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⇒ 8:00 p.m .: See you tomorrow!

Thank you for watching this live. We are closing it with this handy file on the coronavirus, which may answer some of your questions.

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⇒ 7:35 p.m .: [BILAN DANS LE MONDE]

♦ 256,296 cases of infection, including 11,015 deaths, have been detected in 163 countries and territories. China, the cradle of the epidemic, has 80,976 cases, of which 3,248 have died. Italy, the country hardest hit in number of deaths (4,032), 47,021 cases in all.

♦ The United States gradually enter the containment (California, New York). But also the Tunisia, part of germany (Bavaria).

♦ In Spain, more than 1,000 people infected were killed.

The United Kingdom ordered the closing of pubs, restaurants, cinemas, gyms and theaters. Covid-19 killed 167 people there.

⇒ [BILAN EN FRANCE]

♦ “Dyears 30 or 40 days, when the containment begins to be loosened, it will be necessary (…) massively test the population “Says Jean-François Delfraissy, president of the Scientific Committee on the coronavirus, in an interview with The cross.

450 deaths and 5,226 cases of infection have been recorded in the territory since the start of the crisis.

Containment could indeed be extended, warned the government.

♦ A bill could authorize companies to automatically fix part of paid leave during the confinement period.

⇒ 7:00 p.m .: [PRISON] Fighting the spread of the virus

The Ministry of Justice now limits new admissions to prison. Reducing prison overcrowding would reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19, insist prison staff, associations, and magistrates, who propose several measures.

→ READ. Coronavirus: towards decongestion of French prisons

256,296 cases of infection, including 11,015 deaths, have been detected in 163 countries and territories. China, the cradle of the epidemic, has 80,976 cases, of which 3,248 have died. Italy, the country hardest hit in number of deaths (4,032), 47,021 cases in all.

⇒ 6.35 p.m .: [ESPAGNE] The country is preparing for the worst

Spain has surpassed the 1,000 death mark, and the numbers of confirmed cases continue to rise as the country continues to test. “At the national level we have 19,980 cases (…), that is an increase of 16.5% “ in 24 hours, said the director of the health alert center Fernando Simon. “It is very likely that (the numbers) underestimate the total transmission”, given “Laboratory overload”, he recognized.

While some hospitals are already overwhelmed, Madrid, the most affected region (it accounts for 36% of the total of the cases and 628 deaths), announced the installation 5,500 beds in the Trade Fair pavilions now unused.

⇒ 6:20 p.m .: [ROYAUME-UNI] Pubs, restaurants, cinemas and theaters closed across the Channel

The British government orders the closing of pubs, restaurants, cinemas, gyms and theaters, stepping up measures to combat the spread of Covid-19.

“We tell cafes, bars and restaurants to close tonight as soon as they can reasonably be done and not to open tomorrow”said Premier Boris Johnson at a press conference, adding that he would “Nightclubs, theaters, cinemas, gyms and leisure centers”.

⇒ 6:05 p.m .: [ITALIE] Over 4,000 dead on the peninsula

The coronavirus pandemic killed 627 people in Italy in the last 24 hours, a new record which brings the total balance beyond 4,000 dead in this most affected country in the world.

It’s still the Milan area, lombardy, where hospitals are overwhelmed, which pay the heaviest price, with an additional 381 deaths (2,549 in total). In the country, nearly 6,000 additional cases have been detected, again a figure never reached before.

⇒ 5:50 p.m .: [CONFINEMENT] Towards a curfew in Nice

A curfew will be imposed in the next few days in Nice as part of measures to combat the spread of Covid-19, according to the entourage of mayor LR Christian Estrosi, who is still working on the municipal by-law which will define the measure precisely.

“This decree will obviously have exceptions for all those who are obliged to work”, according to the same source contacted by AFP.

⇒ 5:50 p.m .: [LOISIRS] Activities to keep children occupied

Cooking recipes in English, skillfully concocted playlists, coloring pages of Little Brown Bear and Samsam or body awakening sessions for toddlers … The cross its associated to all Bayard and Milan youth magazines press to propose every day on his website activities intended for children and adolescents of all ages.

TO FIND HERE ↓

⇒ 5:20 p.m .: [DROIT] Unilateral modification of leave taken made possible

Article 7 of the health emergency bill presented in the Council of Ministers on March 17, voted in the Senate on March 19 and discussed in the Assembly on Friday, empowers the government to “Allow any employer to unilaterally impose or modify the dates for taking part of the paid holidays, days of reduction in working hours and rest days allocated to the employee’s time savings account”.

