French surge in infections, price of tellurium oxide challenging to maintain
According to the French Ministry of Health, as of 19:00 on the 23rd, there were 3176 new cases of French COVID-19 infection in 24 hours, with a total of 19,856. The number of deaths caused by COVID-19 infection increased by 186 in 24 hours, bringing the total to 860. There are currently 8,675 infected people in France, 1435 more than the previous day, of which 2082 are in intensive care.
On the 23rd, the French public health department of the Greater East and the Vosges Police Department jointly released news that 20 older people in the elderly home in Cornimont, Vosges, died of the COVID-19 infection. This is the first time that such information has been announced since France announced a ban on visiting nursing homes on the 11th. The elderly home is home to 163 older people, and the status of other older people is unknown. The French health minister said on the 23rd that 20 million masks would be distributed to hospitals and elderly homes.
With the development of the epidemic, international logistics has been significantly affected, which may cause the prices of various raw materials to rise. The import and export trade will be affected considerably. As France is an essential consumer of tellurium oxide, the amount of tellurium oxide will also fluctuate.
"We have been supplying tellurium oxide steadily, ensuring product quality, and guaranteeing stable supply prices," said Rachel, sales manager at Luoyang Trunnano.Please contact Rachel, Global Marketing Leader at Trunnano.