The info not to be missed
The variants continue to trace their path, inexorably.
According to the WHO, 17 countries in the European region are already affected by the South African variant and 37 have recorded cases linked to the new so-called British strain.
In France, the share of contaminations with these variants is estimated to be around 14% while the first four cases of Brazilian variant infection have been detected, as Olivier Véran clarified on Thursday evening.
The latest "Flash" survey on the presence of variants, unveiled last night, in any case gives detailed figures, region by region.
According to these results, not yet consolidated and which are based on two different targeting techniques, it is in Ile-de-France and in the Grand Est region that the proportion of variants is the highest, around 20%.
What to also remember
The revenge of Canal +.
A few hours after the shattering announcement of the return of Canal + to the center of French football, Maxime Saada announced on RTL this morning that the group was considering launching "a new channel".
"We will bring together, for the first time, all Ligue 1 matches on the air, bring viewers back to Ligue 1 and restore value to this product," continued the one who predicted the Mediapro fiasco.
Castex, let's recap.
If you missed the Prime Minister's intervention on Thursday evening, we summarize everything he said with this article.
Curfews, vaccines, teleworking, controls, variants… The government, which wishes to avoid a new confinement, has especially called on the French to be extremely vigilant and to respect barrier gestures during the holidays.
Mayotte is reconfiguring itself.
Faced with the British and South African variants, the French government decided to re-containment for at least three weeks on the territory of Mayotte.
Schools will be closed, the rate of contamination among young people is high.
The unexpected info
The house where the serial killer of "Silence of the Lambs" sequesters his victims and which was used for the shooting of several scenes of the film, will soon offer rooms for rent, with a visit to the premises and to the famous horror cellar.
Located in Perryopolis, a suburb of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), this 216 m² mansion built in 1910 has retained most of the interior design seen in Jonathan Demme's five-Oscar feature film, although the wallpaper is slightly different.
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