In France, the second coronavirus wave is still present

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In France, the second coronavirus wave is still present

In France, the second coronavirus wave is still present, as the continuous downward trend in cases of Covid-19 has ended, French health minister Olivier Veran said on Monday.
It is estimated that the height of the second Covid-19 outbreak in France was reached on November 7, when nearly 87,000 new cases were detected every day. Since late November, the decreasing trend has been continuing, but since mid-December, the daily number of infections has been rising, showing more than 10,000 new cases per day.
In France, the epidemic situation remains fragile because so much of the virus is still circulating and it is no longer decreasing. The sanitary pressure remains high. Veran wrote on Twitter, “The epidemic situation in France remains fragile because the virus is still circulating too much and it is no longer declining. The sanitary pressure remains high. The 2nd wave is not yet behind us,”
Following the second national lockout relief, it was replaced by a general night curfew from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. by national authorities to avoid an increase in Covid-19 cases during the holiday festivities.
France has registered almost 2,530,000 coronavirus infections and 60,665 associated fatalities as of Monday.
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