Italy’s 100,000 confirmed cases hit new high… 200,000 units in France for two days in a row
Italy’s number of new COVID-19 cases crossed the 100,000 mark for the first time in history.
Italy’s health authorities said on the 30th local time that the number of confirmed cases per day reached 126,000.
The number increased by nearly 30,000 from the previous day, setting a new record high.
France reported more than 200,000 new cases for two days in a row.
Due to the rapid increase in the number of confirmed cases, the wearing of an outdoor mask was made mandatory again in Paris, and drinking parties on January 1 and 2 were decided to be allowed only until 2 am.