The government could therefore, by prescription, allow companies to fix part of paid leave during the confinement period.

→ EXPLANATION. Employers can unilaterally change vacation dates

⇒ 5:10 p.m .: [ÉTATS-UNIS] New York confines itself

The governor of New York State Andrew Cuomo decreescessation of all non-essential activities and the prohibition of all gatherings, to deal with the pandemic.

These measures are similar to those announced last night by the Governor of California, who placed the entire state in containment.

⇒ 5:00 p.m .: [SCIENCE] The sea worm, a hope for the sick?

And if one oxygen-carrying molecule extracted from the sea worm called arenicole, could come to the aid of thousands of patients currently in intensive care or waiting for artificial respirators ? This is the proposal made to the government by a team of French doctors and biologists.

→ READ. Coronavirus: a super-oxygenating molecule to save patients in intensive care?

⇒ 4:40 p.m .: [TUNISIE] Tunisian President announces general containment of the country

The National Security Council meeting in Carthage under the presidency of the head of state Kaïs Saïed, decided to impose on the population a total containment.

During the day, everyone should stay at home, and only go out in cases “Of utmost necessity”, the president said in a TV address. Travel from one region to another is also prohibited except “Legitimate reason”.

The hypermarkets will be closed but the shops and local shops will be supplied, he said. The president also decreed the closure of industrial spaces where a significant number of employees work.

Tunisia, which has already closed its maritime, land and air borders, has been under curfew from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. local time since Wednesday. The effective date and duration of containment should be announced in the evening

4.30 p.m. : [TÉMOIGNAGE] “Students are reactive, to see if it will continue”, an English teacher tells about the difficult working conditions

Argitxu Gascué teaches English in 4 middle and high school classes. Confined, like her students, the Basque professor does not fool against ” bad ” tools made available by the National Education system which prevent it from working properly.

“I take 5 to 10 minutes to upload a single file to the platform SchoolDirect. It’s a disaster, I spend my day waiting. The ministry tells us to find alternative solutions, but I’m not going to send my students to school to get handouts, it’s health first. “

So she adapts. “We use parallel tools. For my part, I created a virtual class on Slack – for my high school students – in order to exchange instantly and allow them to ask me questions. We limit the breakage by doing DIY. But some of my students have no computer or cannot concentrate, others have parents who cannot help them. The teachers are listening and adapting on a case-by-case basis. “

It’s not easy, but it works: “After a week, the students are reactive, to see if it will continue over time. “ Argitxu Gascué is delighted to be able to keep almost all of its students on deck. “If we can do it, it is not thanks to the outdated Ministry of Education but thanks to the teaching teams of the different establishments. “

4:20 p.m. : [RELIGION] Collective absolution, “votum sacramenti” … When priests adapt

How to bring the sacraments to the patients of the coronavirus, when it is sometimes forbidden for priests to approach them because of their contagiousness? What about confession if it is not possible for a penitent to gain access to a priest?

→ EXPLANATION. The sacraments adapt to the contagiousness of the Covid-19

4:10 p.m. : [ENSEIGNEMENT] Launch of a digital platform for students

The Unef student union, the UNL high school student organization, the FCPE parents’ federation of parents and the association “High School-Solidarity University Gateway” (More) are launching today a digital platform to answer questions from high school students, as well as their parents. It aims to “Provide detailed and up-to-date information so that young people can know their rights in terms of exams, validation or even internships” specifies the press release of the organizations.

In parallel is launched a Telegram loop (called “Educonfinée”) to relay to young people all the information available to organizations. They also promise responses by email (to [email protected]) and by phone.

3:50 p.m. : [SOCIAL] Easier payment of several social benefits

The social Security benefits requiring regular resource declarations will be paid automatically to beneficiaries “Incapacitated” to update their situation because of the coronavirus epidemic, the government announced.

The services concerned are the active solidarity income (RSA), the solidarity income (RSO) in overseas, the disabled adult allowance (AAH), the disabled child education allowance (AEEH), and all social assistance paid under means test by CAF. Housing aid will be automatically maintained, it is added.

The government nonetheless calls on all who can to “Make a quarterly declaration of resources online now or soon”.

3:35 p.m. : [MUSIQUE] M’s concert live on Facebook tonight

Matthieu Chedid announced that he will give a live concert from his living room this evening at 9 p.m., it will be visible on Facebook.

Several singers and confined musicians – Jean-Louis Aubert, the Grande Sophie, Bob Sinclar… – have been doing like him for a few days, to the delight of the fans.

