France Covid-19: “The patients in intensive care, now occupied 57 % of beds in hospital”

FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “France Covid-19: “The patients in intensive care, now occupied 57 % of beds in hospital”” – below is their description.

France’s President Emmanuel Macron was to address the nation Wednesday 28th as the country braces for a possible lockdown to prevent hospitals being overwhelmed. France 24 Philip Turle explains.

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