COVID SITUATION TODAY. The Covid epidemic continues to decrease in this month of August. What is the situation in France? By department? And in the world ? Pictures.
[Updated August 18, 2022 at 11:52 a.m.] The Covid-19 epidemic continues to decline. In its last epidemiological point published on August 11, Public Health France confirm that the incidence rate has decreased in all regions, variant of -22% in Corse at -41% in Pays de la Loire . It was highest in Corsica (598, -22%) and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (427, -31%). The rates of new hospitalizations are down in all regions , with the highest values in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur and Bourgogne-FrancheComté. The rate of admission to critical care has also decreased over almost the entire territory. What is the Covid situation in each department or region of France? What is the incidence rate? For the voyages ? In Europe ? In the world ? What are the red areas ? here are the images 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 outbreak in Europe.
The border health control system has been lifted since August 1, 2022, in accordance with the law putting an end to the exceptional regimes created to fight against the epidemic linked to Covid-19 . There is no longer a classification of countries by color and instructions specific to each territory. The rules previously applied to travelers to France no longer apply:
The number of people tested positive for Covid-19 per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 7 days (incidence rate), is a good indicator to understand the progression of the epidemic. It is closely monitored by the government.
Maps of Covid cases and Covid-related deaths around the world are updated by the WHO .
► See the animated spread of the coronavirus around the world
- For French data: dashboard available on gouvernement.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.Source journaldesfemmes.fr