Coronavirus in France in 24 hours

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Discover the situation in France regarding the coronavirus epidemic on Tuesday, May 19. In France, the number of deaths is falling today and totals 28,022 cases or 140 deaths in the last 24 hours. The number of cases confirmed by PCR is 143,427. Find out all the figures for the day’s balance sheet provided by the government.

Coronavirus in France in 24 hours
Coronavirus in France in 24 hours

The situation in France

the latest assessment provided by the health authorities concerning the COVID-19 pandemic shows 143,427 confirmed cases and 28,022 deaths in total: 17,714 people in hospital (125 more in the last 24 hours), and 10,308 in nursing homes and other medico-social establishments. This Tuesday, May 19, counted 140 deaths in France in 24 hours. Note that the Directorate General of Health has lowered the number of deaths since the start of the epidemic.

France currently has 18,468 people hospitalized, including 509 new patients and 547 fewer hospitalized patients, taking into account entry and exit. The country has 1,894 people in intensive care in intensive care, 69 people have been admitted in the last 24 hours and there are 104 fewer people taking into account the entrances and exits. Finally, 62,563 people came out of French hospitals cured.

The number of deaths goes up this Tuesday, May 19. The number of new admissions seems to be increasing, but the number of people hospitalized and admitted to intensive care continues to decrease.

4 regions alone have the highest number of cases, ie 71% of the total. These are the following regions:

  • Ile-de-France
  • Great East
  • Auvergne Rhône Alpes
  • Hauts de France

The statistics

According to the latest assessment, Ile-de-France accounts for the most hospitalized people (7,692) and the most deaths (6,816) and 775 people in intensive care (824 yesterday), followed by the Grand Est with 2,740 people hospitalized and 3,313 deaths. Among the regions of France most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes with 1,671 people hospitalized and 1,591 deaths, Hauts de France with 1,683 people hospitalized and 1,646 deaths, Provence-Alpes Côte d ‘Azur with 1,084 people hospitalized and 855 deaths, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté with 758 people hospitalized and 978 deaths, and finally Occitania with 314 hospitalizations and 471 deaths.

This Tuesday, May 19, the Covid-19 virus affects 4,805,544 confirmed cases and killed a total of 318,596 people worldwide


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