COVID-19. Three figures that show that the 5th wave is "dazzling" in France
© Archives West France / Yves-Marie Quemener More than 1,300 people are currently hospitalized in critical care. (Picture of illustration) Gabriel Attal, spokesman of the government, alerted this Sunday, November 21 on the 5th Wave of Covid-19, which he described as "dazzling". Progression of the number of cases, rising hospitalizations, closed classes: we take stock of what the numbers of the suddenness of this new wave say.
© Franck Dubray / West-France / Archives A woman is tested at the coronavirus in a pharmacy in Nantes, December 18, 2020 .
Public Health France reports 47,177 new cases in France this Tuesday, November 30, 2021, a figure up more than 10,000 cases compared to last week. In addition, the incidence rate now exceeds 300 at the national level.
The number of contaminations continues its rise in France. According to the daily balance sheet of Public Health France, 47,177 new cases of the Covid-19 were recorded on Tuesday, against 30,454 cases last Tuesday.
With these new contaminations, the average of seven-day cases climbs up to 32,116 cases a day, up 61% in one week. The last similar level goes last April, where the country was in the middle of the epidemic.
COVID-19. These six graphs show that the fifth wave intensifies in France
© Guillaume Saligot / West-France A man is tested at the coronavirus in the Laboratory of Organic Analysis The Minous in Rennes, July 16, 2021. Photo of drawing. Faced with the arrival of the fifth wave of the CVIV-19 epidemic in France, a new defense council is held Wednesday, November 24, 2021 in the Elysee, in order to decide on new sanitary measures. In support graphics, we take stock of the situation of the fifth wave in France. The fifth wave is very serious in France.
The national incidence rate exceeds 300
the national incidence rate now exceeds the symbolic threshold of 300, with precisely 306.9 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. The indicator is up 58% compared to past week.
Here are the incidence rates per department, November 21-27, 2021, according to the latest data available from Public Health France:
The highest rate of incidence in France is currently displayed at 597.8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and is registered in Ardèche.
Behind, 14 other departments feature a value greater than 400: the Hautes-Pyrenees, the Jura, the Bouches-du-Rhône, the Lot-et-Garonne, the Rhone, the Pyrénées-Atlantiques, the Upper Corsica, Paris, Paris, The Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the Hérault, Savoy, Haute-Savoie, Loire, and Haut-Rhin.
Olivier Véran will present Thursday at midday the new measures against COVID
© Copyright 2021, Obs "We must at all costs protect the end-of-year celebrations [...] and not have to come back to measurements of gauges, even fewer closures, curfews or containment, "said Gabriel Attal, on Wednesday, 24 November at the end of an Health Defense Council , who was held a few minutes more Early, while the 5th wave hit France. Tuesday evening, more than 30,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in the country, a first since August.
More than 10,000 patients at
Hospital Currently, 10,49 CVIV-19 patients are hospitalized in France, up 389 patients compared to Monday. Among them, 1,824 patients are treated in critical care services, or 75 patients more than the day before.
114 new deaths at the hospital have been reported during the last 24 hours. The total balance sheet of France then moved to 119,130 people since the beginning of the pandemic.
Vaccination remains the government's privileged weapon to deal with new epidemic wave and the threat of the Omicron variant. 75.8% of the French population was completely vaccinated against COVID-19 to 29 November, according to the Sanitary Agency. And 7,664,132 people have already received a booster dose.
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