→ READ. Singers’ initiatives against isolation

3:25 p.m. : [PARIS] Closure of the waterways on the banks, the Invalides and the Champ-de-Mars

The mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo and the prefect of police Didier Lallement announce theprohibition of any movement and gathering on the pathways on the banks, the lawns ofEsplanade des invalides and Champ-de-Mars, from Friday and for the weekend.

Local residents, people working in the sector or deliverers, will be able to waive the ban with the necessary supporting documents, they said in a joint statement. On the lawns of the Esplanade des Invalides, residents will not benefit from any exemption.

3:15 p.m. : [JUSTICE] First police custody for offenses on masks in Paris

Two suspects were in jail Friday mid-day for not respecting the government decree on the requisition of protective masks. The first police custody concerns a person in charge of the logistics of a parapharmacy of the XVIe Paris district for “Refusal to submit to a requisition from the administrative authority in the event of a serious health threat; the second was ordered after the discovery of protective masks and hydroalcoholic gels in a travel agency.

“I would like to say to pharmacists and drugstore managers that we will be extremely vigilant and that there will be prosecution after the checks. The prosecution will be very firm because such behavior is unacceptable “, said Paris prosecutor Rémy Heitz.

For the moment, four investigations have been opened in Paris after controls which notably targeted pharmacies and drugstores.

3:05 p.m. : [ITALIE] Towards a ban on outdoor activities

The Italian government plans to new restrictive measures that could be adopted quickly. “In the next 24 to 48 hours, new restrictions are possible”, announces the Minister for Regional Affairs Francesco Boccia, referring, among other things, to the possibility to suspend outdoor activities.

“Running on the street is a way to escape civic duties and poses a later risk. No to jogging, even alone : it’s a way to expose yourself and society to contagion “, said Maurizio Casasco, president of the European and Italian Federations of Sports Doctors, on a daily basis Corriere della Sera.

The governors of the northern regions, the richest in Italy and the most affected by the epidemic with around 3,000 dead, are calling for even more closings of activities and the deployment of the army to enforce these measures.

⇒ 2:40 p.m .: [EXCLUSIF] Massive tests at the end of containment

On the medical level, we are going to know something comparable to the practice of war medicine “Says Jean-François Delfraissy, president of the Scientific Committee on the coronavirus. In an interview with The cross, the former president of the National Consultative Ethics Committee advocates massive testing after confinement in France. For him, the latter may begin to be ” loose In 30 or 40 days.

→ READ HIS INTERVIEW

⇒ 2:35 p.m .: [ÉTATS-UNIS] Hanging visas

The United States has suspended the issuance of all regular visas to all countries of the world in the face of the health crisis caused by the Covid-19, the US Department of State announced. “As far as possible, embassies and consulates will continue to issue emergency visas”, he said on Twitter.

⇒ 2:00 p.m. : [CULTURE] Ldistressed intermittent workers

Overnight, all concerts, filming and shows were interrupted. Like others, Julie, make-up artist, counted on her March contracts to reach this quota … Discover des testimonials intermittent in our article and their reactions to the measures taken by the government.
→ READ.

1:45 p.m. : [SOLIDARITÉ] Call for donations from the Fondation de France

The Foundation of France launch a exceptional call for donations in favor of carers and the most vulnerable and isolated people, “Especially our elders”, according to a press release.

Donations collected via the Internet (www.fondationdefrance.org) and by mail will be used in priority to respond to caregiver needs, with “The purchase of medical equipment to increase the reception capacity of hospitals across France and the establishment of psychological support cells for carers”, details the first philanthropy network in France.

Priority will also be given to frail people “That the health situation isolates dramatically” such as the elderly, the homeless, people with mental disorders, as well as people usually helped by associations supported by the Foundation.

1:30 p.m. : [SALARIÉS] The right of withdrawal, a complex use in an epidemic situation

Postal workers, as well as Amazon warehouse workers, exercised their right of withdrawal, requiring that they have the equipment they need to protect themselves, such as gloves and masks. But how do you assess the merits of using this right during an epidemic? What are the employer obligations ? What role for the CSE ?

→ INTERVIEW with Maître Thomas Montpellier, lawyer and instructor in labor law

⇒ 1:00 p.m .: [ALLEMAGNE] : Bavaria confines itself

Germany’s largest regional state, Bavaria, becomes the first to declare its population confined to the coronavirus epidemic. “We are going to reduce the whole of public life to almost nothing”, announced the Bavarian head of government, Markus Söder, the measure having to enter into force at 23 hours GMT and to last two weeks at first.

