Covid-19: 35 deaths in 24 hours, 1,032 people in critical care

Covid-19: 35 deaths in 24 hours, 1,032 people in critical care
Covid-19: 35 deaths in 24 hours, 1,032 people in critical care

The Delta variant is on everyone’s lips this second week of July. The latest figures for the epidemic, published on Tuesday, show an epidemic that remains at a low level, but which is declining less. Hospitals had 7,637 hospitalized patients on Monday due to a Covid-19 infection. Among them, 1,032 people are in critical care units. There were 1,304 seven days ago. 3,585 new cases were recorded on Tuesday, more than 1,000 more than 7 days ago (2,314).

149 new patients at the hospital

In terms of admissions, 149 new patients, a small increase, have returned to hospital in the past 24 hours and 30 in critical care services (12 Sunday, 41 seven days ago), over the same period. 35 new deaths are to be deplored in the last 24 hours at the hospital. Over the same period, there were 36 the day before and 44 seven days ago. In all, 84,758 patients have died in hospital since the start of the epidemic.

Since the start of the vaccination campaign in France, 34,894,204 people have received at least one injection (i.e. 51.8% of the total population) and 25,357,161 people now have a complete vaccination schedule. (or 37.6% of the total population).

As of July 05, 64% of the adult population had received at least one injection and 46% of the major population had a complete vaccination schedule.

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