The number of Covid-19 patients hospitalized in intensive care or intensive care stood at 3,443, with 339 new admissions since the day before, according to figures from Public Health France. Taking into account the discharges, the number of Covid-19 patients currently in intensive care has increased by 75 since Friday.
The number of people hospitalized was 23,013, against 22,153 on Friday (+860). Hospitals have received 2,274 coronavirus patients over the past 24 hours. The number of resuscitation beds, already raised from 5,100 to 5,800 after the first epidemic wave, rose to 6,400 at the start of the week and should soon exceed 7,000, according to the Minister of Health Olivier Véran.
Yes, confinement is a test for all French people.
But I recall that the #covid19, this is:
1 patient every 2 sec.
1 hospitalization every 30 sec.
1 death every 4 mins.
Let’s respect this confinement, let’s be united. The State will protect, and accompany.
– Olivier Véran (@olivierveran) October 31, 2020
Faced with the very strong deterioration of all indicators, France entered a second confinement on Friday, however less strict than in the spring. “Yes, confinement is a test for all French people,” the Minister of Health Olivier Véran tweeted on Saturday. “But I remind you that # covid19 is: 1 patient every 2 seconds. 1 hospitalization every 30 sec. 1 death every 4 mins. Let’s respect this confinement, let’s be united. The State will protect and support ”.