⇒ 12:20 p.m .: [SANTÉ] : Breathing the outside air, does it risk contamination?

A scientist says the virus could stay in the air for three hours. But many specialists explain that this study does not correspond to what is happening in real life, with people affected by the coronavirus.

→ EXPLANATION. Coronavirus: Can we get contaminated by breathing outside air?

⇒ 12:00 p.m .: [RECAP] : The main thing at midday

Covid-19 has killed more than 10,000 people worldwide, and nearly 246,000 cases have been reported.

In Iran, authorities announced on Friday 149 additional deaths, bringing 1,433 the official balance sheet of dead. It’s the third most affected country after Italy (3,405 dead) and the China (3,248).

Spain is also hit hard by the pandemic: on Friday, the 1,000 deaths has been crossed. The country counts “1,002 deaths” and “At the national level we have 19,980 cases, with an increase of 2,833 cases compared to yesterday (Thursday), an increase of 16.5%”, director of the health alert center Fernando Simon said at a press conference.

In Belgium, the number of cases also increased sharply in 24 hours. The country now counts 2,257 confirmed cases.

China has not reported any new local contamination, for the second consecutive day, even though the number of imported cases reached a record (39).

♦ In the United States, 40 million Californians meet up confined.

130 00 French people stranded abroad are waiting to be repatriated.

♦ Government spokeswoman Sibeth Ndiaye said he was “Quite likely” that the confinement period sextended era.

♦ Regarding the situation in the prisons, Nicole Belloubet opens the way to early release of sick detainees and others at the end of their sentence.

♦ Valérie Pécresse claimed the use of municipal police to verbalize violators of containment rules.

The post office will temporarily suspend its activities Saturday, and so close its offices and cancel tours today.

11.45 a.m. : [CHIFFRES] Over 10,000 dead worldwide

New coronavirus pandemic killed more than 10,000 people worldwide including 5,000 in Europe, according to a count made by AFP from official data. At the end of the morning on Friday, a total of 10,316 deaths were recorded, the majority in Europe (5,168) and Asia (3,431).

With 3,405 deaths, Italy is the most affected country ahead of China (3,248), the initial home of the contagion, and Iran (1,433).

11:30 a.m. : [BELGIQUE] 462 new in 24 hours

The Belgium record friday 2,257 confirmed cases Covid-19, against 1,795 identified the day before, and the number of deaths jumped from 21 to 37. Two-thirds of the 462 new cases have been recorded in Flanders, the Dutch-speaking north where the majority of the country’s 11.4 million population lives.

Health authorities had counted 309 new cases of contamination on Thursday.

11.10 a.m. : [CONFINEMENT] The use of municipal police to verbalize in debate

The president of the Ile-de-France region Valérie Pécresse asks the state that the municipal police can also verbalize those who do not respect the confinement instructions.

Asked about the subject, the Minister of the City and Housing Julien Denormandie explained on Sud-radio that it was about “Subjects which can be discussed but which are complicated because there are structures which are defined. It’s not in times of crisis that we have to reinvent structures or power sharing ”.

“But, whether you are a national police force or a municipal police force, what is certain is that everyone is involved in enforcing this confinement”, he added.

10:55 a.m. : [TÉMOIGNAGE] “Confined, my daughter with autism disorders is both happy and worried”

Difficult to confine oneself with severely disabled children. Especially when you have to continue teleworking. Véronique and her husband take care of their daughter Inès, 7, autistic disorders and motor delays. Without care, deprived of academic follow-up, the child needs constant attention.

“Inès comes to say hello to my videoconference manager and often interrupts me. We have to stay present, we warn with my husband when we really need concentration. In this case, the other takes over “, says Veronique.

10:40 a.m. : [LA POSTE] No mail on Saturday

The post office will temporarily suspend its activities Saturday, and so close offices and cancel tours, to relieve its troops stricken by the coronavirus epidemic, the company announced. “The idea is to relieve the postal workers who worked all week. It will give them two days of rest ”said a spokesperson.

10:25 a.m. : [PRISONS] Towards the release of prisoners at the end of their sentence and the sick

Minister of Justice Nicole Belloubet, who has been called for several days to release detainees to avoid a health and safety crisis in prison, paves the way for the early release of sick detainees and others at the end of their sentence.

