Health care workers treats a patient inside a negative pressure room in a Covid-19 intensive care unit at a hospital in Missouri, US, last week. Photo: Bloomberg Health care workers treats a patient inside a negative pressure room in a Covid-19 intensive care unit at a hospital in Missouri, US, last week. Photo: Bloomberg
Health care workers treats a patient inside a negative pressure room in a Covid-19 intensive care unit at a hospital in Missouri, US, last week. Photo: Bloomberg

Coronavirus: US hospitals sound alarm over Delta surge; France rolls out ‘health pass’ despite protests

  • The number of people hospitalised with Covid-19 in the US has more than tripled over the past month to almost 43,000
  • Elsewhere, France is pressing ahead with its QR code ‘health pass’ plan for transport, cafes; and 551,000 Tunisians received a vaccine dose on Sunday

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Health care workers treats a patient inside a negative pressure room in a Covid-19 intensive care unit at a hospital in Missouri, US, last week. Photo: Bloomberg Health care workers treats a patient inside a negative pressure room in a Covid-19 intensive care unit at a hospital in Missouri, US, last week. Photo: Bloomberg
Health care workers treats a patient inside a negative pressure room in a Covid-19 intensive care unit at a hospital in Missouri, US, last week. Photo: Bloomberg
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