More than 32,000 dead from COVID-19 in France

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Paris | The total number of deaths from the coronavirus in France has passed the 32,000 mark since the start of the health crisis in March, according to figures from Public Health France released Thursday evening.

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According to Public Health France, 63 people have died in the last 24 hours (against 63 in the previous 24 hours). The number of confirmed cases reached a total of 577,505, with 13,970 in 24 hours (up from 12,845 on Wednesday). A total of 32,019 people have died from COVID-19 in France.

The positivity rate of the tests remains at 7.6%, against around 4% at the beginning of September, and 1,234 cases of grouped contamination, or “clusters”, are being investigated, including 239 in nursing homes.

Are currently in intensive care 1,259 patients with COVID-19, including 142 entries in the last 24 hours. A figure well below the levels reached during the peak of the epidemic, with 7,000 patients in sheaves at the beginning of April, but which is progressing rapidly (there were 500 serious cases in sheaves at the beginning of September).

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