Under the State of Health Emergency Act, “I am going to work on the one hand on sick prisoners, who have other diseases than the coronavirus, and on the other hand on people who have less than a month of detention to do”, explained the Keeper of the Seals on France TV Info. “We can proceed there with their withdrawal from the establishments”, she added.

To date, only one case of coronavirus has been confirmed among the detainees. He is a 74-year-old man who died on Monday evening. But tensions are increasing in prisons, making fear an Italian scenario, where violent mutinies have killed several people.

→ READ. Coronavirus: Total Isolation Leads To First Incidents In Prison

10 h 10 :[[INITIATIVE] The University of Angers mobilizes student volunteers to lend a helping hand

The University of Angers may be closed, just over 200 students are active to date to support caregivers on the forehead of the coronavirus. As of today, they can register on a “citizen and solidarity platform” to come and look after the children of caregivers at their home. At the same time, 150 medical students were mobilized to support the Angers University Hospital or support the Samu regulatory centers in Angers and Laval (Mayenne).

→ REPORTAGE. In Angers, students mobilized for caregivers

⇒ 9.45 a.m .: [AUMÔNIERS D’HÔPITAUX] “Society now or never needs us”

Prohibition of visits to geriatric wards, limitation to one person per day in others, confinement of volunteers’ homes … The mission of members of hospital chaplains is strongly prevented. Beyond accompanying the sick and dying, the presence of chaplains with bereaved families is also complicated.

And yet, “It is now or never that society needs us”, says Hanitra Ranaisova, chaplain of the Union of Protestant Churches of Alsace-Lorraine in public establishments in Moselle.

⇒ 9.25 a.m .: [RAPATRIEMENT] 130 00 French people stranded abroad

France must organize the return of some 130,000 nationals stranded abroad by the Covid-19 pandemic, considers the French Minister for Foreign Affairs. “The most difficult question is those who are traveling abroad, traveling, generally for holidays and who are now counted, of the order of 130,000 worldwide”, said Jean-Yves Le Drian on France Info.

9:15 a.m. : [GOUVERNEMENT] Extension of containment is “likely”

Government spokeswoman Sibeth Ndiaye says he was “Quite likely” that the confinement period -day test set up in France to curb the spread of coronavirus will be extended. But the implementation of a curfew is not “Not yet planned”, she said on BFMTV and RMC.

Yesterday, the director general of the public health agency France, Geneviève Chêne, had estimated that the extension of the confinement will be “Most likely necessary”. The dynamics of the epidemic “Depend on everyone’s adherence to barrier and containment measures” she said, finding that“Significant braking” of the epidemic should be observable “Within 2 to 4 weeks”. If we look at the example of China, the curve would reverse “Around mid-May / end of May”, she said on France Info.

Emmanuel Macron must chair from 11 a.m. a new Defense Council to the Interior Ministry to take stock of the implementation of the containment measures.

9:00 a.m. : [TÉMOIGNAGE] “I improvised a writing workshop with my grandchildren”

Eager to relieve his children, some of whom are required to telecommute or go to work, Yves posed a challenge to his ten grandchildren: to take turns writing a story.

“I divided my ten grandchildren into two groups, based on age. I started a story. We have drawn the order of passage. And each child takes the story in turn, building on the sentence written before them. Until everyone’s imagination runs out “, he tells us

→ READ. “Families in camera”, episode 2

8:45 a.m. : [ÉTATS-UNIS] 40 million Californians confined

The governor of California decided Thursday evening to place in containment of the entire state and its 40 million inhabitants. The directive, which took effect on Thursday evening, is one of the most stringent measures announced in the United States since the start of the health crisis.

Earlier, the mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, had announced the confinement of all the inhabitants of the city and its region, ordering them to stay at home and abstain from all travel “Not essential”. The only exceptions relate to the provisioning of food or medicines, medical necessities, care of the children or elderly or handicapped, short walks while remaining at a good distance from others, details the city hall of Los Angeles.

The containment directive is expected to back up predictions that more than 25 million Californians (56% of the state’s population) could contract the new coronavirus in the next eight weeks. But weaknesses in the United States’ social safety net could worsen the spread of the coronavirus epidemic in the Golden State.

→ READ. Coronavirus Reignites Universal Health Coverage Debate In California

⇒ 8:30 a.m .: [ÉDITO] « Nous avons oublié que notre monde est fini »

⇒ 8:15 a.m .: [ENTRETIEN] A Lodi, « sur les 300 lits occupés par des malades du coronavirus, 90 % sont sous oxygène »

Présidente de MSF Italie, le docteur Claudia Lodesoni nous livre son témoignage sur la situation à l’hôpital de Lodi, près de Milan, au cœur de la région lombarde, l’une des plus touchées par l’épidémie de l’autre côté des Alpes.

