MAY 2 2021, FRANCE’S CORONAVIRUS CUMULATIVE CONFIRMED CASES OF MORE THAN 5.65 MILLION CASES. French police have arrested several people over the weekend in an investigation into underground partying and revelry.
According to official data, France on the 2nd day of new confirmed cases 9888 cases, a cumulative number of confirmed cases of more than 5.65 million cases, 5652,247 cases. The cumulative number of deaths in France is now 104,819, with 113 new deaths. The number of hospital admissions in France is now 28,818, while the number of seriously ill patients is now 5,585.
The data also show that there are still three provinces in France with coronavirus with a higher incidence rate than 400 infections per 100,000 inhabitants, all of which are located in the Paris region, namely Val d’Ath, Valdermain and Senna-Saint-Denis. France is scheduled to start on the 3rd “unsealing”, if the relevant areas can not meet the official health conditions, “unsealing” process may be delayed.
French police reported Tuesday that several underground party were investigated this weekend, and several people were arrested. French Justice Minister Moretti criticized the underground gatherings for violating anti-pandemic controls and asked partygoers to be “patient” in the future and “preferably stay at home.”
Police said hundreds of people gathered in an abandoned warehouse in the eastern city of Dijon on Monday, and police arrived to clear the scene and use tear gas to disperse the crowd. Police also cut off the scene of the sound system in the early hours of the 2nd. At least two people were arrested in the incident, including party organizers.
Police said an illegal gathering of 500 people was found in the Brittany area, many of whom had spent the night there on the first day, and police intervened to try to get everyone to leave on the 2nd and issued 330 tickets. In addition, police also investigated a carnival in Paris, at least three people were arrested.
A Singapore-flagged oil tanker has found 16 crew members infected with coronavirus during its voyage, French health authorities said Tuesday. Since the tanker had previously docked in India, it was difficult to continue its march, and the tugboat towed it into the port of Le Havre in northern France. The infected crew is being quarantined locally and further tested to determine if they are infected with the new coronavirus found in India.