Saturday 22 January, 389,320 infections were recorded in 24 hours.
In hospital, the number of Covid patients was 28,515 on Saturday, compared to 28,457 yesterday. 1,994 new patients have been admitted in the last 24 hours.
Critical care services counted 3,746 Covid-19 patients on Saturday (with 214 new admissions), compared to 3,792 on Friday.
In 24 hours, 167 people have died in hospital from Covid-19, bringing the total death toll to 128,514 (including hospitals and nursing homes) since the beginning of the epidemic.
Since the beginning of the vaccination campaign in France, 53,802,773 people have received at least one injection (i.e. 79.8% of the total population) and 52,469,458 people have received the full vaccination schedule (77.8% of the total population).
▫️ SAYING OF THE WEEK
“Politics is too serious a matter to be left to the politicians.” – Charles de Gaulle
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