Coronavirus in France as of Monday 17 January 2022: +296 Covid deaths, and +278,129 severe cases

Published by My B. · Published on 18 January 2022 at 09h00
Here are the latest data as for the Covid-19 epidemic in France. According to Santé Publique France’s latest data, France reports +296 more deaths in 24h. This Monday 17 January 2022, the death toll includes +296 hospital deaths and 0 in nursing homes. +278,129 new cases have been reported in 24h.

In France, according to the latest report from the health authorities as for the COVID-19 pandemic, about 14,172,384 cases have been reported naming +278,129 in 24h. 

This Monday 17 January 2022127,263 people have died including +296 deaths in 24 hours have been reported. The death toll in nursing homes states 27,212 (0) deaths. And 100,051 (+296 in 24h) people have died in hospitals. 

The reproduction rate R reaches 1.44, the incidence rate reaches 2,989.91, and the hospital pressure is at 77.4%. Positivity rate reaches 22.7%.

In France, 25,776 (+889) people are at the hospital, including 3,913 (+61) serious cases in ICU

According to Santé Publique France data, all departments are currently vulnerable. 

The most impacted regions in France:

  • Ile-de-France : 6,967 (+179) hospitalized, 968 (+28) in ICU and +51 deaths en 24h 
  • Grand Est : 1,821 (+42) hospitalized, 281 (+9) in ICU and +22 deaths en 24h 
  • Hauts de France : 1,724 (+99) hospitalized, 271 (+7) in ICU and +24 deaths en 24h 
  • Auvergne Rhône Alpes : [3,405 (+127) hospitalized, 500 (-7) in ICU and +38 deaths en 24h 
  • Provence-Alpes Côte d'Azur : 2,876 (+61) hospitalized, 493 (-3) in ICU and +38 deaths en 24h 
  • Bretagne : 728 (+71) hospitalized, 90 (+8) in ICU and +4 deaths en 24h 
  • Normandie : 1,202 (+60) hospitalized, 130 (+5) in ICU and +25 deaths en 24h 
  • Nouvelle-Aquitaine : 1,421 (+42) hospitalized, 235 (-2) in ICU and +24 deaths en 24h 
  • Pays de la Loire : 730 (0) hospitalized, 0 (-1) in ICU and +5 deaths en 24h 
  • Occitanie : 2,002 (+61) hospitalized, 381 (+8) in ICU and +26 deaths en 24h 
  • Centre-Val de Loire : 769 (+17) hospitalized, 126 (+3) in ICU and +9 deaths en 24h 
  • Bourgogne-Franche-Comté : 1,045 (+24) hospitalized, 159 (-1) in ICU and +15 deaths en 24h 

This Monday 17 January 2022, Covid-19 virus has infected 326,580,474 people and killed 5,532,526 people worldwide.

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Covid : le second vaccin de Sanofi ne sera pas prêt en 2021Covid : le second vaccin de Sanofi ne sera pas prêt en 2021Covid : le second vaccin de Sanofi ne sera pas prêt en 2021Covid : le second vaccin de Sanofi ne sera pas prêt en 2021 Covid: Sanofi stops trials on their mRNA vaccine
This Tuesday September 28, Sanofi has announced they are halting clinical trials as for Covid mRNA vaccine as developed by American biotech Translate Bio, saying it is too late to reach the market. Yet, the vaccine was promising according to the study's preliminary results. [Read more]

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Could cultural life return earlier than expected despite the health crisis? The France Urbaine organization states that main cities are willing to try and experimentally reopen museums, theaters and movie theaters. The city of Lyon is already experimenting partial reopening of restaurants. [Read more]

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As vaccination campaigns have been initiated worldwide, Moderna is in talks to increase by 50% vaccine doses per vial, so that they can move from 10 to 15 doses of vaccine per vial. [Read more]

