Coronavirus cases in ICU fall below 1000 in France


PARISNew intensive care coronavirus patients in France fell below the 1,000 threshold for the first time since the start of the epidemic. The latest statistics were provided by the French Ministry of Health.

On Tuesday, intensive care cases fell to 955, down from 69 patients since Monday.

A total of 53 daily deaths were also recorded, a drop of two since the previous day. To date, the total number of deaths in hospitals has been 18,912 and 10,350 in nursing homes.

The total number of deaths was 29,296, with the number of infections increasing slightly from 403 to 154,591.

The number of hospitalizations also decreased to 11,961, a decrease of 354 patients the previous day.

Despite the severity of the virus, most people experience mild symptoms and recover. Since the start of disease registration, 71,506 people have recovered in France from the epidemic and returned home.

Originating in China last December, COVID-19, the coronavirus disease, has spread to 188 countries and regions around the world.

The United States and Brazil are currently the most affected regions, with infections spreading rapidly on the African continent.

The pandemic has killed more than 408,000 people worldwide, with total infections reaching nearly 7.2 million, while more than 3.3 million people have recovered from the disease, according to figures compiled by the University Johns Hopkins, based in the United States.

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