The decline continues in the hospital. 1115 patients are treated this Thursday in critical care services, against 1149 the day before. 64 people died of Covid-19 this Thursday, May 19, 16 less than Wednesday, when 80 patients had died from the virus, according to the daily report of the organization Public Health France. Read alsoCovid-19, what you need to know this week: alert on North Korea 17,530 patients are currently hospitalized in France (against 17,883 on Wednesday), including 591 who arrived on Thursday. 1115 patients are treated in critical care units. 24 hours earlier, they were 1149. 27,842 new cases were detected. What to remember from this Thursday The World Health Organization announced Thursday the emergency registration of the anti-Covid Convidecia vaccine from Chinese laboratories CanSino Biologics, at a time when Beijing is fighting against a resurgence of the pandemic. London police have completed their investigation into the Downing Street party scandal despite lockdowns linked to the Covid-19 epidemic, sparing Prime Minister Boris Johnson a new fine. The Valneva laboratory announced on Thursday a new step towards the authorization of its candidate vaccine against Covid-19 by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), prompting a rebound in its stock price. The Franco-Austrian company has indicated that the EMA has accepted the submission of the marketing authorization dossier for its vaccine candidate VLA2001. Finally, North Korea sent three cargo planes this week to China to seek medical supplies there to fight the growing Covid epidemic, according to South Korean media. SEE ALSO – Covid-19: WHO “deeply concerned” about the devastation in North Korea says it is ready to help
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