France Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
189220 (-)

Total Deaths:
29875 (-)

Total Recovered:
76802 (-)

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Trending Coronavirus News in France

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday pushed for an agreement on the multi-billion-euro recovery fund to cope with the economic difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Chancellor Angela Merkel A large part of the fund,
The French government on Friday called on Air France to avoid mandatory layoffs as the airline prepared to announce some 7,500 job cuts to cope with a collapse in travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.
France's foreign minister expressed alarm on Wednesday over the crisis in Lebanon and said social discontent could lead to an escalation in violence.
New York Times7/1/2020
The coronavirus lockdown persuaded retired speech therapist Anne-Marie Arnaud a better future could be had, one with emptier skies, fresher air and quieter streets rid of diesel-belching cars.
Air France wants to cut more than 7,500 job positions between now and 2022, reported BFM TV and Agence France Presse on Wednesday, citing trade union sources.
The number of people who died from coronavirus infection in France rose by 35 to 29,813 over the last three days, health authorities announced Monday and hospitalisations for the disease have followed their long-running downward trend.
New Delhi: As expected, the twin-jet Rafale combat aircraft would be delivered to the Indian Air Force by July end, top defence officials said, adding that France, at the very beginning of the
The Kashmir Monitor6/29/2020
A Green Wave washed over France this weekend as environmental candidates swept to victory in local elections that reflected a groundswell of support even as it muddled President Emmanuel Macron’s reelection bid for 2022.
France will spend an extra 15 billion euros ($16.9 billion) over two years to make its economy greener, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday. Macron was responding to proposals put forward by a Citizens’ Climate Council that he created to help set a new course on France’s ecological agenda.
Metro US6/29/2020
France has recently announced that it does not have information to corroborate a possible link between the origin of the novel coronavirus and the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Khaosod English6/29/2020

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