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Curfew, containment: here are the departments where the epidemic is worsening

2021-01-13T19:31:53.736Z

INFOGRAPHICS - Incidence rate, evolution of the number of cases ... several departments are seeing their epidemic indicators start to rise again, while the government is preparing to take new measures on Thursday.



The health situation is deteriorating in France, while the threat of the British variant of Covid-19, which now represents around 1% of positive tests, hangs over the territory.

"

There will probably be a number of more stringent measures to be taken,

" Scientific Council President Jean-François Delfraissy said on Wednesday.

Prime Minister Jean Castex, accompanied by five ministers, will take stock of the health situation and announce new measures to fight the epidemic on Thursday.

Discover, in four maps, the current state of the health situation in France, department by department.

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At present, 25 departments are already under a curfew at 6 p.m.:

Allier

,

Alpes-de-Haute-Provence

,

Alpes-Maritimes

,

Ardennes

,

Bas-Rhin

,

Bouches- du-Rhône

,

Cher

,

Côte-d'Or

,

Doubs

,

Drôme

,

Hautes-Alpes

,

Haute-Marne

,

Haut-Rhin

,

Haute-Saône

,

Jura

,

Marne

,

Meurthe-et -Moselle

,

Meuse

,

Moselle

,

Nièvre

,

Saône-et-Loire

,

Var

,

Vaucluse

,

Vosges

.

Other departments could be subject to curfew as of Thursday.

Twenty of them have an incidence rate - the number of cases over seven days per 100,000 inhabitants - greater than 250, a threshold set by the executive before the second confinement for the passage to "

maximum alert

".

Here they are, in descending order:

Alpes-Maritimes

(460),

Jura

(363),

Territoire de Belfort

(341),

Doubs

(334),

Haute-Marne

(331),

Haute-Saône

(309) ,

Hautes-Alpes

(296),

Guyana

(293),

Meuse

(288),

Var

(286),

Cher

(279),

Ardennes

(275),

Bouches-du-Rhône

(272),

Meurthe-et-Moselle

(271),

Nièvre

(265),

Vaucluse

(265),

Saône-et-Loire

(264),

Côte d'Or

(260),

Drôme

(259),

Allier

( 257).

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The occupancy rate of intensive care beds is also of concern in many departments.

In 44 of them, this rate exceeds 60%.

Here they are, in descending order:

Vosges

(250%),

Hautes-Alpes

(138%),

Jura

(138%),

Haute-Marne

(138%),

Lozère

(133%),

Hautes-Pyrénées

(125%),

Drôme

(121%),

Doubs

(120%),

Saône-et-Loire

(115%),

Haute-Corse

(113%),

Mayenne

(113%),

Ardennes

(108 %),

Alpes-de-Haute-Provence

(100%),

Eure

(100%),

Vaucluse

(100%),

Yonne

(94%),

Tarn

(92%),

Haute-Savoie

(91%),

Seine-et-Marne

(90%),

Loiret

(89%),

Ardèche

(88%),

Meuse

(88%),

Territoire de Belfort

(88%),

Alpes- Maritimes

(85%),

Aube

(83%),

Cher

(83%),

Eure-et-Loir

(80%),

Allier

(79%),

Pas-de-Calais

(78% ),

Savoie

(78%),

Haut-Rhin

(76%),

Loir-et-Cher

(75%),

Oise

(75%),

Ain

(73%),

Côte-d ' Gold

(72%),

Meurthe-et-Moselle

(71%),

Aisne

(68%),

Moselle

(68%),

Rhône

(67%),

Essonne

(65%),

Aude

(63%),

Deux-Sèvres

(63%),

Bouches-du-Rhône

(62%) and

Seine-Saint-Denis

(62%).

In 44 departments, the occupancy rate of intensive care units exceeds 60%.

CovidTracker

Source: lefigaro

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