Coronavirus : 11 deaths in France during the past 24 hours - The Point

According to the latest figures released by the Directorate-general of health (DGS), on Friday, 31 July, the number of patients with Covid-19 resuscitation (cpr

Coronavirus : 11 deaths in France during the past 24 hours - The Point

According to the latest figures released by the Directorate-general of health (DGS), on Friday, 31 July, the number of patients with Covid-19 resuscitation (cpr) has declined from ten in 23 hours. The number of individuals hospitalized in the intensive care unit was on Friday in 371 patients, compared with 381 on Thursday, the day on which the balance between the inputs and the outputs of resuscitation was very slightly increased (+1), for the first time since the beginning of April.

"The Ile-de-France, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'azur, the Hauts-de-France, the French Guiana comprise 71 % of the patients in the icu," according to the press release. Eleven people died in the hospital during the past 24 hours, bringing the balance to at least 30 265 dead, " of which 19 750 within hospitals and 10 515 in institutions, social and medico-social ", the last digit to be updated on 4 August. France 20 new clusters (households) since Thursday and 1 346 new confirmed cases of Covid-19, according to the release.

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Focus small groups

The DGS reminds us that wearing a mask in open places has been locally approved only with the decision of the prefect. It encourages, in reunion with family or friends, to "give preference to small groups, to equip masks general public and gels, hydro-alcoholic, prefer outdoor spaces, ventilate premises, to enable (the application) Stop Covid, protect the most vulnerable," and yet to test. "If the test RT-PCR is positive, if strict isolation for 14 days. This is the only way that we can, individually and together, contain the epidemic and protecting the most vulnerable among us, our loved ones and our seniors, " insists the DGS.

Updated Date: 31 July 2020, 15:33

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