Are the official figures for hospitalizations linked to Covid-19 inflated?

Is the government inflating hospital data on Covid? For almost a year now, France has been living at the rate of the publication of daily … Read more

Vaccines: the government in perpetual self-defense mode

It has been going on for almost seven days. The strategy of very small steps to vaccinate the French against Covid-19 arouses incomprehension, forcing the … Read more

In Nice, the Covid returns to red

At the Grande Pharmacy de l’Horloge, in downtown Nice, the preparer Hamza Smaili observed a clear change in the number of Covid-19 contaminations: “Last Monday … Read more

French judo at the time of MeToo

After figure skating, it was judo’s world tour to find itself in turmoil. Two weeks after the revelations from Parisian on sexual abuse and one … Read more

why the first nuclear laundry in France divides so much

INVESTIGATION – Launched in 2016 in Suzannecourt, the project to launder clothes for employees of nuclear power plants is controversial. Opponents denounce possible pollution of … Read more

How sports auto-entrepreneurs coped with containment

Seghir Lazri works on the theme of social vulnerability of athletes. In this column, he takes a few pictures of sport through the social sciences. … Read more

Covid-19: on the trail of the enigmatic “patient zero”

What if the coronavirus epidemic had started in France well before the end of January? “The first cases of Covid-19? We will surely have surprises … Read more