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Last updated: April 06, 2020, 12:56 GMT


Coronavirus Cases:





Active Cases
Currently Infected Patients
61,740 (90%)
in Mild Condition

6,838 (10%)
Serious or Critical

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Closed Cases
Cases which had an outcome:
16,183 (67%)
Recovered / Discharged

8,078 (33%)

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Total Coronavirus Cases in France

Daily New Cases in France

Active Cases in France

Total Coronavirus Deaths in France

Daily New Deaths in France

Newly Infected vs. Newly Recovered in France

Outcome of Cases (Recovery or Death) in France

Latest Updates

April 5 (GMT)

April 4 (GMT)

  • France: on April 3 the French Government reported 17,827 additional cases and 532 additional deaths from nursing homes that had not been reported previously. On April 2, it had reported 884 additional deaths.

April 3 (GMT)

  • 23060 new cases and 1120 new deaths in France


On April 2, France reported 884 additional deaths that have occurred in nursing homes over the past days and weeks [source]. The French Government did not include these deaths in their official count, as their count only takes into consideration deaths of hospitalized patients. Following international standards of correct inclusion, our statistics will include these deaths, and will add them to the April 2, 2020 count following the attribution criteria of date of report.

If and when the French government determines and communicates the correct distribution of these additional deaths over time, we will adjust the historical data accordingly. A similar issue took place on February 12, when China reported an additional 13,332 new cases in a single day due to a change in how cases were diagnosed and reported in Hubei.

April 2 (GMT)

  • 2116 new cases and 1355 new deaths in France, including 884 fatalities in nursing homes that occurred over a period of several weeks and that were announced only today. NOTE: If and when the French government determines the correct distribution of these additional deaths over time, we will adjust historical data accordingly    [source] [source]

April 1 (GMT)

March 31 (GMT)

March 30 (GMT)


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