The number of serious cases of Covid-19 requiring intensive care in hospital continues its decline in France and has returned to less than 1,000, with 955 patients, 69 fewer than the day before, according to a report released on Tuesday by the Directorate-General for Health (DGS).
The decline continues in intensive care units in France. The number of serious cases of Covid-19 requiring intensive care hospitalization has dropped below 1,000, with 955 patients, 69 less than the day before, according to a report released Tuesday, June 9 by the Directorate-General for Health (DGS). We must go back to March 18 to find a daily report showing fewer patients in intensive care (931).
The country also recorded 87 additional deaths in Covid-19, including 53 in hospitals, giving the total number of deaths in the country to 29,296 since the epidemic began.
This assessment is divided between 18,912 deaths in hospitals (+53) and 10,384 (+34) in nursing homes and other social and medical-social facilities whose data had not been updated since June 2.
The number of people in hospitals for Covid-19 infection continues to decrease, to 11,961 patients, compared to 12,315 on Monday, or 354 less in 24 hours.
In the case of contamination, the Public Health Agency France reports on Tuesday evening about 403 further confirmed cases for a total of 154 591 since the epidemic began.