Here is the live situation in France as of Wednesday March 17, 2021 as for the Covid-19 pandemic. Restrictions, cancelations, schools, aids, and other measures, here are the latest news and the main news to retain.

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Coronavirus in France as of Wednesday 17 March 2021: +241 Covid deaths, and +38,501 new cases Here are the latest data as for the Covid-19 epidemic in France. According to Santé Publique France’s latest data, France reports +241 more deaths in 24h. This Wednesday 17 March 2021, the death toll includes +241 hospital deaths and 0 in nursing homes. +38,501 new cases have been reported in 24h.

Covid: “we’re in a sort of third wave” of the epidemic, Castex warns As Covid-19 variants keep on spreading at top speed in France, this Tuesday March 2, 2021, Prime Minister Jean Castex suggested the country was not close to exiting the crisis. BEfore making decisions “in the coming days”, as confirmed by Emmanuel Macron, the head of government considers we are “in a sort of third wave” of the epidemic at this very moment.

AstraZeneca vaccine: “The benefit risk ration remains positive”, EMA says After the use of AstraZeneca vaccine has been halted in several European countries, including France, because of severe adverse effects past injection, this Tuesday March 16, the European Medicines Agency has released a first assessment stating that so far, the “benefit / risk ratio of the vaccine AstraZeneca remains positive”. A statement likely to be completed with an “extraordinary meeting” this Thursday March 18.

Covid: Self-test kits on sale starting this weekend at Carrefour As the Haute Autorité de Santé has approved marketing issuance of self-test kits to find Covid-19, Carrefour announces the first self-test kits will be available on sale statring this weekend in personal care product aisles of the stores.

Covid: France has approved two monoclonal antibody therapies This Monday March 15, the Agence du Médicament (French Medicines Agency) announced that two monoclonal antibody therapies, namely REGN-COV2 and Eli Lilly laboratory’s therapy based on bamlanivimab and etesevimab were now approved in France.

Covid: what we know about the new “Breton variant” surveilled by authorities Nicknamed “Breton variant”, a new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus mutation has been found in Brittany, as reported this March 15, 2021 by Health General Management. Since then, authorities have decided to list this new variant in the “to be surveilled” category.

Covid: incidence rate over 400 in Île-de-France, lockdown to be instated this week? Despite the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, Île-de-France managed to escape weekend lockdown so far. But as the incidence rate skyrockets over 400 cases for 100,000 inhabitants as of March 15, 2021, Paris and all Île-de-France inhabitants might be placed into new lockdown this week.

Lockdown? “New decisions in the coming days”, Macron warns As France and in particular the area of the capital are faced with surge of Covid-19 epidemic, this Monday March 15, 2021 President Emmanuel Macron spoke about new restrictions made “in a fitted and proportionate fashion” likely to be implemented “in the coming days”.

Covid: Jean Castex sets a criterion to put Île-de-France back into lockdown This Sunday, invited on Twitch by Samuel Etienne, Jean Castex opened up. The Prime Minister explained for instance that Île-de-France was not subject to the same restrictions as Pas-de-Calais and Alpes-Maritimes, because the incidence rate has not reached 400 cases for 100,000 inhabitants.

Covid: France halts AstraZeneca vaccine use Emmanuel Macron has announced France is halting AstraZeneca vaccine use for 24h so that the European Medicines Agency can deliver results of their investigation on side effects reported in other European countries. A statement occuring after Germany declared they were doing so as well.

Covid: the situation in Île-de-France to grow “out of control”, Pr. Bruno Riou says As the health situation in Île-de-France has authorities more and more anxious, AP-HP head of crisis said this Monday on France Inter “the situation is not out of control yet, but will be”.

Covid: the virus mostly circulates in closed places and during meals, a study finds According to Institut Pasteur ComCor study’s updated results, Covid contaminations happen in 80% of cases in closed places without ventilation, and specifically during meals.

