France reports highest daily coronavirus spike since epidemic onset, India has seen record growth

An increase in coronovirus cases in hotspots around the world has led health experts to warn that restrictions should be strictly followed to avoid a return to national lockdown.

In France, health officials reported the highest daily increase of infections since the epidemic began in mid-February.

A total of 10,561 new COVID-19 infections were recorded on Saturday, marking the first time the country topped 10,000 new cases in a single day.

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On Sunday, a group of doctors in Le Journal de Dimanche wrote, “After the joy of this summer’s reunion, it’s time for caution in the private world.” “The smaller a room is, the more people are involved in it, the less ventilated it is, the more you increase the risks.”

France has seen a sharp increase in new cases in recent weeks and a steady increase in hospitalizations, now reaching over 5,000 including 615 people in the ICU. (AP Photo / Francois Mori)

The French government is trying to avoid a repeat of a stringent nationwide lockdown.

On Saturday, 2,432 people were hospitalized, with 417 receiving intensive care. Another 17 people died, with 30,903 dead in France. The country is the second hardest hit in Western Europe, with more than 400,000 confirmed infections.

France’s death toll is the seventh worldwide.

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In the United Kingdom, a government advisor told Sky News that people face another national lockout “in short order” until they comply with the new COVID-19 restrictions.

People sing and dance as a street performer in Leicester Square on Saturday 12 September 2020 in London's West End.  People have been warned against being one. "Party weekend" UK as former Chief Scientific Advisor has stated "On the edge of losing control" Of coronavirus.  The public has been requested to take action "In tune" Earlier with Kovid-19 Guidelines "Rule of six" The restrictions come into effect from Monday.  (Dominic Lipinski / PA via AP)

People sing and dance as a street performer at Leicester Square in London’s West End on Saturday 12 September 2020. People have been warned about “party weekends” as a former chief scientific adviser said the UK is “on the edge of losing control” coronoviruses. The public has been urged that the “six rules” come into force on Monday Work “in tune” with Kovid-19 guidelines before sanctions. (Dominic Lipinski / PA via AP)

Peter Openshaw, a professor of experimental medicine at Imperial College London, said on Sunday that the public should “act swiftly” to stop the spread of the virus.

“I think everyone is in agreement that we really need to act very fast to prevent it from growing fast, and … we must act fast because this type of thing is under control It is very difficult to bring if you delay even for a few days, ”he said. This is going to be quite dangerous especially at the moment. ”

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Elsewhere, COVID-19 infection continues, especially in India, where infections are growing rapidly anywhere in the world.

The nation’s Ministry of Health reported a one-day spike of 94,372 new cases on Sunday, leaving the total behind only the United States at 4.75 million.

A health worker takes a nasal swab sample to test COVID-19 on Sunday, September 13, 2020 in Hyderabad, India.  India's coronavirus cases are now second in the world and second only to the United States.  (AP Photo / Mahesh Kumar A.)

A health worker takes a nasal swab sample to test COVID-19 on Sunday, September 13, 2020 in Hyderabad, India. India’s coronavirus cases are now second in the world and second only to the United States. (AP Photo / Mahesh Kumar A.)

Indian health authorities have also reported 1,114 deaths in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll to 78,586. Officials said that the country is now testing more than 1 million people every day.

Despite reported spikes around the world, there are few nuggets of positive news.

In South Korea, authorities plan to ease stringent social discrimination rules due to the dwindling number of infections in the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area.

Health Minister Park Neung-hoo said that more and more Seoul area recorded 80 to 110 new cases each day last week, down from 110-190 the previous week.

The use of public sports facilities has been banned in a park in Goyang, South Korea, amid social security rules on Sunday.  September 13, 2020.  (AP Photo / Ego Young-joon)

The use of public sports facilities is banned in a park in Goyang, South Korea on Sunday, September 13, 2020. (AP Photo / Ego Young-joon)

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Meanwhile, domestic air travel to Wuhan, the epicenter of the epidemic, has returned to pre-epidemic levels.

The virus was first detected at the end of last year in Wuhan and the city had a 76-day lockout as its hospitals struggled to cope with the tidal wave of cases for which the region’s hospitals were increasingly Construction was required from.

Since reopening in early April, life has slowly returned to normal and the number of domestic flights serving the city, as well as the number of passengers, have both fully recovered, Wuhan Tianhe International Airport According to the operator of.

Elsewhere, Antarctica is still free of COVID-19. About 1,000 scientists have winterized the ice and are getting a glimpse of the sun for the first time in months. Now the task is ensuring that incoming allies do not bring viruses.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.