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Incidence rate on the rise: 60 departments with more than 200 cases per 100,000 inhabitants – Sortaparis

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Nov 27, 2021

By Julie M. Photos by My B. Updated November 27, 2021 at 7:24 p.m. Posted on November 23, 2021 at 7:41 p.m.

While the coronavirus epidemic is still circulating in France and the government is talking about the 5th wave, the incidence rate jumps again and exceeds, this Saturday, November 27, 2021, 250.91 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Here is the list of areas where the virus circulates the most.

According to the latest data, 77.20% of French people received at least one vaccine dose, they are 75.60% to be fully vaccinated. However, this is still not enough and the coronavirus epidemic continues to progress in France. the incidence rate in France reached 250.91 cases per 100,000 inhabitants on Wednesday, November 24, 2021 (consolidated data).

While, since the end of the summer vacation, France had experienced an epidemic improvement. The indicators gradually rise and alert the authorities again. This Saturday, November 27, 2021, 60 French departments, including Paris as well as a good part of the Île de France, are again above the threshold of 200 cases per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 7 days.

here is list of departments where the virus circulates the least in France :

  • 01 – Ain – Bourg-en-Bresse 282.7
  • 02 – Aisne – Laon 164.1
  • 03 – Allier – Mills 169.6
  • 04 – Alpes-de-Haute-Provence – Digne-les-Bains 313.6
  • 05 – Hautes-Alpes – Gap 265.9
  • 06 – Alpes-Maritimes – Nice 305.3
  • 07 – Ardèche – Privas 510.3
  • 08 – Ardennes – Charleville-Mézières 287.0
  • 09 – Ariège – Foix 306.4
  • 10 – Dawn – Troyes 190.1
  • 11 – Aude – Carcassonne 174.1
  • 12 – Aveyron – Rodez 296.4
  • 13 – Bouches-du-Rhône – Marseille 390.0
  • 14 – Calvados – Caen 126.4
  • 15 – Cantal – Aurillac 158.3
  • 16 – Charente – Angoulême 240.1
  • 17 – Charente-Maritime – La Rochelle 168.6
  • 18 – Cher – Bourges 228.7
  • 19 – Corrèze – Tulle 152.7
  • 2A – Corse-du-Sud – Ajaccio 285.7
  • 2B – Haute-Corse – Bastia 407.1
  • 21 – Côte-d’Or – Dijon 174.7
  • 22 – Côtes-d’Armor – Saint-Brieuc 133.2
  • 23 – Creuse – Gueret 262.3
  • 24 – Dordogne – Périgueux 189.3
  • 25 – Doubs – Besançon 282.1
  • 26 – Drôme – Valence 269.1
  • 27 – Eure – Évreux 156.7
  • 28 – Eure-et-Loir – Chartres 173.7
  • 29 – Finistère – Quimper 136.1
  • 30 – Gard – Nîmes 241.2
  • 31 – Haute-Garonne – Toulouse 222.7
  • 32 – Gers – Auch 206.3
  • 33 – Gironde – Bordeaux 282
  • 34 – Hérault – Montpellier 329.6
  • 35 – Ille-et-Vilaine – Rennes 213.9
  • 36 – Indre – Châteauroux 145.5
  • 37 – Indre-et-Loire – Tours 209.5
  • 38 – Isère – Grenoble 298.9
  • 39 – Jura – Lons-le-Saunier 377.7
  • 40 – Landes – Mont-de-Marsan 302.9
  • 41 – Loir-et-Cher – Blois 151.0
  • 42 – Loire – Saint-Étienne 319.8
  • 43 – Haute-Loire – Le Puy-en-Velay 282.1
  • 44 – Loire-Atlantique – Nantes 235.4
  • 45 – Loiret – Orleans 193.7
  • 46 – Lot – Cahors 268.5
  • 47 – Lot-et-Garonne – Agen 363.3
  • 48 – Lozère – Mende 129.8
  • 49 – Maine-et-Loire – Angers 283.1
  • 50 – Manche – Saint-Lô 134.3
  • 51 – Marne – Châlons-en-Champagne 166.9
  • 52 – Haute-Marne – Chaumont 167.2
  • 53 – Mayenne – Laval 98.2
  • 54 – Meurthe-et-Moselle – Nancy 249.7
  • 55 – Meuse – Bar-le-Duc 193.8
  • 56 – Morbihan – Vannes 187.3
  • 57 – Moselle – Metz 255.3
  • 58 – Nièvre – Nevers 156.8
  • 59 – North – Lille 317.0
  • 60 – Oise – Beauvais 159.6
  • 61 – Orne – Alençon 219.9
  • 62 – Pas-de-Calais – Arras 233.8
  • 63 – Puy-de-Dome – Clermont-Ferrand 206.1
  • 64 – Pyrénées-Atlantiques – Pau 351.0
  • 65 – Hautes-Pyrénées – Tarbes 395.9
  • 66 – Pyrénées-Orientales – Perpignan 261.6
  • 67 – Bas-Rhin – Strasbourg 324.6
  • 68 – Haut-Rhin – Colmar 346.2
  • 69 – Rhône – Lyon 349.4
  • 70 – Haute-Saône – Vesoul 220.0
  • 71 – Saône-et-Loire – Mâcon 300.5
  • 72 – Sarthe – Le Mans 187.2
  • 73 – Savoie – Chambéry 329.2
  • 74 – Haute-Savoie – Annecy 308.4
  • 75 – Paris – Paris 347.6
  • 76 – Seine-Maritime – Rouen 153.1
  • 77 – Seine-et-Marne – Melun 187.7
  • 78 – Yvelines – Versailles 257.2
  • 79 – Deux-Sèvres – Niort 109.2
  • 80 – Somme – Amiens 165.7
  • 81 – Tarn – Albi 162.2
  • 82 – Tarn-et-Garonne – Montauban 267.7
  • 83 – Var – Toulon 299.5
  • 84 – Vaucluse – Avignon 268.3
  • 85 – Vendée – La Roche-sur-Yon 222.0
  • 86 – Vienne – Poitiers 188.8
  • 87 – Haute-Vienne – Limoges 176.4
  • 88 – Vosges – Épinal 180.2
  • 89 – Yonne – Auxerre 137.6 ,
  • 90 – Territory of Belfort – Belfort 251.9
  • 91 – Essonne – Évry 188.4
  • 92 – Hauts-de-Seine – Nanterre 265.3
  • 93 – Seine – Saint-Denis – Bobigny 218.1
  • 94 – Val-de-Marne – Créteil 232.4
  • 95 – Val-d’Oise – Cergy-Pontoise 239.8
  • 971 – Guadeloupe – Basse-Terre 43.0
  • 972 – Martinique – Fort-de-France 159.4
  • 973 – Guyana – Cayenne 74.3
  • 974 – Reunion – Saint-Denis 241.6
  • 976 – Mayotte – Dzaoudzi 24.7

To follow every day thechange in incidence rate by department :

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The incidence rate by department is an indicator to be monitored very closely in order to follow the evolution of the epidemic. We discover together the incidence rates of each department on Saturday, November 27, 2021. [Lire la suite]

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