What’s going on in Loser? This segment is far below the national average since the Kovid-19 pandemic.
But for a week now, the incidence rate in Loser has been rising and now stands at 106.2 cases per 100,000 residents, while on October 6 it was only 28.8 cases per 100,000 residents! That’s a 269% increase!
“The epidemic situation has been deteriorating for almost two weeks, especially in the last three or four days,” Matthew Pardell confirmed on Monday. Interviewed by France Bleu.
Less vaccines, clusters and …
Low vaccine coverage can explain this number. As of October 11, in fact, less than 67% of loggerheads had entered the vaccine scheme, the first or second injection or booster shot.
Clusters also appeared in schools.
According to Matthew Pardell, this is not enough to explain the magnitude of the increase. “For example, he explained to our colleagues from France Blee that although there are clusters in schools, we have a 500% increase in the incidence rate of people aged 45/65 who are not related to those clusters. So, although we can tell each other today, we do not have the key to analysis. “
Partial mask return
Faced with this situation, Lozor Prefecture on Monday decided to return the mask to companies that are open to the public (ERP) subject to the Helz Pass.
The return of the mask to the school is currently being assessed.
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