France had 23,292 more COVID-19 cases and 649 more deaths in last 24 hours

Reuters | Updated: 23-01-2021 00:41 IST | Created: 23-01-2021 00:41 IST
France had 23,292 more COVID-19 cases and 649 more deaths in last 24 hours

France registered a further 23,292 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 649 more deaths from the virus in the last 24 hours, according to data from the country's health ministry on Friday.

France's overall COVID-19 death toll stands at 72,647 - the seventh biggest COVID-19 death toll in the world.

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