French President Emmanuel Macron speaks to the media. File photo
President Emmanuel Macron will address an anxious French nation on Monday night on the coronavirus outbreak that has seen schools, cafes and restaurants closed, the presidency said.
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Macron was to hold a meeting with his prime minister, top military adviser, intelligence coordinator and ministers of health, the interior and foreign affairs on the health crisis before giving a televised address at 8:00pm (1900 GMT).
The health ministry announced the death of one person who tested positive for COVID-19, due to complications. This brings the total death toll to 335.
Two specially equipped high-speed trains carried 36 patients from Mulhouse and Nancy to hospitals along France's western coast, where the outbreak has been limited so far.
Health ministry spokesman Kianoush Jahanpour said 3,111 new infections have been confirmed over the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 44,606. He said 3,703 of those hospitalised are in a critical condition and 14,656 have recovered.
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Kyiv had been mostly spared since the beginning of the year, but this month its residents have been forced to grapple with almost nightly air raid sirens and explosions. The attack on the city overnight Saturday was the largest since the invasion in February last year, Ukraine said.
Ahead of the talks starting Monday in Paris, many countries have said a goal of the treaty should be "circularity" - or keeping already-produced plastic items in circulation as long as possible.