Public Health Institute France In a statement released on Thursday (30), he said the corona virus variant that dominates the country is Omigron.
This week, 62.4% of tests had a profile compatible with the Omigron variant, up 15% from the previous year, the public company found in its latest weekly report.
Variation improvement was expected – Omigron also dominated Portugal and the United Kingdom.
Photo of Commercial Street in Bordeaux November 2021 – Photo: Thibaut Mortis / AFP
The French Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, announced that 10% of the population had been in contact with an infected person and that “there are fewer people who have not yet been vaccinated”, considering the speed at which the virus is spreading due to the Omigran variant. Chance of escaping pollution.
A France Govt-19 sees the “tsunami” of infection. On Wednesday, the country registered 208,000 new cases, a national and European record, Health Minister Oliver Veron told lawmakers on Wednesday. As of Thursday, the figure was over 200,000 announcements.
The country has broken the Govt-19 record several times in recent days. According to data available on the Covidtracker.fr website, 180,000 cases on Tuesday already represent the highest number for a country in Europe.
“This means that 24 hours a day, day and night, every second of our country, two French people receive a positive diagnosis of the corona virus,” Veron explained. “We have never experienced a situation like this,” he said, describing the increase in cases as “staggering”.
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The condition of hospitals due to the delta variation was already worrisome, the minister warned, and the impact of the new Ômicron variant had not yet been felt, he said, adding that it would eventually happen. The flu will make things more complicated for hospitals, he said.
“As for Omigron, I’m not talking about a wave anymore. It’s an electric current, in which multiple waves combine to form a large wave.”
The number of global Govt-19 infections has reached record levels in recent days. This is due to the fact that Omigron is spreading fast, keeping many workers at home and carrying heavy loads at testing centers.
The government has decided this week that people should work at a distance of at least three days a week. Failure to comply with this rule will result in fines for companies.
Companies that do not comply with the telecommuting rule will be fined up to € 1,000 (R $ 6,300) per employee, for a total of 50,000 (R $ 315,000).
The best plan is yet to be voted on by the National Assembly. But a new National Trade Code (PNE) was released by the French Ministry of Labor on Thursday (30).
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