less than 22,000 people are hospitalized, but pollution is on the rise

According to French public health data, the number of new positive cases is 93,050, compared with 79,794 a week ago.

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The number of patients diagnosed with Covid-19 fell below the 22,000 threshold on Tuesday, March 8, while the number of infections rose, according to daily data. Public health France. On Tuesday, 21,208 patients were diagnosed with hospitals diagnosed with Covid-19 (including 1,312 the previous day), compared with 22,208 on Monday. Critical care services admit 2,036 patients (including 125 patients), compared with 2,079 on Monday.

According to French public health data, the number of new positive cases is 93,050, compared with 79,794 a week ago. The seven-day average, which is the most reliable indicator of the real trend in recorded pollution, is 54,609 cases, compared with 5,715 on Monday. The number of deaths in hospitals in 24 hours is 167, bringing the number of deaths to 139,618 since the outbreak began just over two years ago.

Vaccination continues at a moderate pace: 54.24 million French have received at least one dose (ie 80.4% of the population), almost 53.3 million have been fully vaccinated (79% of the total population) and more than 39.21 million have received booster vaccination. indicated by the Directorate-General for Health.

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