According to the latest figures published Tuesday by Public Health France, the number of hospitalizations linked to Covid-19 is down, as are resuscitations.

In total, 66,282 people have died in France since the start of the epidemic, or 867 additional deaths reported in the country.

France had 66,282 dead on Tuesday since the start of the epidemic, according to the latest figures from Public Health France, including 45,980 in hospitals and 20,302 in nursing homes and other medico-social establishments.

More than 20,000 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in 24 hours in France (20,489).

In addition, 867 deaths were reported on Tuesday, but this figure includes the cumulative number of deaths in hospital in 24 hours as well as those in medico-social establishments such as nursing homes in recent days.

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Hospitalizations and resuscitation down

In hospitals, the number of patients currently present due to Covid-19 has been declining over the past 24 hours with 24,904 people hospitalized on Tuesday, or 91 less compared to Monday.

1,737 new admissions were recorded in 24 hours.


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The number of patients in intensive care or intensive care is also down slightly, with 2,625 people in these services, or 41 patients less than Monday, despite 244 new admissions.