October 18, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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Radio 8 Ordnance | If the health indicators in the ordinance are consistent, the spread of the virus is very important

Radio 8 Ordnance |  If the health indicators in the ordinance are consistent, the spread of the virus is very important

According to the latest health indicators published by the Prefecture of Ordnance and ARS Grand Estate this Wednesday evening, the situation appears to be stable and there has been a similar improvement over the last 24 hours, with 41 additional positive cases. In terms of hospitalizations, there was no change, with 13 people still in intensive care and 78 in the inpatient department hospital, which is low compared to yesterday.

The incidence rate is very high, 283 cases per 100,000 residents, the day before 275. As a result of the Christmas holidays, unlike other French segments, the high rate does not stick to the sky.

A stable but still tense situation, Guillaume Mafrey, ARS regional spokesman in Ardennes returns

On the other hand, the situation in nursing homes in this sector is of great concern and so far, ten bases have been identified as active groups. In these nursing homes, Mauzon condemned 8 deaths after identifying 63 positive cases out of 68 residents. In Signi-le-Petit, today 48 out of 52 residents and fifteen professionals are infected with the virus. Finally, a new cluster was identified in Liart‌ with 6 positive cases out of 59 residents, as well as one professional.

It is therefore one-third of Ordnance Nursing Homes that their vaccine campaign should now be postponed because it cannot be performed within 3 months after coronavirus infection, as it does not occur until 3 weeks after the flu shot.

Update on Ardennes Representative from ARS, Guilloma Mafray