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  1. France has come to a complete halt.

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      Kartazion

      As of March 17, 2020, there are around 6,000 people infected in France today.

      According to the government, the number of cases will double every three days.

      If there was no confinement of established, this would pass the balance sheet of 70,000 people infected in one week, and 770,000 people on March 31, 2020, and this in France. This would bring the balance sheet of 25,200,000 people infected worldwide as of March 31, 2020.

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      Kartazion

      Latest results in the last 24 hours to reach 7,730 people.

      The assessment also specifies that more than 2,500 patients are currently hospitalized, including 699 in intensive care.
      This means that almost 10% of those infected are in intensive care, and around 34% are hospitalized.

      In France 1 in 3 people with Covid-19 are hospitalized!

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      Kartazion


      Latest results in the last 24 hours to reach 9,134 people.
      3,600 patients are currently hospitalized, including 921 in intensive care.
      Half of these intensive care patients are under 60 years

      In France over 1 in 3 people with Covid-19 are hospitalized!

      The death rate in Germany is 0.2%.
      For comparison, it is 1% in South Korea (where tests are generalized),
      In France by 2.2%, 4.5% in Spain and 7.7% in Italy.
      It is very likely that the rate of contamination in France, Spain and Italy is largely underestimated. French doctrine is, in fact, not to test people with symptoms of the coronavirus, except for serious or complicated cases. Which would explain that.

      The new coronavirus can survive for several hours outside the human body, on various surfaces or even in the air, according to a study published Tuesday.
       

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