France is preparing regional health agencies and hospitals to enter crisis organisation to deal with a possible surge in infections from the new coronavirus variants. The move involves increasing the number of available hospital beds, delaying non-urgent surgery and mobilising all medical staff. It echoes measures taken in March and November last year, when the country went into lockdown. France has the sixth-highest COVID-19 caseload in the world and the virus variant first detected in Britain accounted for 25% of confirmed new infections in France.
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