Coronavirus in France: “Our efforts begin to pay off” Jérôme Salomon says Is France gaining control over the coronavirus epidemic again? France’s Health director general Jérôme Salomon says so during his press brief held on Tuesday November 17, 2020: “our efforts begin to pay off”.

Coronavirus in the world as of Wednesday 17 March 2021: latest case and death tolls in 24h per country The whole world has been facing the unprecedented coronavirus health crisis almost a year now. 120,486,084 coronavirus cases have been reported and over 2,650,775 people have died of Covid-19 worldwide. Discover the toll in countries and the evolution around the world as of Wednesday 17 March 2021. The number of new cases in 24h skyrockets again in India. The RDC delays vaccination because of doubts about the AstraZeneca vaccine. WHO confirms slight increase in new cases over the world. To face variants, Italy considers another lockdown. Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Ireland halt AstraZeneca vaccine as a precaution.

Coronavirus in Paris and île-de-France as of Wednesday March 17, towards strict lockdown? Discover the latest news regarding the coronavirus pandemic in Paris and Ile-de-France. As of Wednesday March 17, 2021, we have a look on the news in Paris and its surroundings, the restrictions and the evolution of the disease. What is the coronavirus situation like in the Parisian area? We tell you more on the restrictions, supports, and measures implemented in the area.

Coronavirus: alarming Covid symptoms and test The coronavirus epidemic is hitting France, and if you have any doubts about the symptoms of this virus, here is everything you need to know and do in case of contamination if you happen to be in France.

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Covid-19: when can you reunite with family and friends once vaccinated? Vaccination is expected to enable one to meet again with their family and friends without taking the risk of catching Covid-19, but when is one truly protected once vaccinated? From the first injection of the vaccine, three weeks after the first dose? After the second injection? This question is – particularly when if people vaccinated are protected, scientific studies have not enabled yet to answer the question: can one contaminate their relatives once vaccinated? We tell you more on the matter.

New restrictions in Paris and Île-de-France: strict lockdown considered by the government The coronavirus epidemic is escalating in Île-de-France. The entire region has been placed under strengthened surveillance and hospitals are adapting to the increase in admissions in intensive care units. As the regional incidence rate exceeded the threshold of 400 cases for 100,000 inhabitants, the government is to choose between two options: weekend lockdown or strict 24/7 lockdown.

Covid vaccines: side effects reported and listed in France Several months after the injection of the first Covid-19 vaccine doses, the National Medicines Safety Agency delivers a report listing all side effects reported in France.

Covid: towards a new lockdown in Île-de-France? Two options considered by the government As some French are wondering if their country will prevent a third lockdown because of Covid, Prime Minister Jean Castex said the option of a local new lockdown, at least in Île-de-France – the hardest-hit area – was clearly considered now, because of the major deterioration of the Covid-19 epidemic markers over the past days. Two alternatives are on the executive’s agenda: a “tough” 24/7 lockdown including schools open; and a weekend lockdown like in Pas-de-Calais and Alpes-Maritimes.

Covid: EU authorities proposed a “health pass” to make traveling easier this summer European countries are willing to introduce vaccine passports as soon as possible to allow free movement of people given two shots of vaccine. This topic has Europe divided. Yet, the EU authorities hope this “health pass” to be implemented in the EU before the summer.

Covid: Self-test kits on sale starting this weekend at Carrefour As the Haute Autorité de Santé has approved marketing issuance of self-test kits to find Covid-19, Carrefour announces the first self-test kits will be available on sale statring this weekend in personal care product aisles of the stores.

Covid: Roselyne Bachelot announces an extra 20-million-euro help to support culture She promised new “substantial announcements for the cultural sector” this Thursday March 11, 2021: Roselyne Bachelot has just stated that an extra 20-million-euro help will be granted to cultural sectors.

Covid: France to ease travel restrictions off with seven countries starting this Friday As the spread of the Covid-19 keeps on worrying the French health authorities, the French government announced this Thursday March 11 conditions to enter and exit the country were to be made easier for seven non-EU countries including the United Kingdom, Israel and Japan. Starting Friday March 12, epidemic-related restrictions will be eased off for travelers coming from and coming to the country.

