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Coronavirus in France, the situation Thursday, November 18

By My B., Graziella L. Photos by My B. Updated November 18, 2021 at 10:05 am Posted November 18, 2021 at 8:09 am

We take stock this Thursday, November 18, 2021 on the evolution of the Coronavirus epidemic in France. Where is the Covid-19 epidemic in France? According to the latest report, there are +56 additional deaths in total and +20,294 new cases in 24 hours. Discover the latest announcements regarding the health pass, measures, treatments and the latest figures.

Follow the situation in France this Thursday, November 18, 2021 concerning the pandemic of Covid-19. Reopenings, deconfinement, health pass, progression of new variants and restrictions, aid and other measures, we follow the announcements. The latest news can be found under the main info.

The latest news and main information about the Covid in France :

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Discover the latest figures concerning the covid-19 epidemic in France. According to the latest report from Public Health France, France reports +56 additional deaths in total. This Wednesday, November 17, 2021, there are 118,303 deaths in total and +20,294 new confirmed cases in 24 hours. [Lire la suite]

Visual Paris Eiffel Tower gray skyVisual Paris Eiffel Tower gray skyVisual Paris Eiffel Tower gray skyVisual Paris Eiffel Tower gray sky Covid: 6 out of 10 French people in favor of the re-containment of unvaccinated people
In a survey published today, 59% of French people say they are in favor of a re-containment of unvaccinated people. [Lire la suite]

Covid: vaccination of children under 12, the next step in France?Covid: vaccination of children under 12, the next step in France?Covid: vaccination of children under 12, the next step in France?Covid: vaccination of children under 12, the next step in France? Vaccination of children under 12: not “before the start of 2022”, according to Gabriel Attal
While the covid-19 epidemic is on the rise in France, government spokesman Gabriel Attal confirms that the vaccination of children under 12 will not be done “before the start of 2022”. [Lire la suite]

Covid: slight decline in intensive care services in FranceCovid: slight decline in intensive care services in FranceCovid: slight decline in intensive care services in FranceCovid: slight decline in intensive care services in France Covid: more than 7,600 people hospitalized in France
The increase in hospitalizations is confirmed in France. This Wednesday, November 17, 2021, there were 7,663 covid-19 patients hospitalized in the country, against 7,535 the day before and 6,906 a week ago. [Lire la suite]

Coronavirus in Ile-de-France: 92 dead in 24 hours and 1,501 in sheavesCoronavirus in Ile-de-France: 92 dead in 24 hours and 1,501 in sheavesCoronavirus in Ile-de-France: 92 dead in 24 hours and 1,501 in sheavesCoronavirus in Ile-de-France: 92 dead in 24 hours and 1,501 in sheaves Coronavirus in Paris and Ile-de-France: 7 deaths from Covid in 24 hours and 295 serious cases
We take stock of the situation in Paris and Île-de-France. Discover the specific results of the Paris region by department. This Wednesday, November 17, 2021, there are +7 additional deaths in 24 hours and 295 serious cases in intensive care. [Lire la suite]

Visual Paris Seine Quai Tour EiffelVisual Paris Seine Quai Tour EiffelVisual Paris Seine Quai Tour EiffelVisual Paris Seine Quai Tour Eiffel The incidence rate in Île-de-France this Wednesday, November 17, 2021
The health authorities continue to monitor the incidence rate of each department as a determining criterion to know whether the measures should be tightened, or lightened. To make life easier for Ile-de-France residents, here is the map of the incidence rate by department in the Île-de-France region and in Paris for Wednesday, November 17, 2021, determined from data provided by the government. [Lire la suite]

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In Île-de-France, the coronavirus epidemic is experiencing the tremors of a new wave while the vaccination campaign continues. How many French people have been vaccinated to date in the Paris region? We take stock this Wednesday, November 17, 2021. [Lire la suite]

Vaccination in France: your daily assessmentVaccination in France: your daily assessmentVaccination in France: your daily assessmentVaccination in France: your daily assessment Vaccination in France: where are we on Wednesday, November 17, 2021? Number of vaccinated by region
How many people have received a first dose of vaccine against covid-19 in France? What are the regions where people vaccinate the most? This Wednesday, November 17, 2021, we discover the number of people who have received a first injection as well as those who have been fully vaccinated in France since December 27, 2020. Click here to see the distribution of the number of people vaccinated by region. [Lire la suite]

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The incidence rate by department is an indicator to be monitored very closely in order to follow the evolution of the epidemic. We discover together the incidence rates of each department on Wednesday, November 17, 2021. [Lire la suite]

