France's death toll rose by less than a 100 for the sixth day, despite nursing home data being included again, raising hopes that the worst of the pandemic is over for the country.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is due on Thursday to detail new steps to lift the lockdown, which could entail the reopening of bars and restaurants in some parts of France, which has now reported 28,530 coronavirus deaths, the world's fourth highest.
The French health ministry said that the number of fatalities had risen by 83, or 0.3 percent, in hospitals, to 18,195. But it lowered the toll in nursing homes to 10,335, 10 fewer than when it was last published, after a technical revision.
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