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nearly 4,900 patients are hospitalized in intensive care, the peak of the second wave almost reached


A total of 4,872 patients are in intensive care on Sunday. A figure that is close to that of the fall wave, which peaked on November 16 in 4,903 patients.
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The number of patients with Covid-19 in intensive care continued to increase on Sunday March 28, reaching nearly 4,900 patients, almost the peak of the second wave, according to data from Public Health France. In total, 4,872 patients are in intensive care on Sunday against 4,791 on Saturday. A figure that is close to that of the fall wave, which peaked on November 16 at 4,903 patients.

In the past 24 hours, ICU admissions have slowed slightly to 238 from 332 patients the day before. The number of patients in intensive care has been rising steadily since the lowest level recorded on January 7 (2,573 patients). The total number of people hospitalized in France because of Covid-19 is 27,712 on Sunday, including 1,017 new admissions. In 24 hours, 131 patients died in hospital from the coronavirus, against 194 the day before.



Source site www.francetvinfo.fr

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