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Covid-19: 80 dead in 24 hours, less than 18,000 hospitalized patients

2022-05-18T16:39:00.689Z

1,149 patients are being treated in critical care units, 24 less than the day before. 80 people died of Covid-19 this Wednesday, May 18, 10 less than Tuesday, when 90 patients had died from the virus, according to the daily report of the organization Public Health France. Read alsoWhere can we travel? Our map of open countries and restrictions for French tourists 17,883 patients are currently hospitalized in France (against 18,290 on Tuesday), including 675 who arrived on Wednesd



80 people died of Covid-19 this Wednesday, May 18, 10 less than Tuesday, when 90 patients had died from the virus, according to the daily report of the organization Public Health France.

Read alsoWhere can we travel?

Our map of open countries and restrictions for French tourists

17,883 patients are currently hospitalized in France (against 18,290 on Tuesday), including 675 who arrived on Wednesday.

1149 patients are treated in critical care units.

24 hours earlier, they were 1173.

What to remember from this Wednesday

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday urged local authorities to "

strengthen their sense of urgency

" and launch new measures to support a national economy battered by anti-Covid restrictions.

China has been facing a renewed epidemic for several months which has triggered in several cities, including the large metropolis of Shanghai, confinements which weigh heavily on production, consumption and supply chains.

SEE ALSO

- WHO deems China's zero Covid policy "unsustainable" and advocates a "different strategy"

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday dismissed concerns of a spike in Covid cases three days before the general election, saying recent deaths cannot all be attributed to the virus.

Australia has recorded 66 Covid-related deaths and more than 53,000 infections in the past 24 hours.

This is a higher toll than six months ago, when the number of cases stood at around 2,000 and fewer than 20 deaths per day.

Morocco has abolished the obligation of the PCR test to enter its territory in order to promote the return of foreign tourists and support a vital sector for the national economy, according to a government press release published on Tuesday evening.

SEE ALSO

- To revive tourism, Morocco eases its anti-Covid restrictions

Source: lefigaro

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