Covid map: departments, what is the situation in September?

Covid map departments what is the situation in September

FRANCE COVID SITUATION. The Covid epidemic is on the rise again. The Pays de la Loire and Normandy recorded the highest increases in the incidence rate at the end of September. In which departments especially? Pictures.

[Mis à jour le 23 septembre 2022 à 15h44] the Sars-Cov-2 circulating incidence rate is on the rise again throughout the territory, reports Public Health France September 22, “the increase from +21% in Corsica to +80% in the Centre-Val de Loire. The strongest increases were then observed in Pays de la Loire and Normandy, where they also exceeded 70%. The regions Brittany (350), Burgundy-Franche-Comté (348) and Grand Est (342) showed the highest incidence rates“. The hospitalization rate are on the rise in several regions, particularly in Brittany, Centre-Val de Loire and Normandy. What is the Covid situation in each department or region of France? What is the incidence rate? For the trips ? In Europe ? In the world ? What are the red areas ? here are the pictures published by Public Health France (and his website Geodes), the Ministry of Health and the Directorate General for Health and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) for the epidemic in Europe.

Covid map in France by department

The number of people tested positive for Covid-19 per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 7 days (incidence rate) is a good indicator for understanding the progression of the epidemic. It is closely monitored by the government.

Map of the incidence rate in France

Map of Covid hospitalizations in France

Covid map in Europe

Map of the Covid epidemic in Europe updated on September 14, 2022 © ECDC

Covid map in the world

Maps of Covid cases and Covid-related deaths around the world are updated by theWHO.

Map of Covid cases around the world
Map of Covid-19 cases/100,000 inhabitants by country, 12-18 September 2022 © WHO
Map of covid deaths around the world
Map of deaths linked to Covid-19/100,000 inhabitants by country, 12-18 September 2022 © WHO

► See the animated spread of the coronavirus around the world

Sources

– 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) and WHO.

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