How many people does France have in intensive care every day? How many deaths in hospital since the start of the epidemic? Which regions are most affected? Update on the coronavirus epidemic with figures from Public Health France.
Number of people in intensive care per day
As of Friday July 22, France has 1,304 people in critical care for Covid-19. This indicator peaked on April 8, 2020 with 7,019 people in intensive care.
Deaths in hospital
This Friday, July 22, 104 patients died of Covid-19. No less than 122,372 deaths have been recorded since the start of the pandemic.
Please note that the data presented here only takes into account deaths linked to Covid-19 that took place in hospital. Victims in medico-social establishments, including nursing homes, and those who died at home are to be added to the balance sheet.
By studying the mortality data by sex, we can see that men are much more affected by the coronavirus than women.
MOST AFFECTED REGIONS
By taking the figures for the number of deaths and adding the distribution by region, we can see an inequality between the territories.
Note the following distribution in the Overseas Territories: Mayotte deplores 162 deaths since the start of the pandemic, Guyana 397, Martinique 1,008, Reunion 855 and Guadeloupe 1,068.
This Friday, July 22, 1,549 people returned home cured of the coronavirus, or at least considered out of danger, after being treated at the hospital. A total of 703,194 people treated for Covid-19 have left hospital since the start of the epidemic.