A Parisian park, closed, during confinement. (archives) - HOUPLINE-RENARD / SIPA
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- Still no second wave in sight on the health front: there are only 14,695 people hospitalized (-513 since the day before yesterday) and 1,361 in intensive care (-68). 28,714 people died.
- The fact of the day is undoubtedly the reopening of the parks, especially in Paris, today, as part of the second phase of deconfinement. The news was announced on Thursday by Prime Minister Edouard Philippe.
- The total number of cases worldwide is expected to exceed 6 million today. 365,000 people have officially died from Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic.
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Two young people summoned to court after an urban rodeo in full confinement in Bordeaux
8:34 a.m .: Stability in the United States
The United States has recorded 1,225 new deaths from coronavirus in twenty-four hours, according to the daily count of Johns-Hopkins University, which refers, at 8:30 p.m. Friday (00:30 GMT Saturday). This brings to more than 102,000 the total number of deaths deplored in the country, by far the most bereaved by the pandemic.
Since the first death of Covid-19 announced at the end of February, the United States has recorded more than 1.7 million cases, according to the count continuously updated by Johns-Hopkins University.
8:25 a.m .: It's faaaaaiiiit!
Parisian parks reopened just over an hour ago after nine weeks of closings. Here is the fateful moment in one of the largest green spaces in the capital, the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, in the 19th arrondissement.
7 am reopening of the Buttes-Chaumont park in Paris closed since March 18. # phase2 #Containment pic.twitter.com/6Fjac3iLBn- Gilles Gallinaro (@GallinaroG) May 30, 2020
Hello to all ! The herbs are different, the birds sing, the sun caresses our skins, the sky is blue: yes, the parks have just reopened. It is almost finished sharing a few bits of bitumen in town to take advantage of the deconfinement, the government decision comes into effect this morning in Paris. For that, and the rest, the editorial staff of 20 Minutes is mobilized to keep you informed.
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