“France has entered the fourth wave of the Covid-19 epidemic,” said French government spokesman, Gabriel Attal, explaining that this is linked to the rapid spread of the coronavirus variant in the Delta.
We have entered the fourth wave (…). We start with a few infected people, but this tide can grow very quickly بسرعة The speaker added. He explained that the national infection rate is now 86 cases per 100,000. Residents within 7 days, accounting for An increase of 125 percent over the previous weekأسبوع.
There was no such rapid growth (infection) Atal stressed that vaccination in France “is still insufficient.”
The delta variant, which is “lightning fast,” appears more frequently than other mutations in the virus, and accounts for about 80 percent of the virus, according to Atal. Corona virus infection in France.
The number of hospitalizations in the country is increasing again (+43%). There was also an increase in the number of patients in intensive care units – by 27%. This raises concerns about the overburdening of hospitals.
Vaccination reduces the number of dangerous forms of infection, but in our country Very few people are still vaccinated – confirmed the speaker.
Thanks to the vaccine, we can regain control of the virus, and we will not succumb to the dictatorship of shocking images, obscene slogans and shameful abbreviations – the spokesman said, referring to last week’s protests against the health card.
Some protesters have compared government statements about going through the persecution of Jews during World War II. A few of them had yellow stars on their shoulders and held a banner that read “Pass sanitaire macht frei,” referring to the inscription above the gate of Auschwitz: “Arbeit macht frei.”
The State Council, the equivalent of the Supreme Administrative Court, approved a government bill to introduce health passports on Monday. However, he amended some of his provisions, including reducing the fine from 45,000. Euros up to one thousand or nine thousand. The euro (in case of a return to criminality) for breaking the law that Parliament will vote on this week.
In the last 24 hours Coronavirus has been confirmed in 4,151 people, 360 patients with Covid-19 have been admitted to hospitals, and 76 to intensive care units.
On Monday, the Public Health Agency said the number of hospitalized patients rose by 105 to 7,041.
Twenty patients died in hospitals, bringing the number of deaths from the Corona virus to 111,521 since the beginning of the epidemic. 30,788,868 people (ie 45.7% of the population) were fully vaccinated.