“‘Living with the Covid’ means nothing! »

Will a new wave of Covid-19 sweep over France in the coming weeks? Monday September 19, the Minister of Health, François Braun, estimated on France Inter that it was too early to speak of the eighth wave. Thursday 22, the director general of health, Jérôme Salomon, did not hesitate to say the opposite in the program “Complément d’Enquête” on France 2. New wave or not, contaminations have started to rise again since the start of the school year. school, in all age groups, to reach 30,000 daily cases on average. According to the latest epidemiological point Public Health France (SPF) dated Thursday, the circulation of the virus particularly accelerated between September 12 and 18 with an incidence rate increasing by 57%.

Living with the Covid is therefore still relevant, no offense to the President of the United States, Joe Biden, who affirmed, to everyone’s surprise, on September 18, that “the pandemic was over” – his country still has an average of 400 deaths per day linked to Covid-19. With due respect also to the director of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who announced on September 14 that ” the end [de la pandémie, NDLR] is close at hand ». The European Medicines Agency (EMA) dampened this enthusiasm by recalling that it was still current in Europe.

But what does this expression, “living with the Covid”, really mean, used by Emmanuel Macron from the start?

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