Coronavirus : des tests salivaires pour faciliter le dépistage ? Coronavirus : des tests salivaires pour faciliter le dépistage ? Coronavirus : des tests salivaires pour faciliter le dépistage ? Coronavirus : des tests salivaires pour faciliter le dépistage ? Covid: 400,000 saliva tests taken by week in schools starting from Monday
During the press briefing held this April 22, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced 400,000 saliva tests will be deployed in elementary schools starting Monday April 26, with a goal to reach 600,000 weekly tests by mid-May, Jean-Michel Blanquer added. [Read more]

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This Friday February 12, the AP-HP has reported a first case of Covid reinfection – by South-African variant – has been found in France. A 58-year-old male contracted the virus in September 2020 and has been contaminated again in January. The man developed severe disease when contaminated for the second time. [Read more]

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In a report given to the government this Friday February 12, the French Haute Autorité de Santé has stated that people who have been already infected by Covid will only get one, and only one, dose of vaccine, for those given the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. The reason? These people – who have been infected already – have then already develop antibodies and only one injection is said to protect them as much, and even more than those given two doses if they have not been infected before. [Read more]

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Interview this morning, government spokesman Gabriel Attal announced the government was ready to instate local-based lockdown given the health situation in Moselle as the new case toll infected with the SA variant skyrockets. [Read more]

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As Covid-19 variants spread in France has the health authorities still as worried, Health Minister confirmed during the weekly press brief that a new lockdown is still possible in the event the epidemic markers happen to deteriorate even more. [Read more]

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This Thursday February 11, the Oxford University released the results of Recovery clinical trial on Tocilizumab, a medication generally used in rheumatology, but here, it is used to lower the number of Covid patients in ICU. And results are particularly encouraging, echoing the study led in April 2020 by AP-HP. Here is more on the matter. [Read more]

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Does extreme cold France has been experiencing over the past couple of days curb the spread of Covid-19? As we know cold improves the spread of the virus, things are different when temperatures drop below 0°C. Here is more on the matter. [Read more]

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Is plasma transfusion an effective solution against Covid? The WHO eventually addressed this matter and advises against this past December 6 after assessing data available. These data seem to show these tranfusions are useless and do not prevent severe illness and death. [Read more]

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A study released this Wednesday February 10, 2021 by scientists says that patients suffering from severe pneumopathies hospitalized in November 2019 may have been carrying SARS-CoV-2. These results go against the scenario the epidemic broke out in December 2019 in a Chinese market in Wuhan. [Read more]

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Yesterday, French Health Minister said it was still possible for France to prevent another lockdown. This February, government spokesman Gabriel Attal confirmed the saying stating “there is a way to prevent lockdown”. Therefore, can France really prevent a third strict lockdown? Here are some possible answers. [Read more]

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Despite the details of the mass Covid vaccine campaign and the different steps explained by Jean Castex and Olivier Véran a few weeks ago, you still do not know which group you belong to? What step you are part of? How to know if you can get a vaccine? Here are answers. [Read more]

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Pfizer covid vaccine is said to be less effective against the South African variant... This is at least what an Israeli study found on the matter, stating this strain is likely to "break through" the vaccine. The study shifts focus of the results from the previous study carried out by the American laboratory, explaining their vaccine was working for at least six months against all variants, and especially the South African strain. [Read more]

Vaccin contre la Covid : les retards dans les campagnes pourraient coûter des milliards à l'EuropeVaccin contre la Covid : les retards dans les campagnes pourraient coûter des milliards à l'EuropeVaccin contre la Covid : les retards dans les campagnes pourraient coûter des milliards à l'EuropeVaccin contre la Covid : les retards dans les campagnes pourraient coûter des milliards à l'Europe Covid vaccine: delayed vaccination campaign could cost Europe billions
Delayed vaccination campaign within the European Union could cost billions to the 27… According to Euler Hermès experts’ calculations, it could cost between 100 million and 3 billion depending on the countries and per week of lockdown, for a total that could reach up to 90 billion euros for 2021. [Read more]

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At the end of four weeks on a mission, international investigators sent to Wuhan, China, by WHO have held a press conference this February 9, 2021 in order to share the first results of their investigation. [Read more]

