The Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc but the improvement is notable in France.
This Saturday, Public Health France recorded new drops in the figures of the Covid-19 epidemic in the territory, with 4,271 patients in critical care against 4,352 the day before.
They were 4,442 Thursday.
A week back, they were still 5,005 on May 8.
At the hospital, 22,950 patients are currently being treated following an infection with the new coronavirus.
They were 23,406 the day before, and 25,666 on Monday.
Public Health France deplores 112 new deaths linked to Covid-19.
In total, since the start of the epidemic, more than 107,300 people with Covid-19 have lost their lives in France.
More than 20 million French people have received at least one injection
A symbolic threshold was crossed on Saturday. More than 20 million French people have received at least a first injection. They represent 30% of the population, and 38% of adults alone. At the beginning of March, Prime Minister Jean Castex detailed the government's objective around the triptych "10 million first-time vaccinated in mid-April, 20 million in mid-May, and 30 million in mid-June". If the first bar was reached a few days in advance, it will not have been the case this time. The setbacks of AstraZeneca, shunned by part of the eligible population over 55, as well as public holidays, slowed the pace.