By editorial staff
BO drowning in the fifth wave does not face the arrival of the Omigran variant, the danger of which is not yet known, the government has not refused to announce new measures next week, “direction” in the hope of breaking a curve.
Prime Minister Jean Costex said Thursday that the Health Care Council will be held on Monday. “It remains to be seen whether further action will be necessary,” he declared.
Three weeks before Christmas, does that mean the restrictions will return?
Can France take drastic measures like some neighboring countries, such as Germany, which restrict access to non-vaccinated shops, restaurants, culture or entertainment? “As always, we will evaluate the situation and the answers to be given, with pragmatism, proportionality and the same philosophy,” said Emmanuel Macron, head of state from Dubai on Friday.
“It’s a reverse curve, so it’s a Security Council meeting in this context,” government spokesman Gabriel Attal said in a statement.
This fifth wave reflects the clear decline of the indicators. On Friday, 49,858 cases were identified, averaging 38,890 in 7 days daily, up from 6,000 a month earlier.
The increase also affects the hospital. About 11,103 Govt patients are currently hospitalized in France, of which 2,058 are in critical care services, up from about 6,600 and 1,000 a month ago.
Many hospitals, such as Lily University Hospital, have re-implemented their “white plan”. The program specifically implements the mobilization of additional resources to maintain optimal patient care. “This important decision was made after discussions in the crisis section, considering the evolution of the epidemic situation in the Lilly metropolitan area,” the hospital explained.
According to health officials, the incidence (rate of new cases) is now higher than the peak of the 4th wave: 342 cases per 100,000 population last week.
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