Covid: Johnson & Johnson vaccine approved by the French Haute Autorité de Santé A new Covid vaccine now available on the European and French markets! After being approved by the European Medicines agency the day before, this Friday March 12 the Haute Autorité de Santé gives their green light to American laboratory Johnson & Johnson vaccin as they filed on Tuesday February 16 marketing authorization.

Covid: Eli Lilly antibody therapy said to reduce hospitalization risks, a study finds As the race for Covid vaccines and therapies is speeding up all over the world, drugmaker Eli Lilly announced this Wednesday March 10 their antibody therapy mixing Bamlanivimab and Etsesevimab is said to reduced by 87% hospitalization and death risk in the event of severe infection. A combined therapy that received emergency use authorization back to late February from the Food & Drug Administration.

Covid: over 3 million new cases in a week in the world, WHO says Based on data collected over the week, the World Health Organization warns about the increase in Covid-19 positive cases on the global scale. All in all, over 3 million new cases have been reported over the past seven days, namely a 10% increase.

Covid: UK variant 64% more deadly, a study finds According to a new British study released on Wednesday March 10, 2021, in the British Medical Journal, the UK variant is said to be 64% more deadly than classic Covid, therefore ruling in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s statements back to January 22, 2021.

Covid: Does pollution boost the spread of coronavirus? Could Covid-19 spread more in the event of local air pollution? This is the hypothesis raised by several researchers trying to determine the part of fine particles in the spread and transmission of the virus. Let us explain.

Covid: Sanofi’s second vaccine initiate human clinical trial Is Sanofi catching up the race for vaccine? Even though they are still far behind, the French laboratory announced this Friday March 12 they are launching the first human clinical trials of their vaccine developed in partnership with American biotech Translate Bio.

Coronavirus: “The health situation is preoccupying”, Olivier Véran’s statements as of Thursday March 11 This Thursday March 11, at 6 p.m. French Health Minister Olivier Véran delivered a new coronavirus epidemic report, addressing the deteriorating situation in the three hardest-hit regions: Hauts-de-France, Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur and Île-de-France, as well as the impact of variants on the health pressure, the evacuation of Covid patients and the accelerating vaccination campaign. Epidemic markers and hospital pressure keep on worsening and the minister said “we will take all necessary actions to save lives”.

Coronavirus: “Variants have become standard in France”, Olivier Véran says In France, the UK coronavirus variant keeps on spreading in France and even dominates the historic strain. It is now found in almost 60% of coronavirus cases in the country and dominates in 57 mainland departments. According to Health Minister Olivier Véran, “variants have become standard in France”.

Covid: France halts AstraZeneca vaccine use Emmanuel Macron has announced France is halting AstraZeneca vaccine use for 24h so that the European Medicines Agency can deliver results of their investigation on side effects reported in other European countries. A statement occuring after Germany declared they were doing so as well.

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.

Covid: Over 18,000 pharmacies registered to give AstraZeneca vaccine 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.

Covid: 286,000 French vaccinated between March 10 and 11, a record, Olivier Véran finds Faced with the Covid-19 epidemic, vaccination is speeding up in France. During the press brief held on March 11, Health Minister Olivier Véran affirms 286,000 French have been vaccinated these past 24 hours, a record.

Covid vaccine: heading to a manufacturing ingredient shortage? Are raw materials to lack to manufacture Covid vaccines? This is the growing worries shared this Tuesday March 9 by players from the line of business – glass-makers, cap production plants… – explaining some products necessary to the supplier chain are lacking. They called for making marketing procedures easier.

Covid: Molnupiravir, drugmaker Merck’s promising therapy against the virus Good news amid the fight against Covid! Drugmakers Merck and Ridgeback Bio have announced their molnupiravir therapy against the virus led to promising results. The therapy is said to significatively reduced patients’ viral load. A medication given orally and currently completing clinical trials.

