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Covid-19: 84 dead in 24 hours, less than 20,000 hospitalized patients


The decline continues in critical care services, with 1,292 patients treated. They were 1,329 on Wednesday.

84 people died from Covid this Thursday, May 12, 3 less than the day before, when 87 patients had died from the virus, according to the daily report of the Public Health organization France.

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19,761 patients are currently hospitalized in France (against 20,151 on Wednesday), including 830 who arrived on Thursday.

1292 patients are treated in critical care units.

24 hours earlier, they were 1329.

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The number of screening tests is at its lowest since December 2020. Less than 1.7 million samples were counted last week.

In one month, the total number of direct debits has collapsed by 55%

Certain measures in force for travel between France and overseas territories will be gradually eased from Friday, the government said on Thursday.


Compelling reasons (to travel) from or to the Overseas Territories will no longer be compulsory for non-vaccinated passengers, with the exception of Wallis-and-Futuna

" and "

a negative test for Covid-19 will no longer be asked for boarding for vaccinated passengers

”, indicate the Ministries of Health and Overseas, in a joint press release.

More than two million people have died of Covid-19 in Europe, the long epicenter of the pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Thursday.

The United States has crossed the threshold of one million deaths.

Source: lefigaro

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