Map of France Covid: the occupancy rate of intensive care beds by departmentMap of France Covid: the occupancy rate of intensive care beds by departmentMap of France Covid: the occupancy rate of intensive care beds by departmentMap of France Covid: the occupancy rate of intensive care beds by department Carte de France Covid on Wednesday, November 17, 2021: the occupancy rate of intensive care beds by region
We continue to closely monitor the data concerning the coronavirus situation in France. This Wednesday, November 17, 2021, 25.70% of intensive care beds are occupied in France. [Lire la suite]

Coronavirus in the worldCoronavirus in the worldCoronavirus in the worldCoronavirus in the world Coronavirus in the world Thursday, November 18, 2021: new cases and deaths in 24 hours
The whole world is facing an unprecedented health crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic. There are more than 253,770,902 cases of coronavirus worldwide and 5,108,094 deaths. Discover the results of the countries and the evolution in the world concerning the coronavirus epidemic this Thursday, November 18, 2021. [Lire la suite]

Vaccination of children under 12: "It's not on the agenda" says Jérôme SalomonVaccination of children under 12: "It's not on the agenda" says Jérôme SalomonVaccination of children under 12: "It's not on the agenda" says Jérôme SalomonVaccination of children under 12: "It's not on the agenda" says Jérôme Salomon Vaccination of children: the Academy of Medicine recommends to vaccinate only in certain cases
Should children under 11 be vaccinated? Yes, according to the Academy of Medicine, but only in certain cases. Depending on the institution, it is not useful to vaccinate all children aged 5 to 11. [Lire la suite]

Covid: how long will we have to wear the mask in France?Covid: how long will we have to wear the mask in France?Covid: how long will we have to wear the mask in France?Covid: how long will we have to wear the mask in France? Covid: “The fifth wave has been there since, probably, mid-October” according to JF Delfraissy
The President of the Scientific Council believes that the “fifth wave has been there since, probably, mid-October” at the microphone of France Inter, this Wednesday, October 17.
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Covid: Pfizer agrees to share patent for Paxlovid, its preventive treatment against the virusCovid: Pfizer agrees to share patent for Paxlovid, its preventive treatment against the virusCovid: Pfizer agrees to share patent for Paxlovid, its preventive treatment against the virusCovid: Pfizer agrees to share patent for Paxlovid, its preventive treatment against the virus Covid: Pfizer agrees to share patent for Paxlovid, its preventive treatment against the virus
Pfizer announced Tuesday, November 16 that it had agreed to distribute the patent for its oral anti-covid treatment, Paxlovid, to 95 countries, with the aim of combating the virus more effectively in countries where the vaccine is not widely distributed. A voluntary license agreement for the treatment, the availability of which will be “a matter of months”. [Lire la suite]

Covid: Pfizer unveils its first oral treatment against the virusCovid: Pfizer unveils its first oral treatment against the virusCovid: Pfizer unveils its first oral treatment against the virusCovid: Pfizer unveils its first oral treatment against the virus Covid: Paxlovid, the treatment developed by Pfizer, soon on the market in the United States?
The Pfizer laboratory announced, Tuesday, November 16, that it had filed an emergency marketing authorization request for its anti-Covid treatment, Paxlovid, to the FDA, the Food & Drug Administration. A treatment 89% effective against the risk of hospitalization or death according to the latest data from a study. [Lire la suite]

Health pass: no local adaptation or relief, confirms the governmentHealth pass: no local adaptation or relief, confirms the governmentHealth pass: no local adaptation or relief, confirms the governmentHealth pass: no local adaptation or relief, confirms the government Covid: the health pass conditioned on a 3rd dose for those over 50?
From December 1, people between 50 and 64 years old will be able to make an appointment to get their 3rd dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. Does this segment of the population risk losing its health pass if it does not submit to this booster dose, like those over 65? [Lire la suite]

Visual ParisVisual ParisVisual ParisVisual Paris Covid: “we are very clearly starting a wave” according to Olivier Véran
While the health situation linked to covid-19 is deteriorating again in France, Olivier Véran believes that the country is currently “starting a wave”. [Lire la suite]

Coronavirus: the vaccine pass rather than the health pass against the fifth wave?Coronavirus: the vaccine pass rather than the health pass against the fifth wave?Coronavirus: the vaccine pass rather than the health pass against the fifth wave?Coronavirus: the vaccine pass rather than the health pass against the fifth wave? Coronavirus: the vaccine pass rather than the health pass against the fifth wave?
While the coronavirus epidemic is reviving in Europe, the debate on the vaccine pass is returning to the heart of the news. Could this replace the current Health Pass? [Lire la suite]