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[Mise à jour le mardi 1er décembre à 11h37] The epidemic situation Covid-19 is improving in France as shown by indicator cards (number of cases, situation in hospitals, in intensive care …). These cards were developed from epidemiological data from Public Health France, the Directorate General for Health and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) for data in Europe and in the world. In which department or region are there the most Covid-19 cases in France? In intensive care? In which country ofEurope is the epidemic currently the strongest ? In the world ? What are the red areas ? Images.
Since Saturday, November 28, trips can be made up to 20 kilometers from home (against 1 kilometer since October 30 with confinement) and 3 hours maximum (against 1 hour so far). The ESRI France site has developed a map allowing you to see the 20-kilometer zone around your home by entering your address:
Using data from Public Health France, the Géodes site posted a map on October 22 showing the incidence rate of the Covid-19 epidemic by municipalities.
The peak of the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic has passed, confirmed Emmanuel Macron on November 24 but “the return to normal will therefore not be for tomorrow”. The number of people tested positive for Covid-19 per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 7 days (incidence rate) is a good indicator in order to understand the progression of the epidemic. It is followed by the government.
Below is the map of France showing the incidence rate (number of people tested positive for the Sars-CoV-2 virus per 100,000 inhabitants) weekly, all ages combined, in France.
Ile-de-France is one of the regions that has concentrated the most cases of Covid-19 in recent weeks. According to Public Health France, in week 47 (November 16-22), as in weeks 45 and 46, of all crossings for suspected Covid-19 at the national level, half of the crossings concerned three regions including the Island of France. de-France (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, and Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur were the other two). Hospitalizations have decreased in this region by 23% over this week. The incidence rate in Ile-de-France went down to reach 129.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in week 47. The national incidence rate as of November 26 is 151.3.
After announcing the establishment of containment from Friday, October 30, the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron announced a lightening Tuesday 24 November. Among those announced, non-essential businesses will be reopened from November 28, a 9 p.m. curfew will be implemented from December 15, and Christmas and New Year can be done with family. The red, orange and green zone maps are useful in understanding the impact of the epidemic on each region. On the map, those with a high incidence rate are shown in red.
As of November 30, 73.9% of intensive care beds are occupied by Covid-19 patients (relative to the initial resuscitation capacity, by region). Below is the map on November 30 showing the occupancy rate of intensive care beds by region (based on the initial bed capacity).
The effective reproduction number “R” is a indicator that refers to the average number of people infected with a Covid-19 case. The R fell to 0.56 on November 26, a sign that the epidemic is declining well in France. The map presented below is the last update by the Directorate General of Health.
To date, more than 52,000 people have died from Covid-19 in France, or around 0.08% of the country’s total population. Some regions have been more damaged than others. Deaths remain high in France, reports Santé Publique France in its epidemiological update of November 26.
Europe concentrates 44% of declared cases of Covid-19 in the world. The increase in the incidence rate for week W47 (November 16-22) continues in a large majority of countries. European countries are among the countries with the highest incidence rates in week S47 (November 16 to 22) in the world: of the 15 highest incidences worldwide, 14 countries were in Europe, indicates Santé Publique France. The highest weekly incidence rates in week S47 are observed in Luxembourg, in Slovenia, in Austria, in Croatia, at Portugal, in Lithuania, in Poland, in Italy, in Hungary, in Bulgaria, in Romania et en Czech republic : all have rates higher than that of France.
Geographic distribution of the cumulative number of COVID-19 cases reported per 100,000 inhabitants, in Europe
from November 9 to 22, 2020
The major foci of the coronavirus epidemic are in Europe et en America (United States and Latin America), at the origin of respectively 44% and 39% of cases reported worldwide according to the epidemiological point of Public Health France updated on November 26. TheAfrica reported in week 47 the highest increase in new cases (+ 15% or +47 106) and new deaths (+ 30% or +1 088) but at levels much lower than those reported in the Europe and Americas zones, d ‘after the available data.
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COVID-19: epidemiological update of November 19, 2020; Public Health France, November 19, 2020.
For French data: dashboard available on government.fr and GEODES cartographic observatory of Public Health France.
For international data: maps from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).