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UK and South-African coronavirus variants have the health authorities worried, and for good reason, they are said to be more contagious than the original coronavirus that broke out in Wuhan. This February 7, the Health director general released an “emergency” memo to change the health protocol as part of the fight against variants: longer self-isolation period, mandatory end of contamination test, quicker school closure. Here is the protocol. [Read more]

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Starting March 1, 2021, a new logo will be displayed on cloth face-covers allowed to be sold. Goodbye “type 1 masks”, welcome “general public, >90% filtration” masks. [Read more]

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This is another step in the fight against coronavirus. A few days ago, Deputy Patricia Mirallès filed a draft report in order to recognize and take care of long-term Covid-19-related complications. This draft report will be discussed on February 17 at the National Assembly. [Read more]

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Good news amid the fight against Covid! This Thursday March 11, Health Minister Olivier Véran said 18,402 pharmacists answered the government's call to vaccinate people aged 50 to 64 suffering from comorbidities from March 15. Vaccination has been made possible with a decree, after the Prime Minister showed the way to pharmacists this past March 4. [Read more]

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As in November 2020 results of the Russian Covid vaccine Sputnik V sparked many doubts given the lack of transparency and as they cut corners in the development of the vaccine, this Tuesday February 2, independent experts released their own assessment in The Lancet. Good news: Sputnik V is 91.6% effective - and not 95% as previously announced. The vaccine is waiting for approval from the European Union to be authorized for marketing very soon. [Read more]

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As the Covid-19 epidemic keeps on spreading all over the world, a flash investigation carried out by Pr. Bruno Lina for BFMTV says the spread of coronavirus variants increases in France and is found in 14% PCR+ reported by health services. [Read more]

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Laboratories GSK and CureVac have announced they are working together to fight against Covid variants, more transmissible and potentially resisting against products currently available on the market. Vaccine may be authorized for marketing in 2022. [Read more]

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According to a study led by the Oxford University, AstraZeneca Covid vaccine reduces by 67% the spread of the virus from the first dose injected. Good news in the fight against the pandemic and eventually the eradication of the disease. [Read more]

Coronavirus : le vaccin russe soupçonné de fraude ?Coronavirus : le vaccin russe soupçonné de fraude ?Coronavirus : le vaccin russe soupçonné de fraude ?Coronavirus : le vaccin russe soupçonné de fraude ? Covid: AstraZeneca vaccine approved by France's Haute Autorité de Santé for people under 65
Appproved by the European Medicines Agency since this Friday January 29, Covid vaccine by AstraZeneca has been approved, this Tuesday February 2, by the Haute Autorité de Santé only for people under the age of 65. It is to arrive in France from February 8 - according to Secretary of State for European Affairs Clément Beaune. [Read more]

Confinement retardé : le pari risqué de l'exécutif Confinement retardé : le pari risqué de l'exécutif Confinement retardé : le pari risqué de l'exécutif Confinement retardé : le pari risqué de l'exécutif Delayed lockdown: the executive’s perilous gamble
As Covid-19 and its latest variants keep on spreading across France and everywhere else in Europe, in the evening of Friday January 29, 2021 the government confirmed they want to wait for a few more days before making a firm decision in the fight against the epidemic in order to study any other leads that can still be considered. Scientists and doctors consider the lockdown scenario remains more than ever inevitable in light of the seriousness of the health situation. [Read more]

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This Sunday January 31, European Commission president Ursula Von der Leyen announces AstraZeneca will deliver 30% more vaccine doses than announced for the first quarter of 2021, namely 40 million doses more. [Read more]

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In an interview with JDD, French Health Minister Olivier Véran explains the reasons that encouraged the government not to put the country back into lockdown. [Read more]

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Good news in the search against Covid! Johnson & Johnson announced this Friday January 29 in a release that their vaccine against coronavirus was overall 66% effective, and between 85% and 100% in preventing severe disease 28 and 49 days after the injection. [Read more]

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As the world keeps on facing the Covid-19 pandemic, an Australian institute addressed the managing of the crisis. So, which countries did handle the coronavirus epidemic best? Which countries failed, and where does France rank? Keep reading to find out more. [Read more]

