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Updates May 10, 2021
In France, the THIN Observatory, comprising 2,000 general practitioners and 1,000 professionals, provides medical care for all health care players, pre-launch studies, samples of patients with rare diseases, epidemiological observatories, academic studies, and connection with city instruments.
Today, 20 research projects are underway (Alzheimer’s disease, awareness of sarcoidosis, detection of rare diseases, etc.). The THIN database also uses state services (ANSM, CEPS) on an ongoing basis.
Below you will find a new ump update of Kovid-19 for May 10, 2021, based on data collected with the THIN panel of general practitioners with CEGEDIM software.
This Monday, the number of new ump hula was 16,200, down 20% compared to Monday, May 3rd.
On average, the number of new ump hulas in the last 7 days is 8,700 cases, the lowest level since September 1st.
And most of all, we are falling short of the 1% pres ha in relation to the number of consultations.
With an almost straight slope, with increasing number of vaccines, the fall of the new ump will continue, or accelerate.