The new assessment of the coronavirus epidemic in France reports 69,313 deaths in France.
The number of new cases is still high, but the epidemic situation remains generally stable.
The new contaminations recorded are 21,228 in 24 hours, very far from the target of 5,000 that the government had set.
According to data from Public Health France, the new assessment of the coronavirus epidemic stood at 69,313 deaths in France on Thursday since the start of the epidemic.
This is 282 more deaths in hospital than in the previous assessment.
Data from hospitalizations and resuscitations show that the epidemic seems to remain at a high level.
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Hospitalizations and resuscitations on the rise over 24 hours
The number of positive patients discovered daily is high.
There are 21,228 new positive cases in 24 hours.
There are also 25,017 patients hospitalized for a coronavirus infection, 248 more than the day before.
The data from the intensive care units are slightly up with 15 new patients in 24 hours, for a total of 2,726.
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Hospital data seem to show stabilization at a high level.
These figures fluctuate every day but the number of hospitalized patients has been between 24,000 and 25,500 for more than a month while there have been around 2,600-2,700 patients for three weeks in intensive care.