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Rate of events according to section in Paris and L-di-France

Rate of events according to section in Paris and L-di-France

Julie M., Alexander G. Posted by my B. April 12, 2021 at 6:33 pm Posted on April 12, 2021 at 6:33 pm

In France, a second wave of the epidemic continues in many parts of the world. From January 16, 2021, the curfew was brought to 6 pm instead of 8 pm. Department of Health officials defined the rate of incidents as a criterion for deciding whether to tighten or reduce measures. To make life easier for the residents of Ile-de-France, here is a map of the sectoral rate in the region of Ole-de-France and in Paris on Monday, April 12, 2021, determined from data from Covidtracker and Data.gow. .

How is that Incidence rate Of each Sections L-D-France ? The densest region of France, theIle-de-France Severely damaged by the first and second wave Kovid-19.

During the second phase of control relief, the Virus Despite efforts and the resulting detention measures, land acquisition is still ongoing.

As a result, government and health officials rely on very specific criteria to determine the extent to which the virus spreads in each of the French provinces: Incidence rate of residents of all ages, Yet Incidence rate in the elderly, Very harmful Kovid-19.

If this rate exceeds the bar set by the government 200 cases per 100,000 residents, Curfew will be extended in the relevant section. It’s Friday, April 9, 2021 (Consolidated data), this incidence rate is average 342.60 in France. On Ile-de-France, The same rate reaches, beyond the bar set by the government 549.00.

Too, Public Health France It states Incidence rate Indicates the number of people tested positive for the first time over 60 days (including RT-PCR and antigenic tests) compared to population size. It is expressed 100,000 inhabitants And allows you to compare geographical areas with each other.

The incidence rate may vary depending on the results of reporting screening activities and deadlines. Each section is classified according to three colors: sections in red High incidence rate, Those in orange a Average incidence rate, In green, sections a Low incidence rate.

Incidence rate (including all ages) by section in L-D-France Monday 12 April 2021 :

Large crown:

Vivolines (78): 453.7

Wall-de-Ois (95): 664.5

Esson (91): 502.7

Sean-at-Marne (77): 539.2

Small crown and Paris:

Wall-de-Marne (94): 598.8

Sean-Saint-Denis (93): 667.8

Hots-de-Scene (92): 465.2

Paris (75): 519.1

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