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The European Union announced they have already pre-ordered doses of French Austrian Valneva's Covid vaccine, currently under rolling review by the European Medicines Agency. The vaccine has delivered "positive topline results" this past October. [Read more]

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As the first outcomes of curfew from 6 p.m. are not what the government expected, the executive seems to go for a new nationwide lockdown that could be implemented in next to no time. If truly decided, lockdown would be debated and voted at the Assembly and the Senate as said on Thursday January 28 by Jean Castex. [Read more]

3e confinement : une annonce de Macron mercredi ?3e confinement : une annonce de Macron mercredi ?3e confinement : une annonce de Macron mercredi ?3e confinement : une annonce de Macron mercredi ? 4-week weekend lockdown or strict lockdown? Emmanuel Macron is said to have already decided
Will Emmanuel Macron announce a third lockdown on Wednesday March 17, 2021? As the epidemic markers are exceeding expectations in Île-de-France, with almost the same standards as the second wave, Prime Minister Jean castex intended two options were being considered by the executive: strict 24/7 lockdown; or weekend lockdown like in Nice or Dunkirk. The news is to be confirmed on Thursday March 18, 2021 at 6 p.m. for the weekly press brief. [Read more]

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This Monday January 25, Moderna Therapeutics laboratory announced they were working on a new version of their vaccine, to make it more effective against variants, especially the South-African strain. That very same day, the group explained their product was effective against the two most spread variants in the world. [Read more]

Covid : la Colchicine, un traitement prometteur contre le virus ?Covid : la Colchicine, un traitement prometteur contre le virus ?Covid : la Colchicine, un traitement prometteur contre le virus ?Covid : la Colchicine, un traitement prometteur contre le virus ? Covid: Colchicine not working in hospitalized sick, Recovery trial found
Is Colchicine not working in Covid sick already at the hospital? This is the conclusion found by the Recovery trial in a study released this Tuesday May 18, explaining the use of this therapy "was not associated with reductions in mortality, duration of hospital stay, or risk of progressing to invasive mechanical ventilation or death". Yet, this was a promising molecule, according to Montreal Heart Institute in a study released in March 2020 explaining Colchicine was said to be effective against Coronavirus, according to primary results from a clinical trial. [Read more]

Coronavirus : les vaccins auront des effets secondaires selon le Conseil scientifiqueCoronavirus : les vaccins auront des effets secondaires selon le Conseil scientifiqueCoronavirus : les vaccins auront des effets secondaires selon le Conseil scientifiqueCoronavirus : les vaccins auront des effets secondaires selon le Conseil scientifique Coronavirus: vaccines have side effects, but results are positive, the ANSM says
Covid-19 vaccine adverse effects are still being studied: headaches, shivers, fatigue, as well as sore muscles and in rare cases tachycardia... The French Agency for the Safety of Health Products has recently issued a report on these effects and intends to be reassuring. All in all, 135 cases in 400,000 people studied have been reported and most cases were minor. [Read more]

Coronavirus : Emmanuel Macron annonce des mesures de soutien économique pour les entreprisesCoronavirus : Emmanuel Macron annonce des mesures de soutien économique pour les entreprisesCoronavirus : Emmanuel Macron annonce des mesures de soutien économique pour les entreprisesCoronavirus : Emmanuel Macron annonce des mesures de soutien économique pour les entreprises Covid: 74% of employees wish to dith facemask-wearing within companies
As facemask-wearing is to be lifted for people in places subject to the health pass, Labor Minister reminds employees from these places are not involved in this softening. "Facemask-wearing remain the rule in companies", the Minister insists on. A source of frustration for employees, as 74% of them are for the end of facemask-wearing within companies, according to an Ipsos-Sopra Steria survey released this October 4, 2021. [Read more]

Covid : le variant britannique pourrait être plus mortel, selon Boris JohnsonCovid : le variant britannique pourrait être plus mortel, selon Boris JohnsonCovid : le variant britannique pourrait être plus mortel, selon Boris JohnsonCovid : le variant britannique pourrait être plus mortel, selon Boris Johnson Covid: UK variant not likely to cause more severe disease, two studies found
According to two new studied released on Monday April 12 in The Lancet Infectious Diseases, the Covid UK variant is not likely to lead to more severe virus, but confirms it is more transmissible. The two studies go contrary to another publication issued on March 10, 2021, in the British Medical Journal, the UK variant is said to be 64% more deadly than classic Covid. [Read more]

