COVID-19 hospitalisations continue to rise in France

12/29/2020 2:00:00 AM

COVID-19 hospitalisations continue to rise in France

COVID-19 hospitalisations continue to rise in France

Hospitalisations for COVID-19 continued to rise on Monday in France as President Emmanuel Macron and some senior cabinet ministers are to review the health situation on Tuesday amid another surge in cases that has spurred fears of a third lockdown in the country.

The French Health Ministry reported that the number of people admitted to hospital for COVID-19 rose by 25 on Monday to 24,678 while patients in intensive care - the most important measure of a health system’s ability to deal with the pandemic - went up by 44 to 2,703.4:26 Some COVID-19 patients experiencing eye problems ABC News' Linsey Davis spotlights a woman who had severe eye pain after contracting COVID-19, and details how eye issues have been an overlooked symptom of the virus.Initial support for the COVID-19 Vaccine Education and Equity Project has been provided by Pfizer, Inc.image copyright PA Media Strict Covid-19 restrictions could remain in place in the Republic of Ireland until early May, an Irish cabinet committee has heard.

There were 2,960 new coronavirus infections over the past 24 hours on Monday, down from 8,822 on Sunday and from Saturday’s 3,093.Case numbers generally dip on Mondays as there are fewer tests conducted on Sundays.It wasn’t long, however, before she began to experience a new, unexpected symptom: persistent eye pain.The number of people in France who have died from COVID-19 infections rose by 363 to 63,109, up from 175 on Sunday.Please upload image that is at least 250px width and 100px height.The cumulative number of cases in France now totals 2,562,646, the fifth highest in the world.I was having a conversation with a dear friend of mine and I thought that I [was] having pain and headache from crying because usually that’s what happens,” Kravitz told ABC News.The European Union rolled out a massive COVID-19 vaccination drive on Sunday to try to rein in a pandemic that has crippled economies worldwide and claimed more than 1.The plan to return junior infants, senior infants, first class and second class plus Leaving Certificate students to the classroom at the start of March was still on course, the cabinet's Covid-19 committee heard.

7 million lives.Kravitz became ill with COVID-19 around the same time as her friends, and she believes they caught it at the same dinner party.Reporting by Dominique Vidalon; Editing by Steve Orlofsky Our Standards:.

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