This Thursday (23) France and the United Kingdom broke records for the Covit-19 cases in a 24-hour period, during which time the Ômicron variant, more pervasive than previous strains, advanced in Europe.
In the area, led by Emmanuel Macron, 91,608 infections were reported daily. This unprecedented peak came 24 hours after the country was diagnosed with 84,200 infections in a single day.
In the last seven days, an average of 61,274 infections have been reported in the country. As a previous record, 86,852 cases were registered in November last year.
According to Health Minister Olivier Véran, Ômicron will become a staple in France between Christmas and New Year. Thus, in the next 24 hours, the country’s Govt-19 impact has crossed 100,000.
The resurgence of the Sars-CoV-2 corona virus infection has accelerated the French government’s vaccination campaign against the virus and this week approved the vaccination of children between the ages of 5 and 11.
In addition, Macron wants to pass a bill in January to tighten compulsory vaccination rules against Govt-19.
In the United Kingdom, 119,789 infections and 147 deaths were reported in a single day, health officials said.
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