COVID-19 in France: more than 30,000 cases in 24 hours

Paris | The number of new cases of COVID-19 contamination in 24 hours has exceeded 30,000 in France, for the first time since the launch of large-scale tests, according to figures from Public Health France released Thursday.

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The number of confirmed cases stands at 30,621, specifies the site of the health agency. The death toll from the disease stands at 88 for the day, bringing the total death toll to 33,125 since the start of the epidemic.

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