France reported on Sunday that nearly 4,900 new cases of new coronary pneumonia were confirmed, setting a new record in a single day since the lockdown was lifted in May. Among them, the famous celestial resort on the Mediterranean coast in Cap d’Adge (Cap d’Adge) exploded, and at least 100 tourists tested positive for the virus.
The number of newly diagnosed cases in France reached 4,897 in a single day, a sharp increase of more than 1,000 from the 3602 cases last Saturday. The situation is worrying. In France, a total of about 242,900 people have been infected, and more than 30,000 people have died. French Minister of Health Véran warned that the current epidemic is dangerous, and the confirmed cases are basically people aged 20 to 40 who attended the party. He also pointed out that the number of elderly cases has also started to increase, but he ruled out the possibility of another complete lockdown in France.
In addition, in the famous French celestial resort of Cape Adelaide, about 100 people were infected with the disease, and 38 people and 57 people tested positive on Monday and Wednesday respectively. Among them, the number of people infected on the celestial beach was four times higher than that in the celestial village. Another 50 tourists were diagnosed after returning home, and more test results will be released this week, and the number of confirmed diagnoses is expected to rise further.
In Italy, the number of newly diagnosed cases in a single day has also jumped to 1,210, and the number of cases in a single day has almost doubled in the past five days. In addition, 7 more people died from the epidemic; since the outbreak, more than 35,000 people have died. The authorities pointed out that the rise in confirmed cases is closely related to the tourist and summer vacation crowds. Although the number of new cases in Italy continues to increase, the Minister of Health Speranza ruled out the implementation of a complete blockade again.