THE QUESTION. A few days after the end of confinement in France, and as the country begins a slow return to a more normal life, certain voices are raised to ensure that the Covid-19 epidemic is over and that there will be no no rebound, no second wave. The most famous personality to make this speech, very reassuring, is Professor Didier Raoult, director of the Mediterranean IHU: “ Nowhere is there a second wave, or the back of a camel. The epidemic is ending, "he said on May 12 on his institute's YouTube channel.
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So should we put an end to all the constraints and precautionary measures and finally return to our usual existence, or continue efforts to avoid a rebound in the epidemic which would once again endanger our healthcare system?
CHECK. The fact that the epidemic has declined in France is indisputable. All the indicators show it: new daily cases, hospital and intensive care admissions,
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