Vaccin contre la Covid : AstraZeneca dans l'incapacité de fournir toutes les doses prévues en EuropeVaccin contre la Covid : AstraZeneca dans l'incapacité de fournir toutes les doses prévues en EuropeVaccin contre la Covid : AstraZeneca dans l'incapacité de fournir toutes les doses prévues en EuropeVaccin contre la Covid : AstraZeneca dans l'incapacité de fournir toutes les doses prévues en Europe AstraZeneca vaccine: new shipping delays in the EU
This Saturday March 13, AstraZeneca laboratory announced new delivery delays to the EU, speaking about exportation restrictions caused by the non-EU production choice to deliver doses secured by the 27. This Thursday March 11, Health Minister Olivier Véran already announced a three-week delay in deliveries. [Read more]

Covid : des risques de pénurie d'oxygène à prévoir dans le mondeCovid : des risques de pénurie d'oxygène à prévoir dans le mondeCovid : des risques de pénurie d'oxygène à prévoir dans le mondeCovid : des risques de pénurie d'oxygène à prévoir dans le monde Covid: oxygen shortages likely to occur across the world
To treat Covid-19 sick, hospitals across the world use a lot of oxygen for lack of anything better. As exposed by Le Parisien, some areas in South America and Africa are starting to lack pure air. [Read more]

Covid : le vaccin de Pfizer/BioNTech ne présenterait pas de risque de sécurité selon la FDACovid : le vaccin de Pfizer/BioNTech ne présenterait pas de risque de sécurité selon la FDACovid : le vaccin de Pfizer/BioNTech ne présenterait pas de risque de sécurité selon la FDACovid : le vaccin de Pfizer/BioNTech ne présenterait pas de risque de sécurité selon la FDA Covid: Russian Sputnik V vaccine not to be approved before late June, Clément Beaune says
This Tuesday January 19, 2021, as the Russian authorities sought approval for issuing their Covid vaccine, Sputnik V, mostly developed by the Russian direct investment fund, from the European Medicines Agency, French State Secretary for European Affairs Clément Beaune announced the vaccine was unlikely to be approve before late June. [Read more]

Covid : qu'est-ce que la phantosmie, séquelle du coronavirus qu'expérimentent d'anciens malades ? Covid : qu'est-ce que la phantosmie, séquelle du coronavirus qu'expérimentent d'anciens malades ? Covid : qu'est-ce que la phantosmie, séquelle du coronavirus qu'expérimentent d'anciens malades ? Covid : qu'est-ce que la phantosmie, séquelle du coronavirus qu'expérimentent d'anciens malades ? Covid: what is phantosmia, a coronavirus consequence experienced by people who recovered?
Recovering from Covid is no exactly a walk in the park… And even after one made it, several consequences can occur overnight without warning, taking former coronavirus sick by surprise. And among these consequences, there is phantosmia, a symptom related to the loss of smell… But what is it exactly? Keep reading to find out more! [Read more]

Covid : "on ne pourra pas éviter un nouveau confinement" selon la Haute Autorité de SantéCovid : "on ne pourra pas éviter un nouveau confinement" selon la Haute Autorité de SantéCovid : "on ne pourra pas éviter un nouveau confinement" selon la Haute Autorité de SantéCovid : "on ne pourra pas éviter un nouveau confinement" selon la Haute Autorité de Santé Covid: “Another lockdown is not likely to be avoided”, the Haute Autorité de Santé states
As curfew has just been pulled forward to 6 p.m. in France in order to fight against the spread of Covid-19, Haute Autorité de Santé vaccine expert considers French cannot avoid a third lockdown. And yet, the professor warns against setting restrictions up too early. [Read more]

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You have – or had – coronavirus and lost smell and taste? You want to re-educate your senses? We explain you how to get them back. [Read more]

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