France's Covid-19 indicators at a two-months high but no lockdown


The Covid death toll was up by 455,and seven-day moving average of daily new cases now stands at 20,515, a high since November 23rd.

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France's main Covid-19 indicators have reached two-month highs on average on Monday (Feb 1) and the country's ski lifts will remain closed throughout February but the government is still hoping to avoid a third national lockdown, reports The Straits Times.