CORONAVIRUS CARD. The Covid-19 epidemic remains at a high level in France. 15 departments have a 6 p.m. curfew. The situation remains tense in several regions, in Europe and around the world. Resuscitation bed occupancy rate, incidence rate, red zones … Images and maps in real time. </p><div>
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[Mise à jour le lundi 4 janvier à 16h56] The circulation of SARS-#CoV-2 continues at a high level in France. The epidemic situation Covid-19 remains tense in certain regions of France – particularly in the east – as shown by indicator cards (number of cases of coronavirus, situation in hospitals, in intensive care …). Thereby, 15 departments are placed under curfew from 6 p.m. since January 2 (Hautes-#Alpes, Alpes-#Maritimes, Ardennes, Doubs, Jura, Marne, Haute-#Marne, Meurthe et Moselle, Meuse, Moselle, Haute-#Saône, Nièvre, Saône-et-#Loire, Territoire-de-#Belfort , Vosges). In the world, the epidemic continues to progress. The continents with the most cases are America and Europe. The epidemic tracking cards were developed from epidemiological data from Public Health France, the Directorate General for Health and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) for data in Europe and in the world. In which department or region are there the most Covid-19 cases in France? In intensive care? In which country ofEurope is the epidemic currently the strongest ? In the world ? What are the red areas ? Images.
Due to the still high number of new cases of Covid-19 contamination, a curfew has been in place since December 15 from 8 p.m. and until 6 a.m. with limited travel conditions throughout France (except in France). sea). As of January 2, 2021, the curfew is brought forward to 6 p.m. in 15 metropolitan departments.
The 15 departments affected by the advanced curfew are as follows: Hautes-#Alpes (05), Alpes-#Maritimes (06), Ardennes (08), Doubs (25), Jura (39), Marne (51), Haute-#Marne (52), Meurthe-et-#Moselle (54), Meuse (55), Moselle (57), Nièvre (58), Haute-#Saône (70), Saône-et-#Loire (71), Vosges (88), Territoire de Belfort (90).
Curfew card in France – at 8 p.m. or 6 p.m. depending on the department. © Ministry of the Interior
Using data from Public Health France, the Géodes site posted a map on October 22 showing the incidence rate of the Covid-19 epidemic by municipalities.
The number of people tested positive for Covid-19 per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 7 days (incidence rate) is a good indicator in order to understand the progression of the epidemic. It is followed by the government.
Below is the map of France showing the incidence rate (number of people tested positive for the Sars-#CoV-2 virus per 100,000 inhabitants) weekly, all ages combined, in France.
Ile-de-#France is one of the regions that has concentrated the most cases of Covid-19 in recent weeks. The incidence rate of the Ile-de-#France region has decreased in the region compared to the previous week. The incidence rate in Ile-de-#France is 121.8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in week 52 and the national incidence rate in week 52 is 123.1.
Incidence rate – Weekly (per 100,000 inhabitants) – all ages in week 52 (December 21 to 27) © GEODES
Several areas of France remain under increased vigilance because the number of positive cases for the Sars-#CoV-2 coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants (incidence of the epidemic) remains high. The red, orange and green zone maps are useful for understanding theimpact of the epidemic on each region. On the map, those with a high incidence rate are shown in red.
Map of areas on red alert in France as of December 31 according to the incidence of the Covid-19 epidemic © Gouvernement.fr
As of January 3, 52.7% of intensive care beds are occupied by Covid-19 patients (compared to the initial resuscitation capacity, by region). Below the map on January 3 showing the occupancy rate of intensive care beds by region (based on the initial bed capacity) confirms a slight improvement in the situation in the west of the country. The Center-#Val-de-#Loire region, which was in orange on December 29, is now in red on January 3, 2021. Mayotte, for its part, has gone from orange to green.
Map showing the occupancy rate of intensive care beds for Covid-19 in France, as of January 3, 2021 © Gouvernement.fr
More than 65,000 people have died from Covid-19 in France, or around 0.10% of the country’s total population. Some regions have been more damaged than others. Deaths remain high in France, reports Santé Publique France in its epidemiological update of December 31.
In Europe, many EU / EEA countries have started to observe stabilization or decreases in case notification rates, which however remain generally high. As of December 27 (end of week 52), a total of 17,348,389 cases and 427,798 deaths have been reported in EU / EEA countries and the United Kingdom. The countries reporting the highest number of cases in total for the end of 2020 are the France, the United Kingdom, Italy, spain, l’Germany and the Poland.
Geographic distribution of the cumulative number of COVID-19 cases reported per 100,000 inhabitants, in Europe
from December 14 to 27, 2020
Geographical distribution of the cumulative number of Covid-19 cases reported per 100,000 inhabitants worldwide over the last 14 days, from December 14 to 27 © Ecdc.europa.eu
Map of the Covid-19 epidemic in the world, for weeks 51-52 (December 14 to 27) © Ecdc.europa.eu
The major foci of the epidemic are currently in the area Americas et en Europe, responsible respectively for 48% and 37% of reported COVID-19 cases, and 42% of COVID-19 deaths in week 52. The countries that describe the greatest number of cases over the last 7 days (from December 23 to 29) are: the United States (+1 252 518 new cases), the United Kingdom (+256 219), Brazil (+241 214), Russia (+198 534), India (+145 786) and Germany (+134 546), followed by Turkey, Italy, Colombia, France, South Africa and the Netherlands.
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COVID-19: epidemiological update of December 31, 2020, Public Health France, December 24, 2020
For French data: dashboard available on government.fr and GEODES cartographic observatory of Public Health France.
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For international data: maps from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).