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French hospitals battle third wave, number of Covid-19 patients in ICUs below 6,000


France's main Covid-19 indicators all showed some signs of improvement on Tuesday as French President Emmanuel Macron plans to relax restrictions in the next few weeks. French health authorities said the number of Covid-19 patients in intensive care units fell by 58 to 5,943, after the ICU tally set a one-year high of 6,001 on Monday.

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