ARS, the regional health agency, is monitoring the situation in the area. Eight clusters are taking place in the area this Thursday. Balls and tea dances are said to be a factor. Vaccine campaign
Vaccination of the elderly is a watchword. The eighteenth vaccination campaign will begin in late October. ARS is based on a double vaccine, the flu is added. People over the age of 85 are 8 times more likely to be hospitalized than those between the ages of 40 and 44.
In this area, 36,000 people, over the age of 85, have not been vaccinated and this is of concern to authorities. “These people are good enough to fight the epidemic” According to ARS Pays de la Loire, Director General of the Jean-Jacques Coyplet.
Tea dance and clusters
Several clusters have been identified in the Mayanne, Lower-Atlantic and Wendy, Challans areas (10 positive cases).“Sometimes tea dances bring more than 350 people together, such clusters are relevant. Lists of participants should be requested.s “, refers to the ARS.
It also dictates That “People going to the Lower Atlantic next week may have polluted other people, like Saint-Jean-de-Boisolo. (Near Nantes NDLR)“. Wearing a mask and getting vaccinated is not enough in these situations especially for those above 65 years.
55 Closed Classes
In total, 55 classes in the area were closed due to coronavirus. In detail, there are 22 in Lower-Atlantic, 12 in Maine-at-Lower, 13 in Sorthe, 1 in Mayenne and 7 in Silver. “In the case of companies that have stopped wearing masks, there is no noticeable impact” Welcome to Sophie Bujisho, The Chief of Staff in charge of Communications and External Relations. Before long, “90% of people are vaccinated by the age of 10/17.
In Pays de la Loire, the incidence rate in Mayenne was higher than the warning limit: 56.3 cases per 100,000 residents were tested positive in 7 rolling days, 123.9 under 65 years.
In the Pace de la Loire area, the hospital occupancy rate is 17%, and the incidence rate is 42.7 positive cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Cold, a return to activity and population growth encourage people to respect barrier gestures. On Wednesday, October 13, 2021, 33 people were hospitalized in critical care in the area.