[Mise à jour le vendredi 5 juin 2020 à 17h26] The coronavirus pandemic Sars-CoV-2 continues to decline around the world (except in the Brazil and Iran), while summer holidays Approach. In France the situation is also improving, the Ministry of Health confirms. Since 2 June, bars, restaurants, shops reopened (on the terrace for the Ile-de-France) and more children are returning to their path School. Phase 2 of the de-conference continues until 22 June when a new assessment will be drawn up. Masks and social distance remain de rigueur throughout France, especially when in contact with the oldest and those with chronic diseases most at risk of severe forms of coronavirus. As of June 4, coronavirus has contaminated 151,677 people and caused 29,065 deaths, 44 more than the previous day. 13,101 people remain hospitalized 1163 of them serious patients in resuscitation. The balance remains negative in resuscitation, with 47 less COVID-19 patients compared to yesterday. 4 regions (Ile de France, Grand-Est, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Hauts-de-France) account for 74% of patients hospitalized in resuscitation. The ministry Alert on the blood reserves that drop day by day and are “below the alert threshold” And call on the French to come and give their blood. Worldwide, the virus infected more than 6.6 million people and killed 391,439 people, according to statistics from Johns Hopkins University. The most impacted country in number of cases is the United states (1.87 million cases and 108,000 deaths), followed by Brazil (615,000 cases – 34,021 deaths), Russia (449,250 cases – 5,520 deaths), United Kingdom (283,079 cases-39,987 deaths), TheSpain (240,660 cases-27,133 deaths), And TheItaly (234,013 cases – 33,689 deaths) which reopened its borders on 3 June to its European neighbours.
France is deconfined but still stage 3 of the epidemic since 14 March, as the virus is actively circulating throughout the territory and not only in certain regions and cities. As of June 4, France is counting 151,677 positive cases coronavirus since the beginning of the epidemic. Since 13 May 2020, the SI-DEP (screening information system) system allows an estimate of the numbers of confirmed cases in France with a comprehensive target. Cases confirmed through the SI-DEP system are taken into account in the total number of cases. The balance sheet is 13,101 people hospitalized for COVID-19 infection and 195 new admissions were recorded in 24 hours. 1,163 patients with severe COVID-19 patients are hospitalized in resuscitation (vs 1,429 on 28/05). Of the 101,932 patients who have been hospitalized since March 1, the median age of patients was 72 years and 54% were male.
Positive test rate for sars-cov-2 – all ages – in France.
On Thursday, June 4, the balance remains negative in resuscitation, with 47 fewer COVID-19 patients compared to yesterday. Overseas (Guadeloupe, Guyana, Reunion, Martinique, Mayotte), there are 114 hospitalizations, 18 of which are in resuscitation. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 102,283 people have been hospitalized, including 18,042 in resuscitation. 69,976 people returned home. 18,715 people died in hospitals And 10,350 in social and medical-social institutions. According to the map of the departments presented on 28 May and in force from 2 June, the departments of France are classified in green or orange.
→ In orange are Ile-de-France, Mayotte and Guyana.
Thursday, June 4, 13,101 people are currently hospitalized Covid-19 infection, and 195 new admissions were recorded in 24 hours. The number of patients in resuscitation continues to decline: 1,163 patients Thursday, June 4 47 fewer people than the day before.
In health facilities, the government has activated several plans:
- France applies the white plane extended (internal mobilization plan) since 19 March, in all health facilities (public and private), to quickly put in place the necessary material, logistical and human resources in the event of an influx of patients into hospitals. Consultations and non-urgent hospitalizations are deprogrammed.
- France has triggered the blue plane in Ehpad (Hosting Institution for Dependent Elderly Persons) on March 6th. The principle is the same as in hospitals: the head of the school must allow “the rapid and consistent implementation of the necessary means to deal effectively with an exceptional situation“. The blue plane can induce in particular “Containment of residents, users and staff; evacuation of residents, users and staff“.
