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France records a new contamination record with nearly 180,000 cases – RT in French
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France records a new contamination record with nearly 180,000 cases – RT in French
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A new record of Covid-19 contamination was recorded on December 28 in France. 179,807 people have tested positive, according to data from Public Health France.

According to data published on the evening of December 28 by Public Health France, 179,807 contaminations were recorded in 24 hours, an absolute record since the start of the pandemic. On average, over the last seven days, 87,214 people tested positive daily.

As for hospitals, 2,110 new hospitalizations were recorded (against 1,634 the day before). Thus, the total number of beds occupied by Covid-19 patients in France now stands at 17,405. 417 new critical care hospitalizations were counted against 328 the day before, for a total of 3,416 people treated in these hospitals. specialized services in the most serious cases.

These figures are published the day after the announcement by Prime Minister Jean Castex and Minister of Health Olivier Véran of a battery of health restrictions aimed at stemming the epidemic outbreak.

Among them are in particular the controversial bill on the vaccination pass, which will be examined in committee at the National Assembly from December 29, before arriving at the Senate from January 5. “This means that in places where this pass has been applied for several months, restaurants, bars, museums, theaters, media libraries, seminars and trade fairs, sports halls, sports venues and shows, it is You will have to justify being vaccinated to be able to enter, ”explained the Prime Minister. “Producing a test will no longer suffice. This new rule, if passed by Parliament, will apply as of January 15. ”

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