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Covid-19 in Nice, fatal fire in Carnac, PPDA: midday update – Brittany



In Carnac, an apartment fire kills one

(Bernard Culoto)

At around 1 a.m., a fire broke out at 5, impasse des Souchets, in Carnac (56). A fire that took place in one of the four apartments of a house converted into a small collective. This apartment was occupied by two people: a woman, who was transported to the Center hospitalier Bretagne-Atlantique, in Vannes, after inhaling fumes, and a man who died. A third person had to be relocated. An investigation is underway. [Plus d’infos ici]


Covid-19: “Additional measures” planned in Nice by the end of the weekend

“I am afraid that additional measures should be taken”: on a visit to Nice, Olivier Véran, Minister of Health, did not exclude an advancement of the curfew, or even a re-containment for the department. A decision will be made by the end of the weekend. Because, in this territory, “500 people fall ill every day”. [Suivez notre direct]


Vaccine: more than 200 million doses administered worldwide, 45% in G7 countries

More than 200 million doses of the anti-covid vaccine have been administered in at least 107 countries or territories, according to a count by AFP. 45% of the injections were carried out in the G7 countries, whose members took, this Friday, commitments in favor of a better distribution of doses with poor countries. [Suivez notre direct]


Accused of rape, PPDA strikes back on Facebook

In a text published on his Facebook page, Patrick Poivre d’Arvor denies “any form of influence or constraint” vis-à-vis Florence Porcel who accuses him of rape and says he is “rebellious”. “The writings of Florence Porcel that I have kept, for the most part subsequent to her accusations, will amply prove it”, added the former presenter of the 8 pm newscast on TF1. [Plus d’infos ici]


Osaka wins Australian Open, his 4th Grand Slam title

Covid-19 in Nice, fatal fire in Carnac, PPDA: midday update – Brittany
(AFP)

3rd player in the world, Naomi Osaka won the Australian Open by beating American Jennifer Brady (24th) in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3, thus winning at 23 years old a 4th Grand Slam title in as many finals. After a small slump in the second part of the first heat, the Japanese stifled the resistance of Jennifer Brady. The former world No. 1, also winner of the US Open 2018 and 2020, as well as the Australian Open 2019, will regain second place on Monday, while the American will climb to 13th place, her best ranking. [Plus d’infos ici]

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