May 11, in France, registered 263 death from the coronavirus, the total number of deaths from infection increased to 26 643, announced the Ministry of health of the country.
The jump in deaths was recorded in the first day of the easing of quarantine after two days of decline: 9 and 10 may, the Ministry reported, respectively, about 80 and 70 deaths.
With the outbreak of coronavirus, according to Ministry of health, hospitalization needed 96 431 patient, 56 724 of them were discharged, while 22 284 remain in hospitals. For the last day were hospitalized 523. In intensive care is 2712 patients with coronavirus infection COVID-19.
The country’s Ministry of health does not publish data on the total number of French people who had confirmed a coronavirus. Pon the information of the American Johns Hopkins University that tracks the spread of the disease online, coronavirus was identified more than 177,5 thousand inhabitants of France.
The country ranks sixth in the world in the number of infected and the fifth – the number of deaths.
On may 11 in France began the easing of the quarantine. The country is divided into “green” and “red” departments depending on the epidemiological situation. The capital region Ile-de-France and another three regions have entered the “red” zone where there are tighter restrictions. In the country, opened stores, shops and hairdresser. Closed remain the largest shopping centers in the capital region, bars, cafes, restaurants, theatres, cinemas, sports centers, major museums across the country. In addition, on may 11 has lifted the restrictions on out-of-home, but all travel at a distance greater than 100 km from the place of permanent residence are limited to the exigencies of the service or urgent family circumstances.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in December 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
As of 12 may around the world, the coronavirus has infected 4.2 million people, reported Johns Hopkins University. More 286,8 thousand people died, and 1.46 million recovered.