In France, recorded an anti-record for the incidence of coronavirus

BFM.TV: France has recorded the highest increase in COVID-19 infections per day since 2020

France has recorded an anti-record for the incidence of coronavirus per day since November 2020. This is reported by BFM.TV.

According to the publication, in 24 hours in the country COVID-19 was detected in 59,019 people. This is the highest increase in coronavirus infections since November 3, 2020. It is noted that the incidence rates in the Fifth Republic continue to grow.

At the same time, the French government is not considering the option of introducing additional restrictions to combat the pandemic. Paris focuses on vaccinations and encourages citizens to be more actively vaccinated.

On November 24, it was reported that the incidence of coronavirus among children aged six to ten has risen sharply in France. So, in a week, the number of children in this age group infected with COVID-19 increased 2.5 times and reached 340 per 100 thousand citizens. At the same time, high school students aged 11 to 14 also have high incidence rates.



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