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France's COVID-19 hospitalisations at a near five-month high


France’s hospital system is under heavy pressure from the pandemic, with the number of people treated in intensive care units for COVID-19 at the highest in almost a year, even though the country has just entered its third lockdown. The health ministry reported on Tuesday that the number of people in ICUs with COVID-19 had increased by 193 over 24 hours to 5,626, a peak since April 20 2020, when France was in its first March-May 2020 lockdown. And that figure is also rising further above the 4,919 high reached during country’s second lockdown from Oct. 30 to Dec. 15.

Reuters - April 7, 2021

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