The French health authorities reported this Friday that 28 more people died in COVID-19 in the country’s hospitals on the last day, but have warned that there are still more than 100 outbreaks of infections in the country since the virus “continues to circulate.” “.
The government made a detailed statement that a total of 29,374 people have died since the pandemic began, 18,990 of them in hospitals and another 10,384 in nursing homes. This number will not be updated until June 16.
In a statement, the Ministry of Health emphasized that the number of hospital stays and the number of people admitted to the intensive care unit continue to decrease gradually.
There are currently 11,124,341 fewer than the previous day when 11,465 people were hospitalized. In addition, there are now 879 patients in intensive care units, 24 fewer than on Thursday.