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Paris to go back into lockdown at the weekend to curb coronavirus outbreaks

TOPICS: coronavirus, France, lockdown, outbreaks, pandemic, Paris

The incidence rate has soared in Paris to 400 cases of coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants. Hospitals in the French capital are stretched to the limit. Patients are being referred to other regions and there are more than 4,200 people in French ICUs, the highest number since November. The French government has decided on a new […]

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Millions of people crowd U.S. beaches without worrying about coronavirus

TOPICS: beaches, coronavirus, holidays, Memorial Day, outbreaks, pandemic, social distance, United States

The United States is about to reach 100,000 deaths from coronavirus, but this weekend, thousands of people have crowded the beaches taking advantage of the fact that it was a bridge. Health authorities warn that they are jeopardizing the success of the de-escalation. Last weekend was Memorial Day, a holiday that has left images of […]

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Fauci contradicts Trump’s speech about early reopening: “The consequences can be very serious”

TOPICS: Anthony Fauci, coronavirus, Donald Trump, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, outbreaks, reopening, restrictions

Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is the most recognized voice in the U.S. on the coronavirus response. He is also a familiar face in the country for his frequent appearances at Donald Trump’s press conferences. On many occasions, he has been a counterpoint to the President’s impetus […]

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