What is the situation in Paris and Ile-de-France on Tuesday October 20? Discover the latest data as for the Covid-19 epidemic and the latest news as for the Parisian area under the main news. In Île-de-France, the alert threshold has been exceeded with a rise of positive tests.
According to the latest reports of the Agence régionale de Santé, as of Monday October 19, 2020, the Ile-de-France region reports 8,477 deaths in total, including 36 deaths in 24 hours. There are currently 621 people in ICU and 3,168 people at the hospital. Patients in ICU are generally 60 years old. Ile-de-France now exceeds the alert threshold. There are currently 49 active clusters in Île-de-France, including 21 in Paris.
According to the latest report - Monday October 19, 2020:
Coronavirus: the derogatory trip certificate for curfew is available
In his October 14, 2020's televised address, Emmanuel Macron announced the implementation of a curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Starting this Saturday October 17 at midnight in Île-de-France and 8 cities in France, derogatory trip certificates are yet possible. Starting Saturday, nighttime trips will have to be justified in the concerned areas with the return of the derogatory trip certificates to print out or download. Here is where you can find curfew certificates.
Coronavirus in Paris-île-de-France: only 3.6% of cases are related to clusters
How is the cluster situation in Ile-de-France? As of October 15, 2020, the Parisian region totaled 49 extra clusters. 624 clusters have been reported in the region since May 8, 2020, including 157 active clusters. To keep tracking the number of clusters in Île-de-France, keep reading.
Coronavirus: what you should retain from Olivier Véran’s latest press conference
This Thursday October 8, 2020 at 6 p.m., Olivier Véran once again addressed the evolution of the coronavirus epidemic in France. Two days after implementing new restrictions in Paris and the inner suburbs of Paris, four other big cities have been subjected to new restrictions. Lille, Lyon, Saint-Etienne and Grenoble are on maximum alert starting Saturday.
France Covid map, October 19: the country on health emergency, 9 cities under curfew
We keep on monitoring data as for the coronavirus situation in France closely. More and more departments are once again vigilance areas because of the virus being highly active. This Monday October 19, 2020, 88 departments are highly vulnerable. The entire country is on health emergency. Paris and Île-de-France, as well as 8 cities are on curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Coronavirus in France, the situation on Tuesday October 20
Discover the situation in France as for the Covid-19 epidemic on Tuesday October 20, 2020. Where is the Covid-19 epidemic at in France? According to the latest report, 146 people have died at the hospital and nursing homes in 24 hours, and over 13,242 new cases. In France, the epidemic exceeds the maximum alert threshold and new restrictions are to be announced. Discover the latest measures implemented, the news as for the reopenings and cancelations, breakthroughs on cures and the latest data and reports.
What to do this week - October 19 to 25, 2020
What can we do this week, October 19 to 25, 2020? Do not miss the Last Sentinels at the Atelier des Lumières, and many other outings such as exhibitions, movies, bars and restaurants, as well as good deals. But if you rather stay home, we also have got you covered: visit museums virtually, enjoy free shows on line. Whether you stay home or are out and about in Paris, keep this in mind: coronavirus is still out there, please uphold barrier gestures to protect yourself and people around you.
This weekend October 23, 24 and 25, 2020 in Paris
What can we do this weekend in Paris and Ile-de-France on October 23, 24 and 25, 2020? Fall break, light festival, as well as exhibitions, restaurants, and strolls in town and around, while keeping health instructions up. Or you can enjoy things to do at home! It is up to you to find out how you will stay busy this weekend, October 23, 24 and 25, 2020 in Paris and Ile-de-France.
Coronavirus: Brigitte Macron contact case, she goes into self-isolation for 7 days
France’s First Lady is officially declared contact case on Monday October 19, 2020. French President’s wife will go into self-isolation for a week, as recommended by the health protocol.
Coronavirus can survive on skin for 9 hours
A Japanese study shows coronavirus might survive on skin for 9 hours, that is to say 5 times longer than the flu virus. Searchers remind how vital it is to wash your hands regularly and to keep applying barrier gestures in order to limit the spread of Covid-19.
Coronavirus: weddings, student parties, private celebrations banned in France
As France is hit by a second coronavirus epidemic wave, health emergency is onw again. Among the new measures implemented is the ban of private gatherings in places receiving public in France. Weddings, family reunions, birthday parties, charity events... Here is more on the matter.
