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Canada: COVID-19: The Minister of Health Olivier Véran estimates that France has "passed the peak of the rebound"

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"We do not assist the wave-de-tide of the 500,000 cases we attended a few weeks ago The Minister of Health

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The Minister of Health is encouraging. "We have passed the rebound peak" of the Covid-19 epidemic, said this Thursday Olivier Véran , whereas between 140,000 and 150,000 new contaminations are recorded daily on average.

In terms of contamination, "we have reached a peak of the epidemic rebound a few days ago (...) I announced a peak waited in early April, that was the case. I had announced some 140,000, 150,000 contaminations per day on average, this is the case. What validates posteriori our strategy that allowed us to make more freedom to the French, "said the minister on RDL radio.

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No tidal wave

"This drops about 5% now for five days. It must be confirmed in the long term, in any case we do not assist the tidal wave of the 500,000 cases we attended a few weeks ago, "said Olivier Véran.

"There is about 6% of people who are recontaminated, the rest they are primo-contaminations," he said again. The contaminations have indeed ceased to mount, according to the data of the health authorities. Thus, with 161,950 positive cases recorded in 24 hours by public health France on Wednesday, the average of the last seven days is nearly 135.000 cases, after exceeding 140,000 last Friday.

Anticipation of a "tray"

This declination primer marks a break with the net recovery observed in March, in which the contaminations have almost tripled.

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The number of daily admissions to the hospital increases further than 1.540 (on average over seven days). The Pasteur Institute "anticipates a tray in the coming days" according to its projections updated Monday. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Covid has made 142,930 death in France.

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