What we know about the coronavirus outbreak in France

FRANCE — The coronaviruses in France have reached epidemic proportions, prompting authorities to declare a state of emergency.

The country has recorded 5,000 cases, or about 1,500 new cases a day.

The coronaviral pandemic has also hit the northeastern region of the country, where a string of coronavirochologists have died and some areas have seen a spike in cases.

France’s public health minister says the country’s new coronavirecord is not the first to fall, but is the most serious.

It has been declared a state with a public health emergency, meaning the health ministry will be in charge of controlling public health and other social problems in the region, said ministry spokesman Christophe de Rugy.

The outbreak of coronovirus is expected to become a global pandemic by 2020.

The United States, the European Union, Canada and Australia have declared an emergency, as have countries in Africa and the Middle East.

There have been no reported cases of the coronoviral strain in France, and health officials say that the new strain does not pose a threat to people.

Authorities say more than 1,600 new coronoviruses have been detected in France since the beginning of the year, with 1,100 of them linked to the coronavectomy procedure.

There has been an increase in infections among children, according to government data, and that is expected as the new coronavecay method spreads in the community.

Officials say that many people in the northeastern regions of the French capital and the eastern region of Lyon have fallen ill with the virus.

The region has been dealing with the pandemic through the coronavaillance, which includes monitoring people’s contact lists and isolating them from their families and friends.

French President Francois Hollande has called the coronavalas outbreak a major health crisis and ordered the creation of a regional government to handle the spread of the virus and other related health issues.

He has also said the outbreak is a warning for the rest of Europe and the world.

Hollande said Tuesday that he will meet with health officials and officials from the European Commission, the United Nations and other international bodies at a summit in Brussels.

The meeting is expected on Thursday.