PHOTOS France becomes world's 4th worst-hit country with 26,991 COVID-19 related deaths

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France becomes world's 4th worst-hit country with 26,991 COVID-19 related deaths

Xinhua

15:39, May 13, 2020

People shop at an open air market which has reopened in Nice, France, May 12, 2020. France's death toll from the coronavirus reached 26,991 on Tuesday, overtaking Spain's 26,920 as it recorded 348 more deaths in the last 24 hours. France thus became the world's fourth worst-hit country in terms of deaths after the United States, Britain and Italy, data from the Health Ministry showed. (Photo by Serge Haouzi/Xinhua)

People shop at an open air market which has reopened in Nice, France, May 12, 2020. France's death toll from the coronavirus reached 26,991 on Tuesday, overtaking Spain's 26,920 as it recorded 348 more deaths in the last 24 hours. France thus became the world's fourth worst-hit country in terms of deaths after the United States, Britain and Italy, data from the Health Ministry showed. (Photo by Serge Haouzi/Xinhua)

People shop at an open air market which has reopened in Nice, France, May 12, 2020. France's death toll from the coronavirus reached 26,991 on Tuesday, overtaking Spain's 26,920 as it recorded 348 more deaths in the last 24 hours. France thus became the world's fourth worst-hit country in terms of deaths after the United States, Britain and Italy, data from the Health Ministry showed. (Photo by Serge Haouzi/Xinhua)

A resident wearing a face mask is seen on the street in Nice, France, May 12, 2020. France's death toll from the coronavirus reached 26,991 on Tuesday, overtaking Spain's 26,920 as it recorded 348 more deaths in the last 24 hours. France thus became the world's fourth worst-hit country in terms of deaths after the United States, Britain and Italy, data from the Health Ministry showed. (Photo by Serge Haouzi/Xinhua)

People queue to enter a bank in Nice, France, May 12, 2020. France's death toll from the coronavirus reached 26,991 on Tuesday, overtaking Spain's 26,920 as it recorded 348 more deaths in the last 24 hours. France thus became the world's fourth worst-hit country in terms of deaths after the United States, Britain and Italy, data from the Health Ministry showed. (Photo by Serge Haouzi/Xinhua)

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