The plateau remains high. The figures for 24-hour hospitalizations and intensive care for Covid-19 patients remain on the rise on Monday February 8, according to data from Public Health France. Hospitals now accommodate 27,995 Covid-19 patients, against 27,652 the day before, with 1,893 admissions in the past 24 hours.
Of these patients, 3,353 are in an intensive care unit (which receives the most serious cases). This is the highest figure since the low of 2,573 patients recorded on January 7. In previous waves, the number of patients in sheaves had reached 7,000 in the spring and 4,900 in the fall. The intensive care unit admitted 356 patients in the past 24 hours.
Over the last seven days, there were 11,196 new hospitalizations, including 1,805 in intensive care. These numbers smooth out the effects of daily peaks and troughs. They have been relatively stable for two weeks, even if the health authorities fear an influx of patients because of the new variants of the virus.
The number of cases tested positive stood at 4,317, compared to 19,175 on Sunday, and the positivity rate (positive people compared to all those tested) remained stable at 6.4%, against 6.5 % the day before.
The disease killed 460 people in 24 hours, according to figures from Public Health France, bringing the toll of the pandemic in France to 79,423 deaths, including 56,040 in hospital. More than 2,216,000 vaccinations had also been carried out in France on Monday February 8, according to a press release from the Directorate General of Health (DGS).
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