(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) France confirmed cases exceeded 100,000 death cases exceeded 10,000

China News Agency, Paris, April 7 (Reporter Li Yang) The number of confirmed cases of French new coronary pneumonia exceeded 100,000 on the 7th local time, making it the fifth country in the world with more than 100,000 diagnosed patients. On the same day, France ’s new coronary pneumonia deaths exceeded 10,000, making it the fourth country in the world with more than 10,000 deaths.

Salomon, director of the French Health Agency, released the latest epidemic data that night. In terms of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in France, the hospital has a total of 78,167 confirmed cases; the nursing home has a total of 30,902 confirmed cases, and the official total of confirmed cases is 109,069. This makes France the fifth country in the world with more than 100,000 confirmed cases outside the United States, Spain, Italy and Germany.

At the same time, the death toll of French new coronary pneumonia is still increasing substantially. In France, there were 1,417 new deaths on the 7th, and it continued to be the European country with the largest number of deaths in a single day; there were 7091 deaths in hospitals; 3237 deaths in nursing homes; and 10328 official deaths. This makes France the fourth country in the world after the United States, Spain, and Italy to have more than 10,000 deaths.

In France, the most severe new pneumonia outbreak in the Greater Paris area was 2,649 deaths, and 240 people died on the 7th. The number of severely ill patients in the Greater Paris area increased to 2,605, with an increase of 2% on that day. There were 1574 deaths and 937 severe cases in the severely epidemic large eastern region.

On the 7th, French President Macron went to Sena Saint-Denis to inspect the nursing homes and other institutions in the northern suburbs of Paris, and communicated with the nursing staff on how to better help the elderly to prevent epidemic. Is a challenge.

The implementation of a series of control measures such as the French "closure of the city" entered the fourth week on the 7th. French Prime Minister Philippe said in the National Assembly that the control measures will continue to be maintained. Although the government is technically preparing for the deregulation measures, it is still too early to discuss when to deregulate the measures.

Several places in France continue to strengthen control. Paris Mayor Hidalgo announced that personal outdoor sports will be prohibited from 10 to 19 every day from the 8th. Many places have also quickly introduced similar control measures to continue to tighten public travel. (Finish)