France records over 100,000 new daily Covid-19 cases for the first time


A patient is tested for the novel coronavirus Covid-19 in Paris on December 23, 2021. - The number of daily Covid-19 cases in France is set to exceed 100 000 by the end of December due to the faster-spreading Omicron variant, French Health Minister said.
A patient is tested for the novel coronavirus Covid-19 in Paris on December 23, 2021. – The number of daily Covid-19 cases in France is set to exceed 100 000 by the end of December due to the faster-spreading Omicron variant, French Health Minister said. (Stephane De Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images)

France reported a record-breaking 104,611 Covid-19 cases on Saturday — the highest daily number since the pandemic began and the first-time numbers have broken the 100,000 threshold, according to health ministry data. 

On Friday, the French government announced that President Emmanuel Macron will host a virtual meeting with ministers on Monday to discuss the coronavirus crisis. 



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