- The health reserve and the civic reserve (emergency food aid, exceptional childcare, links with the isolated frail, community solidarity) are also mobilized.
Daily number of people newly hospitalized for covid-19
According to the figures provided by the government, consolidated with the Public Health Agency France and the ARS (Regional Health Agencies), here are the number of people hospitalized in France by region, those in resuscitation and those who are cured and have been able to return home. At the moment, Public Health France no longer publishes the number of cases recorded by regions.
|Regions||People hospitalized||Resuscitation||Home returns||Death in hospital|
|Ile-de-France||5 755||523||25 349||7 194|
|Great East||1 863||138||11 127||3 461|
|Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes||998||94||7 195||1 694|
|Hauts-de-France||1 334||113||5 828||1 764|
|Burgundy-Franche-County||337||26||3 581||1 022|
|Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur||806||65||4 999||912|
|New Aquitaine||215||29||2 018||400|
|Centre Val-de-Loire||583||35||1 778||518|
|Loire Country||333||19||1 815||445|
|Total||13 101||1 163||69 976||18 715|
Older people are at high risk of death from coronavirus. As of June 4, there are 10,350 deaths social and medico-social institutions and Ehpad (Accommodation for the dependent elderly). These figures date from 02/06/2020 for ESMS, says Public Health France, the next update will be on 09/06/2020. The number of deaths among residents peaked in early April and has been decreasing ever since. According to government data, there would be 74,402 cases Which 37,405 confirmed cases PCR tests at more than 7,000 soc facilitiesand the social media since the beginning of the epidemic. On 21 May, Public Health France reported that the proportion of new cases, possible or confirmed, among Residents of Ehpad had still decreased over the last 14 days. The mortality among EHPAD residents was higher in the Corsica, Grand Est, Ile-de-France, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Burgundy-Franche-Comté and Centre-Val de Loire regions.. Lethality is the number of deaths in hospital or facility reported to the number of possible and confirmed cases residing in the EHPADs.
The first death of coronavirus occurred in Paris on February 14, when it was an 80-year-old Chinese patient. As of June 4, 2020, 29 065 Death COVID 19 in France (44 more in the last 24 hours): 18,715 deaths in hospitals and at least 10,350 deaths in social and medical facilities (ESMS), the figures date from 02/06/2020 for ESMS, the next update will be on 09/06/2020) says Public Health France.
Cumulative number of people who have died for covid-19 since March 1, 2020 – men and women
|Date||Number of new deaths in hospitals on the day||Total deaths|
|02 April||471||4 503|
|03 April||588||5 091|
|04 April||441||5 532|
|05 April||357||5 889|
|06 April||605||6 494|
|07 April||597||7 091|
|08 April||541||7 632|
|09 April||412||8 044|
|April 10||554||8 698|
|April 11||345||8 943|
|April 12||310||9 253|
|April 13||335||9 588|
|April 14||541||10 129|
|April 15||514||10 643|
|April 16||417||11 060|
|April 17||418||11 478|
|April 18||364||11 842|
|April 19||227||12 069|
|April 20||444||12 513|
|April 21||387||12 900|
|April 22||336||13 236|
|April 23||311||13 547|
|April 24||305||13 852|
|April 25||198||14 050|
|April 26||152||14 202|
|April 27||295||14 497|
|April 28||313||14 810|
|April 29||243||15 053|
|April 30||191||15 244|
|May 1||125||15 369|
|May 2||118||15 487|
|May 3||96||15 583|
|4 May||243||15 826|
|5 May||234||16 060|
|May 6||177||16 237|
|May 7||149||16 386|
|May 8||118||16 497|
|May 9||76||16 573|
|May 10||70||16 642|
|May 11||178||16 820|
|May 12||183||17 003|
|May 13||98||17 101|
|May 14||123||17 224|
|May 15||104||17 342|
|May 16||96||17 412|
|May 17||54||17 466|
|May 18||123||17 589|
|May 19||125||17 714|
|May 20||98||17 812|
|May 21||58||17 870|
|May 22||74||17 944|
|May 23||43||17 987|
|May 24||35||18 022|
|May 25||90||18 112|
|May 26||83||18 195|
|May 27||65||18 260|
|May 28||66||18 326|
|May 29||61||18 387|
|May 30||57||18 444|
|May 31||31||18 475|
|June 1||31||18 506|
|June 2||84||18 590|
|June 3||81||18 671|
|June 4||44||18 715|
France has been deconfined since 11 May 2020 (containment was introduced on 17 March in France). After a first phase of containment extended until June 2 Based on a division of France into red and green departments, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe presented phase 2 of the deconfinement on 28 May. This phase runs from June 2 to June 22. The map is now green and orange. Only Ile-de-France, Mayotte and Guyana are orange since not all epidemic indicators have returned to the green.
