1. French virus patients continue to decrease  Bellingen Courier Sun
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The number of people in hospital with coronavirus in France has fallen by 205 to 17,178, continuing a gradual decline that has lasted more than five weeks sin...The number of people in hospital with coronavirus in France has fallen by 205 to 17,178, continuing a gradual decline that has lasted more than five weeks sin...

French virus patients continue to decrease | The Bellingen Shire Courier Sun | Bellingen, NSW

PARIS (Reuters) - The number of people in hospital with coronavirus in France fell by 205 to 17,178 on Saturday, continuing a gradual decline that ...PARIS (Reuters) - The number of people in hospital with coronavirus in France fell by 205 to 17,178 on Saturday, continuing a gradual decline that ...

Number of COVID-19 patients in France continues to slide - SWI swissinfo.ch

“If I was a healthcare worker in France, given the government has let the virus return without testing, tracing and masks, I'd take a holiday for the next 4 weeks #COVID19”

Patrick Galey 🤷🏻‍♂️ on Twitter: "If I was a healthcare worker in France, given the government has let the virus return without testing, tracing and masks, I'd take a holiday for the next 4 weeks #COVID19"

“Among the concerns we raised in our plan for football, was that the financial crisis for clubs will see the large scale release of players over the next few weeks - Dunfermline release 17 players as reality bites for lower-league football https://t.co/bPulYqFKyc via @FRANCE24”

Damian Collins on Twitter: "Among the concerns we raised in our plan for football, was that the financial crisis for clubs will see the large scale release of players over the next few weeks - Dunfermline release 17 players as reality bites for lower-league football https://t.co/bPulYqFKyc via @FRANCE24"

“26% of French people would refuse to be vaccinated against #covid19, per @TheLancet and @Le_Figaro - which is both nuts and also not that surprising, as anti-vaxx sentiment in France has sadly seen a massive uptick in recent years. https://t.co/ZOO9ZkwiER”

Evan O’Connell on Twitter: "26% of French people would refuse to be vaccinated against #covid19, per @TheLancet and @Le_Figaro - which is both nuts and also not that surprising, as anti-vaxx sentiment in France has sadly seen a massive uptick in recent years. https://t.co/ZOO9ZkwiER"

“This morning, I volunteered with Jenny French and her brilliant team ⁦@EastElmbridgeFB⁩ - delivering parcels to some of the most vulnerable people in our community during the C19 pandemic. Thanks to all those supporting this excellent community effort.”

Dominic Raab on Twitter: "This morning, I volunteered with Jenny French and her brilliant team ⁦@EastElmbridgeFB⁩ - delivering parcels to some of the most vulnerable people in our community during the C19 pandemic. Thanks to all those supporting this excellent community effort.… https://t.co/eb3Gw8hFuE"

The number of patients in France in intensive care as a result of the coronavirus pandemic continued to fall on Saturday, with 1,665 patients. This was a drop of 36 in 24 hours, according to a statem…The number of patients in France in intensive care as a result of the coronavirus pandemic continued to fall on Saturday, with 1,665 patients. This was a drop of 36 in 24 hours, according to a statem…

Covid-19: Number of intensive care cases in France continues to decline

Fatalities plummet on Saturday to record low, with hospitalizations and intensive care following suit - Anadolu AgencyFatalities plummet on Saturday to record low, with hospitalizations and intensive care following suit - Anadolu Agency

France reports 47 deaths, lowest yet from COVID-19

Coronavirus infection rates in France have slowed further and the number of COVID-19 patients in hospital and intensive care continued to fall, health ministry figures showed, a sign that social distancing is keeping contagion in check for now.Coronavirus infection rates in France have slowed further and the number of COVID-19 patients in hospital and intensive care continued to fall, health ministry figures showed, a sign that social distancing is keeping contagion in check for now.

French COVID-19 cases slow and patient tallies continue to fall - Reuters

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