During the day, less than 4.5 thousand new cases were detected, although at the beginning of November the increase exceeded 62 thousand.
France recorded the lowest number of new cases of coronavirus in several months. This was reported by the National Agency for Public Health on Tuesday, November 24.
On the eve of 4452 new cases of infection were detected in France. This is significantly less than was recorded every day over the previous several months when in early November the peak reached more than 62 thousand new infections in 24 hours.
At the same time, the number of deaths from COVID-19 in the country remains high. 501 people died the day before.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic in March, 2,144,660 people have fallen ill with COVID-19 in the country. There were 49,232 deaths recorded.
Earlier, the Minister of Health said that France has overcome the peak of the second wave of COVID-19. The French government called the information that the country coped with the peak of the second wave of coronavirus as “good news”. The number of infections has decreased significantly, but it is too early to relax.
It was also reported that in France, Christmas trees were recognized as a basic commodity. Christmas trees in France can now be purchased even during the strict quarantine. They turned to the Prime Minister of the country with a proposal to add trees to the list of essential goods.