As of yet, there is no second wave of Covid-19.
It only exists in repeated government alerts and squabbles over numbers.
The politics of fear persist in infantilizing people to see them obey.
This unfair practice is that of a power incapable, moreover, of asserting itself in its authority.
On Wednesday, Olivier Véran, Minister of Health, added other health restrictions, in particular by classifying Marseille on "maximum alert": bars and restaurants will close for two weeks.
Has the coronavirus become less dangerous this summer following a mutation?
However, on Tuesday, Didier Raoult, a world specialist in infectious diseases, argued that the virus had become less dangerous.
Certainly, infections increase with the multiplication of tests.
But the death toll remains low.
For its part, INSEE notes:
"Between May 1 and September 7, 2020, 200,594 deaths were recorded on September 18, the same level as in 2019 and 1% more than in 2018"
Is the panic in high places at
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