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The situation in France deteriorated very quickly, Italy entered a dangerous period

The situation in France deteriorated very quickly, Italy entered a dangerous period 0

The situation in France deteriorated very quickly, Italy entered a dangerous period

(Dan Tri) – The Covid-19 epidemic in Europe is having complicated developments with the number of infections increasing rapidly and the health system being overloaded.

The number of Covid-19 cases in France is increasing rapidly.

Situation in France `deteriorating very quickly`

AFP news agency quoted French Health Minister Jerome Salomon as saying today, March 16, that the situation of the Covid-19 pneumonia epidemic in this country is `very worrying` and `deteriorating very quickly`.

`Every three days the number of cases doubles,` Minister Salomon said, adding that the number of severe cases and cases requiring intensive treatment in France has reached hundreds.

Mr. Salomon recommended that with the current complicated epidemic developments, people should stay at home, limit going out, and avoid large gatherings. The above warnings are given in the context that the French government is considering strengthening

French media said that the government will announce epidemic prevention measures and a nationwide curfew like Italy and Spain starting this week.

“We found that the initial measures implemented were not appropriate.

To prevent the epidemic from spreading, France has requested the closure of restaurants, bars, schools as well as stopping non-essential business activities, limiting people from traveling long distances.

Italy `enters a dangerous phase`

The situation in France deteriorated very quickly, Italy entered a dangerous period

Doctor in the epidemic area of Lombardy, Italy.

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte today warned that Italy is entering the `most dangerous weeks` of the Covid-19 epidemic and urged Europe to coordinate its response to the epidemic.

“Europe needs to coordinate both health and economic measures.

Italy is currently home to the strongest Covid-19 outbreak in the world.

Prime Minister Conte’s government last week imposed a lockdown on the entire country of more than 60 million people, requiring the closure of restaurants, bars, schools, and public places and advising people to stay indoors.

The current concern in Italy is that hospitals in the more affluent northern epidemic areas have fallen into overload.

Minh PhuongAccording to AFP, The Local

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