Covid: France to call a day in tribute to coronavirus victims? Is France about to call a “day devoted to the memory of those taken” by coronavirus? This is a lead studied by the Elysée palace, according to France 3.

Covid: the government not to consider pending new restrictions According to France Info, the French government is not considering – in the time being – new restrictions, as a new Health Defense Council is to be held this March 10, 2021 at the Elysée Palace.

Covid: “Museums will be some of the first places to reopen”, Gabriel Attal says In an interview with Le Parisien, government spokesman Gabriel Attal said “museums will be some of the first places to reopen”. A month earlier, minister Roselyne Bachelot assured she was working on “reopening museums and monuments as soon as possible”, adding they will be the first cultural places to reopen when the health situation enables it.

Coronavirus: why are there twice as many young hospitalized in intensive care units? As the positive effect of vaccination starts being noticeable in nursing homes, more and more young people are hospitalized in intensive care units. There are even twice as many of them since January 2021. Why?

Covid: restrictions are to be expected in Île-de-France in the coming weeks According to Île-de-France region vice-president Alexandra Dublanche, “restrictions are to be expected in the coming weeks”. This is what she said this March 6, 2021 on France Info as all Île-de-France departments are currently placed into strengthened surveillance.

Local lockdown: 23 departments under surveillance In order to stop the spread of Covid in France, the government seems to go for new but local lockdowns. This Thursday March 4, 23 departments are placed under strengthened surveillance, and Jean Castex asked prefects from the departments in question to reinforce health measure controls, especially for curfew.

Covid in France: vaccination campaign schedule per age range As the fight against Covid goes on in France, the vaccination schedule also changes along with the delivery of vaccine doses in the country, as well as with the approvals granted by the European Medicines Agency. Take a stock on the schedule and key dates of the French vaccination campaign.

New restrictions in Paris and Île-de-France: strict lockdown considered by the government The coronavirus epidemic is escalating in Île-de-France. The entire region has been placed under strengthened surveillance and hospitals are adapting to the increase in admissions in intensive care units. As the regional incidence rate exceeded the threshold of 400 cases for 100,000 inhabitants, the government is to choose between two options: weekend lockdown or strict 24/7 lockdown.

Covid: no nationwide lockdown, the government’s risky health bet? On the night of the latest announcements made by Prime Minister Jean Castex, this Thursday March 4, 2021, the French understood the government keeps 6 p.m. curfew status quo to curb the Covid-19 epidemic in the 23 departments under “strengthened surveillance” – excluding Pas-de-Calais, placed in local lockdown starting this Saturday. Choosing “confidence contract” and speeding the vaccination campaign up is still double-edged: politically effective in the short run, the degradation of the health situation in France might make it risky in the medium or long run. Keep reading to find out more.

Covid: Over 18,000 pharmacies registered to give AstraZeneca vaccine 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.

Covid: some highly visited places soon to be closed at weekend? During the latest press brief, on March 4, Jean Castex said prefects might have to “ban or regulate the access to some highly visited places at weekends, where there are mass gatherings, too often free of masks and distancing”.

Covid: is an epidemic surge from this Fall to be feared? This March 4, 2021, in an opinion column published in Le Monde, epidemiologist Renaud Piarroux and AP-HP’s crisis center director Bruno Riou fear the epidemic to surge again this Fall in the event of “insufficient vaccination coverage”.

Covid: “we’re in a sort of third wave” of the epidemic, Castex warns As Covid-19 variants keep on spreading at top speed in France, this Tuesday March 2, 2021, Prime Minister Jean Castex suggested the country was not close to exiting the crisis. BEfore making decisions “in the coming days”, as confirmed by Emmanuel Macron, the head of government considers we are “in a sort of third wave” of the epidemic at this very moment.

Covid: Macron considers instating a “health pass” for restaurants and cultural places Is France to soon instate a “health pass” for cultural places and restaurants? The idea has been raised by Emmanuel Macron this February 25 during the first day of video-conference with the 27 EU leaders.