→ READ. Italie : « Notre consommation d’oxygène a augmenté de 800 % »

⇒ 8:00 a.m .: [PORTRAITS] Des soignants « en première ligne »

Chaque semaine, La Croix donne la parole à des soignants directement confrontés à la lutte contre la propagation du coronavirus.

⇒ 7 h 45 : [FRANCE ET MONDE] Les dernières infos

♦ In France, l’Assemblée nationale a voté jeudi 19 mars à l’unanimité le projet de loi de finances rectificative, volet financier des mesures d’urgence, pour faire face à l’épidémie du coronavirus, avant l’examen de ce texte par le Sénat vendredi 20 mars. Le texte anticipe un lourd impact du coronavirus sur l’économie française, avec une récession de 1 % du PIB et un déficit public à hauteur de 3,9 % du PIB en 2020. De son côté, le Sénat a adopté dans la nuit de jeudi à vendredi en première lecture le projet de loi permettant l’instauration d’un état d’urgence sanitaire.

♦ Pour le deuxième jour consécutif, la Chine n’a rapporté vendredi 20 mars aucune nouvelle contamination d’origine locale au coronavirus, même si le nombre de cas importés a atteint un record (39 en 24 heures).

La totalité de la Californie (40 millions d’habitants) a été placée en confinement.

Le président argentin, Alberto Fernandez, a décrété jeudi 19 mars containment « préventif et obligatoire » de la population jusqu’au 31 mars.

L’État de Rio de Janeiro (Brésil) a annoncé qu’il allait fermer à partir de samedi et pour au moins deux semaines ses plages, ses bars et restaurants. Par ailleurs, le Brésil interdit l’entrée aux ressortissants venus d’Europe, d’Australie et de plusieurs pays asiatiques.

♦ Le président américain Donald Trump a annulé le sommet du G7 prévu en juin à Camp David.

♦ L’Spain a ordonné la fermeture de tous les hôtels sur son territoire.

♦ Des multinationales de l’industrie pharmaceutique se sont engagées jeudi à fournir un vaccine contre le Covid-19 « partout dans le monde », dans un délai estimé de 12 à 18 mois.

♦ Premiers cas au Niger and in Haiti.

♦ Premiers morts au Pérou.

L’exécutif américain demande désormais à ses ressortissants de ne se rendre à l’étranger sous aucun prétexte et de rentrer aux États-Unis si possible. The US State Department’s warning reaches the maximum level for any country in the world, an unprecedented measure.

♦ Emmanuel Macron préside vendredi 20 mars à 11 heures au ministère de l’intérieur un nouveau Conseil de défense consacrée à la crise sanitaire.

Le festival du film de Cannes n’aura pas lieu aux dates prévues, en mai (du 12 au 23). Un report est étudié.

7 h 40 : [HUMOUR] Le dessin du jour de Deligne

⇒ 7 h 30 : [RÉSUMÉ] L’essentiel de la journée du 19 mars

Alors que la France a instauré « l’état d’urgence sanitaire » et se prépare à une prolongation du confinement, comme en Italie, l’Allemagne a franchi la barre des 10 000 malades. Le Covid-19 a tué plus de 9 000 personnes dans le monde.

→ REVIVEZ notre suivi en direct de la journée du jeudi 19 mars

Le Covid-19 a tué plus de 9 800 personnes dans le monde et infecté au moins 232 000 personnes dans 158 pays.

La France compte désormais plus de 370 décès et 4 761 personnes hospitalisées. Emmanuel Macron a annoncé 5 milliards d’euros supplémentaires pour la recherche sur 10 ans.

L’Italie devient le pays le plus touché en nombre de morts : le coronavirus a fait 3 405 victimes, plus que la Chine, qui en déplore 3 245.

♦ Plus de 10 000 malades ont été répertoriés en Germany, mais aussi aux United States.

♦ Les États-Unis ont « approuvé » le recours à la chloroquine, un traitement antipaludéen.

♦ Le pape François a suspendu l’activité judiciaire du Vatican le temps de l’épidémie. Presque toutes les audiences des procès en cours sont renvoyées à une date ultérieure au 3 avril.

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Chers lecteurs, bienvenue dans ce direct consacré au suivi de l’actualité liée au confinement en France et au coronavirus dans le monde.
Commençons la journée avec des initiatives positives relayées dans l’article ci-dessous :

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