Four indicators are now being tracked:
- incidence (number of people infected over a week per 100,000 population),
- The POSitivity rate of PCR tests,
- R0 (he is now at 0.77 in France)
- and the occupancy rate of resuscitation (which reflects the saturation of hospitals).
On the new map, orange departments are those for which there are two indicators out of the four above the alertness threshold. It’s all about Ile-de-France, Guyana and Mayotte. In Ile-de-France, vigilance is warranted, Olivier Véran said on 28 May because of the high incidence rate of the epidemic and a still high rate of patients in resuscitation.
From 2 June:
In green areas: the reopening of high schools, colleges (for all classes), cafes, bars, restaurants, holiday villages, campsites, lakes, monuments, water bodies, beach, theatres, theatres (from 22 June in the orange zones), gymnasiums, swimming pools, gyms in green areas (from June 22 in the orange zones), .
In orange zones : 2 June, reopening of primary and kindergarten schools, colleges for 6th and 5th grades as a priority on 2 June, vocational high schools as a priority but not all pupils will be welcomed, cafes, bars and restaurants but only on the terrace
In all areas, remain prohibited until 21 June: gatherings of more than 10 people in the public space, group and contact sports, discos, games rooms, stadiums and racetracks. “We know that the virus is particularly virulent large gatherings and gatherings closed environments. All this justifies us remaining very vigilant” argued Edouard Philippe.
Since there is no vaccine or effective drug against coronavirus, the best way to protect against it – especially since deconfination – is through the application of barrier measures: respect for the minimum physical distance of one metre, reduction in the number of our contacts must be respected by all. The elderly or with chronic conditions (respiratory, heart, obesity, diabetes…) considered risk factors to develop a severe form of the disease are expected to be most likely to develop great caution as long as the virus circulates.
While at first all we talked about fever, dry cough, cold, flu and fatigue, the symptoms of coronavirus infection have evolvede. It is now known that the virus can have effects on the skin, the digestive tract and even the brain. From the first suggestive signs of COVID-19 disease, check your home Doctor or a doctor on duty so that he can prescribe a virus test (PCR) and scrupulously respect isolation. “The capabilities of virological tests to search for the COVID-19 disease virus are available throughout the territory. Everything is done to quickly test, trace contacts, isolate carriers of the virus and put in fourteen their contacts people, to take optimal care of sick people” Ministry of Health in the May 11 communiqué.
- If you have symptoms (cough, fever, headache): Avoid contact, stay at home, take paracetamol if necessary, call a doctor to make an appointment in case they get tested.
- Call 15 in case of breathing difficulties: “If this cough and fever are accompanied by respiratory discomfort that becomes permanent with shortness of breath, difficulty in inspiring and exhaling, a significant worsening of the cough, this can mean an evolution of the disease in the form of lung disease. This is a potential respiratory emergency and, as in all emergencies, we must then call the 15th who will make the best arrangements to respond to the situation. warns Dr Patrick Aubé, a general practitioner.
Sars-CoV-2 continues to expand worldwide. The pandemic has infected more than 6.6 million people worldwide (according to Johns Hopkins CSSE University) and 391,429 dead. 188 countries and territories are affected (of the 198 countries counted worldwide). There has been a sharp increase in cases in the United States, which remains the first most affected country with 1.87 million cases of Covid-19 and 108,211 deaths.
