On the 5th local time, France saw 58,000 newly diagnosed cases of Coronavirus Pandemic in a single day, setting a new high again. The cumulative number of confirmed cases in France exceeded 1.6 million that day.
On October 30, local time, France entered the second nationwide “closed city” in response to the deterioration of the Coronavirus Pandemic. The picture shows a physical exerciser running near the Eiffel Tower in Paris that day. The authorities allow people to take appropriate physical exercises, with time and location restrictions. Photo by China News Agency reporter Li Yang
According to the Pandemic data released by the French Ministry of Health that evening, France had 58,046 newly diagnosed cases in a single day on the 5th, becoming the European country with the largest number of new cases in a single day. The total number of confirmed cases officially confirmed in France exceeded 1.6 million on the same day, reaching 1601367. The number of deaths from Coronavirus Pandemic in France is now 39,037, with 363 new deaths.
The number of inpatients with Coronavirus Pandemic in France increased to 28,426 on the 5th, an increase of 892 from the previous day; the number of severely ill patients is now 4230, an increase of 141 from the previous day. The number of critically ill patients with the Coronavirus Pandemic in Paris has risen to 1,027, and the local intensive care unit is facing greater pressure.
According to relevant official data, France’s current virus test positive rate has reached 20.76%; the basic infection index R0 value is now 1.14, indicating that the virus is still spreading throughout the country.
French Minister of Health Vilan held a press conference on the same day to report on the Pandemic situation, pointing out that the current second wave of Pandemic is violent, and warning that if people fail to comply with current control measures, the second wave of Pandemic will be more severe and lasting than the first wave. Long time. He said that if the Coronavirus Pandemic continues to spread at the current rate, the intensive care units across France will face the situation at the peak of the first wave of the Pandemic, and 70% of the beds will be occupied by patients with Coronavirus.
Vilan said that if France did not decide to “close the city” for the second time in October to curb the deterioration of the Pandemic, the consequences would be catastrophic. If there is no second “closed city”, as many as 9,000 Coronavirus patients in France will need to receive intensive care in the middle of this month.
In response to the second wave of the Pandemic, Weilan said that he would strengthen medical care. He said that 12,000 nursing workers will serve as volunteers in hospitals and nursing homes, and about 8,000 nursing students will serve as nursing assistants to enrich the hospital.