Curfew: French mostly approve Emmanuel Macron’s decision, a survey says
A survey carried out for Franceinfo and Le Figaro says 64% of the French are for the implementation of the curfew announced on Wednesday October 14, 2020 by President Macron. About 71% of the surveyed think the restrictions are not respected enough by citizens.
Coronavirus: is it possible to take the train or a plane in the evening during curfew?
As the nighttime curfew starts this Saturday in Île-de-France and eight other cities in France, many people are wondering if they can take transport. As Fall break starts this weekend, is it possible to take the train or a plane in the evening during curfew? Here is the answer.
Coronavirus: transport, outings, leisure… our advice to avoid crowded places in Paris
We were dreading it and here it is: the second coronavirus epidemic wave is hitting France. As Paris is on maximum alert, some may fear public transit be crowded and so will other places. Here a few tips and tricks to avoid them.
Coronavirus: Macron recommends to open your windows to fight against the virus
To fight against coronavirus, it is vital to air and open windows. After the call launched by doctors, Macron reminded this simple gesture. Ten minutes, three times a day are enough to cleanse the air and lower the risk of falling sick to coronavirus, even though temperatures are dropping.
Coronavirus: a curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. in Paris and Ile-de-France from Saturday October 17
As the coronavirus epidemic is growing exponentially in France, on October 14, Emmanuel Macron announced curfew will be set in Paris and Ile-de-France from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. starting Saturday October 17 at midnight. Curfew will be on for at least 4 weeks.
Coronavirus: curfew, facemask-wearing, fine in the event of an offence
In France, as the coronavirus epidemic is escalating, new restrictions are implemented, including a curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., and facemask wearing depending on areas. What sanctions are to be expected in the event of an offence?
Coronavirus: rule of 6, public or private gatherings: what is banned?
In his address on October 14, 2020, Emmanuel Macron has mentioned the "rule of 6" to apply for private gatherings in order to curb the coronavirus epidemic. what is it about exactly?
Coronavirus: when will the epidemic end? "We are going to have to deal with the virus until at least 2021" Macron says
As the coronavirus epidemic is still striking the world, many people are wondering when the health crisis will end. When will the pandemic end and on what conditions? Vaccine, herd immunity, and test generalization, here is what to know about forecasts and ongoing researches.
Coronavirus: the French Senate passes a measure to reopen bars and nightclubs
In the night from Tuesday October 13 to Wednesday 14, 2020, Senators voted for a measure against the bill aiming at extending the transitional arrangement set at the end of the health emergency allowing the executive to constrain private and public liberties as part of the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic for five months. The Senate agrees wholeheartedly with bars and nightclubs and wishes to limit the closure of establishments receiving public. An amendment that still has to be approved by MEPs, mostly from LREM party.
Coronavirus: is curfew really an effective measure against the spread of Covid-19?
As the Covid-19 epidemic is gaining ground in Île-de-France, Emmanuel Macron is about to announce, this Wednesday October 14, a curfew to curb the spread. A surprising initiative sparking a lot of despair, but which has yet already been implemented in French Guiana. How effective is this measure, then?
Coronavirus The 2021 International Agricultural Show in Paris is cancelled
Because of the coronavirus crisis, the 2021 edition of the International Agricultural show - initially planned from February 27 to March 7, 2021 at Paris Parc des Expos POrte de Versailles - is cancelled. the International Agricultural show is therefore postponed to 2022.
Coronavirus: a vaccine for mid-2021, Sanofi France CEO says
Sanofi France CEO Olivier Bogillot told Francetvinfo his vaccine will be available for mid-2021, might results of the 3rd phase of the clinical trial are conclusive. A promise the French pharmaceutical group already formulated in June 2020, promising up to one billon dose per year.
Coronavirus: can you catch the virus outdoors?
Facing the threat of Covid-19, we know we have to avoid closed spaces and indoors. Yet, some experts think there is still a risk outdoors, even though knowledge on the spread of the virus outdoors remains limited.
Coronavirus and second wave: "we are heading towards local lockdowns" Jean-François Mattéi says
Another lockdown considered to fight against the second coronavirus wave? An eventuality considered by National Academy of Medicine president Jean-François Mattéi, interviewed by FrancetvInfo. A local lockdown, already considered several times by Jean Castex and the Elysée. A re-containment plan does exist today including local actions that could be implemented if need be.
Coronavirus: the incidence rate has moved higher in the young people in Île-de-France, the ARS says
This Monday October 12, Île-de-France Regional Health Agency (ARS) director warns against a very preoccupying increase of positive cases in people under 30. An incidence rate especially high, including 800 positive cases for 100,000 inhabitants.
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