The number of new cases of Covid-19 per day worldwide between January 22 and June 2, 2020.
A interactive map showing the evolution of the coronavirus epidemic around the world in real time was developed by online mapping publisher HERE Technologies. Based on data from the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University and DXY, this map tracks the increase in the number of people infected reported by government agencies, as well as The number of deaths.
How many coronavirus deaths in the world?
|Country||NUMBER OF DEATHS|
|United states||108 211|
|United Kingdom||39 987|
Sources: Johns Hopkins University, WHO, CDC, ECDC, NHC and DXY.
How many cases of coronavirus in the world?
|Country||CONFIRMED CASES OF CORONAVIRUS||NUMBER OF HABITANTS IN THE COUNTRY (in millions)|
1 872 660
|Other countries||1 137 492|
|Total||6 656 827|
> See the number of cases in other countries
Sources: Johns Hopkins University, WHO, CDC, ECDC, NHC and DXY.
Until 15 June, Europe’s borders remain closed. Outside Europe, the decision will be taken collectively on that date. Belgium took the lead and announced it would reopen its borders with its European neighbours on 15 June, while Italy reopened its borders on 3 June. As for France, it“will be in favour of reopening the borders from 15 June without fourteen for travellers from European countries”. Moreover, the end of the 100 km ban in France “doesn’t mean a release of tension, you can move but as far as possible, if you can defer a distant move it’s probably more reasonable” insisted Edouard Philippe. The President of the Republic announced on 16th March that closure of the borders of Europe and the Schengen area.
Wednesday, June 3, Italy reopens its borders and is ready to welcome European tourists without mandatory quarantine. In addition, it is now allowed to move between regions, but large gatherings are still prohibited. Nearly 4 weeks after the release of containment, the curves of new cases and deaths are encouraging in the country. 88 new deaths have been recorded in Italy in the last 24 hours. On the other hand, the number of patients hospitalized in intensive care continues to decrease: 424 on Monday, June 1, compared to 435 the day before. Since 21 February, the epidemic has killed 33,689 people on the peninsula, making Italy the third most affected country, after the United States and the United Kingdom. In Venice, gondolas have been allowed to sail since Monday, May 18 on the Grand Canal. However, physical distance measures must be followed on board the gondola. Schools, on the other hand, will remain closed until September. The region has initiated a serological testing campaign to estimate the number of people affected by coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic and to map the spread of the infection. The country was confined on Monday, March 9. The peak of the epidemic is reported to have been reached on 5 April. The Director General of Health in France, Jérôme Salomon, said on 11 April that the country “begins a slow, very slow regression of the epidemic.”
According to the latest death toll on Thursday 4 June, Spain is registering 5 new deaths linked to Covid-19, a total of 27,133 dead. The state of alert restricting traffic in Spain is extended one last time until 21 June announced the head of the Spanish government on 31 May. The Spaniards hoped to leave their province on 7 June. The date is therefore postponed by 15 days. Pedro Sanchez highlights exit from the deconfine stages for July 1st “if there is no change in the evolution of the epidemic“. The wearing a mask is mandatory in all public places (streets, shops, etc.) for all persons over the age of 6, who cannot respect a physical distance from others at less than 2 meters. In addition, Spain has decided to 14th of any foreign person arriving on its territory, since Friday May 15th. Those in solitary confinement will only be allowed to go out to buy basic necessities or seek treatment, always by wearing a mask. Shops and terraces have reopened in the country. In Madrid and Barcelona, terraces and green spaces have also reopened. Spain remains one of the countries most affected by the pandemic in the world. On 26 April, Spaniards were allowed to leave their homes for an hour with an adult for children and, since Saturday 2 May, with permission for the over 14s to exercise individually or walk under strict conditions. The schools are closed until September.
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This article is updated daily by Aurélie Blaize, Anaïs Thiébaux and Samantha Pagès.