Source Title: French Health Minister: curfew measures are effective but not enough to eliminate NCV
On the afternoon of January 28th local time, French health minister weir LAN held a news conference on the current situation of COVID-19 in France.
Welland said that the current “curfew” measures implemented in France from 18:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. the next day have played a practical role, effectively avoiding the further deterioration of the epidemic situation, thus stabilizing the epidemic situation in France.
But on the other hand, Welland also said that as the new coronavirus variant has spread in France, the effect of the curfew does not seem to be enough to curb the accelerated spread of the virus. Up to now, 60% of the beds in major French hospitals are occupied by new crown patients, and the pressure of medical institutions is increasing. Welland also said that the French government has been doing its best to protect the health of the French people, taking into account the impact of the epidemic on people’s mental health, and will continue to work on it in the future.
It is reported that about 2000 new coronavirus infected people in France are infected by the new coronavirus every day. As of January 27th, novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed in France, with more than 3 million 100 thousand confirmed cases, reaching 3106859 cases. (CCTV reporter Ma Jinjin)