Covid: WHO does not recommend hydroxychloroquine as a preventive drug against the disease This Tuesday March 2, WHO announced in a memo released in the British Medical Journal that Hydroxychloroquine was not recommended as a preventive drug against Covid, relying on six randomized clinical trials, results have shown the inefficiency of the product to fight against severe coronavirus. In addition to those studies, a study carried out by Epi-phare, lead to the same conclusion.

2021 Summer Festivals: festivals to be limited to 5,000 seated festivalgoers and in the open air As better days are coming, many people are wondering if this summer’s major festivals will take place as scheduled or not. Following a new meeting with festival promotors, minister of Culture Roselyne Bachelot said open air festivals will only be allowed with maximum 5,000 festivalgoers. Furthermore, festivalgoers will have to be seated. Here is more on the matter.

Covid: when are things to get back to normal in France? The coronavirus epidemic that has changed the world broke out almost a year ago in France. Many French are now exhausted and depressed. When will things go back to normal? When will cultural places reopen? How long are facemasks compulsory for? Keep reading to find out more.

Covid: Coronavirus unlikely to be over by the end of the year, WHO warns As many French people are hoping to get rid of the Covid-19 epidemic as soon as possible and get back to normal life, WHO considers “unrealistic” to “think the pandemic might be stopped by the end of the year”.

AstraZeneca vaccine now approved in France for people aged 65-74 After being recommended this past February 10 by WHO for people aged 65+, AstraZeneca vaccine has also been approved in France for people between the age of 65 and 75. This is what Olivier Véran announced on Monday March 1, 2021 on France 2, during an interview.

Coronavirus: Is it dangerous to vaccinate people who have been already infected by the virus? Is it dangerous to get vaccinated against Covid if you have been infected already? As France is in the middle of the vaccination campaign, this Saturday December 19, 2020 the Haute Autorité de Santé issued a release. It addresses the usefulness issue of having people already infected with coronavirus vaccinated. An issue addressed again this Monday March 1, 2021 by INSERM head of research Béhazine Combadière.

Coronavirus: variants make a big difference in herd immunity The outbreak of variants highly impacts the fight against the coronavirus epidemic, questioning some scientific conclusions. Now, it takes 80% of immunized people to get herd immunity.

Covid: 50,000 daily cases by mid-March in France? Projections from Lille University Hospital The UK Covid variant keeps on spreading across France. According to Scientific Committee member Pr. Fontanet, “if we go on this way” then the UK variant “will become dominant from circa March 1” in the country. Furthermore, hospitals are urged to move to “crisis organization”. Lille University Hospital experts project likely boom in new cases by mid-March for the coming weeks. By March 20, there could be up to 50,000 new PCR+ cases per day.

Lockdown: bookstores now part of necessary stores and places As weekend lockdown is starting in several cities in France, an official decree issued in Journal Officiel says bookstores are now part of necessary stores and places. Therefore, they are allowed to open in places in lockdown.

AstraZeneca vaccine particularly effective in people aged 65+, a Scottish study finds Is AstraZeneca vaccine effective against severe Covid in elderly people? This is what a study carried out by the Edinburgh and Glasgow universities found, only available in preprint and currently studied to be published. If approved by a scientific committee, this observation could be a game changer for the French vaccination strategy.

Local lockdown: trips between regions banned over the weekend The verdict has been given: faced with the threats of variants and the increase in cases, some areas in France are experiencing a new local lockdown over the weekend. It means the French will have to stay home, excluding any derogatory trip. What about trips between regions?

Vaccination, hospitals under pressure: Olivier Véran’s Thursday February 25 update On the occasion of a press brief held this Thursday February 25, French Health Minister Olivier Véran addressed the vaccination situation in France and its evolution.

Covid: EU authorities proposed a “health pass” to make traveling easier this summer European countries are willing to introduce vaccine passports as soon as possible to allow free movement of people given two shots of vaccine. This topic has Europe divided. Yet, the EU authorities hope this “health pass” to be implemented in the EU before the summer.

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