Covid-19 second wave 'not on horizon' in France

People relaxing on the grass in the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris. Covid-19 second wave “not on horizon” in France
A weekly report from Santé Publique France says although the risk of a second wave of Covid-19 is low, social distancing measures should still be maintained.

A second wave of Covid-19 is unlikely, although the virus is still circulating in France, according to a weekly update from national health body Santé Publique France (SPF).

A second wave of Covid-19 in France is "not on the horizon" in France as there is an “absence of signals suggesting a return of the epidemic", said Santé Publique France in a weekly update released on June 25.

It added that “epidemiological indicators are going down and at very low levels,” in France, even though Covid-19 infections have resurfaced in some areas in Europe.

The update comes as it was ...

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