Incidence rate by department in France

Incidence rate by department in France
Incidence rate by department in France

By Julie M. Photos by Julie M. Posted June 5, 2021 at 7.15 p.m. Updated June 5, 2021 at 7.16 p.m.

While the epidemic is gradually regressing in France, the country is experiencing the first easing of its confinement with in particular a curfew pushed back to 9 p.m. and the reopening of terraces, museums, theaters and cinema since May 19, 2021, the incidence rate by department remains 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, June 5, 2021.

L’indicator to follow closely at the moment, it is the incidence rate of each department. Indeed, it makes it possible to estimate the share of people infected in each department and there is a corresponding number of people tested positive over the last 7 days out of 100,000 inhabitants.

Find below the incidence rate by department at Wednesday, June 2, 2021. We noted in rouge the departments for which the incidence rate is greater than 200 per 100,000, in orange the departments for which it is between 100 and 200 per 100,000. We put in vert the departments for which the threshold is less than 100 per 100,000. Not that these areas are considered safe, but for now they are not threatened by an advance of the curfew.

The overall incidence rate in France at Wednesday, June 2, 2021 (consolidated data) achieved 84,38 and is gradually approaching the alert threshold set at 50.

  • 01 – Ain – Bourg-en-Bresse 69,4
  • 02 – Aisne – Laon 84,6
  • 03 – Allier – Mills 91,2
  • 04 – Alpes-de-Haute-Provence – Digne-les-Bains 65,4
  • 05 — Hautes-Alpes — Gap 50,8
  • 06 — Alpes-Maritimes — Nice 28,8
  • 07 – Ardèche – Privas 50,8
  • 08 – Ardennes – Charleville-Mézières 96,8
  • 09 – Ariège – Foix 43,3
  • 10 – Dawn – Troyes 48,7
  • 11 – Aude – Carcassonne 57,4
  • 12 – Aveyron – Rodez 48,1
  • 13 – Bouches-du-Rhône – Marseille 77,6
  • 14 – Calvados – Caen 77,1
  • 15 – Cantal – Aurillac 42,0
  • 16 – Charente – Angoulême 36,8
  • 17 – Charente-Maritime – La Rochelle 41,9
  • 18 – Cher – Bourges 71,5
  • 19 – Corrèze – Tulle 62,8
  • 2A – Corse-du-Sud – Ajaccio 25,2
  • 2B – Haute-Corse – Bastia 14,3
  • 21 – Côte-d’Or – Dijon 147,9
  • 22 – Côtes-d’Armor – Saint-Brieuc 56,5
  • 23 – Creuse – Gueret 18,1
  • 24 – Dordogne – Périgueux 57,1
  • 25 – Doubs – Besançon 80,8
  • 26 – Drôme – Valence 47,3
  • 27 – Eure – Évreux 102,0
  • 28 – Eure-et-Loir – Chartres 82,0
  • 29 – Finistère – Quimper 59,6
  • 30 – Gard – Nîmes 62,1
  • 31 – Haute-Garonne – Toulouse 91,4
  • 32 – Gers – Also 50,5
  • 33 – Gironde – Bordeaux 72
  • 34 – Hérault – Montpellier 68,7
  • 35 – Ille-et-Vilaine – Rennes 78,4
  • 36 – Indre – Châteauroux 75,1
  • 37 – Indre-et-Loire – Tours 54,8
  • 38 – Isère – Grenoble 66,5
  • 39 – Jura – Lons-le-Saunier 68,6
  • 40 – Landes – Mont-de-Marsan 95,9
  • 41 – Loir-et-Cher – Blois 57,7
  • 42 – Loire – Saint-Étienne 140,3
  • 43 – Haute-Loire – Le Puy-en-Velay 118,1
  • 44 – Loire-Atlantique – Nantes 80,7
  • 45 – Loiret – Orleans 126,1
  • 46 — Lot — Cahors 51,4
  • 47 – Lot-et-Garonne – Agen 60,5
  • 48 – Lozère – Mende 40,6
  • 49 – Maine-et-Loire – Angers 80,2
  • 50 – Manche – Saint-Lô 91,3
  • 51 – Marne – Châlons-en-Champagne 64,7
  • 52 – Haute-Marne – Chaumont 59,7
  • 53 – Mayenne – Laval 114,3
  • 54 – Meurthe-et-Moselle – Nancy 57,4
  • 55 – Meuse – Bar-le-Duc 55,1
  • 56 – Morbihan – Vannes 55,3
  • 57 – Moselle – Metz 58,0
  • 58 – Nièvre – Nevers 48,6
  • 59 – North – Lille 108,1
  • 60 – Oise – Beauvais 101,7
  • 61 – Orne – Alençon 100,8
  • 62 – Pas-de-Calais – Arras 94,6
  • 63 – Puy-de-Dome – Clermont-Ferrand 73,6
  • 64 – Pyrénées-Atlantiques – Pau 102,8
  • 65 – Hautes-Pyrénées – Tarbes 57,8
  • 66 – Pyrénées-Orientales – Perpignan 80,8
  • 67 – Bas-Rhin – Strasbourg 91,6
  • 68 – Haut-Rhin – Colmar 92,0
  • 69 – Rhône – Lyon 95,5
  • 70 – Haute-Saône – Vesoul 99,5
  • 71 – Saône-et-Loire – Mâcon 80,7
  • 72 – Sarthe – Le Mans 93,9
  • 73 – Savoie – Chambéry 60,6
  • 74 – Haute-Savoie – Annecy 78,2
  • 75 – Paris – Paris 103,0
  • 76 – Seine-Maritime – Rouen 91,4
  • 77 – Seine-et-Marne – Melun 99,5
  • 78 – Yvelines – Versailles 100,0
  • 79 – Deux-Sèvres – Niort 69,5
  • 80 – Somme – Amiens 87,9
  • 81 – Tarn – Albi 88,2
  • 82 – Tarn-et-Garonne – Montauban 80,3
  • 83 – Var – Toulon 44,8
  • 84 – Vaucluse – Avignon 52,2
  • 85 – Vendée – La Roche-sur-Yon 61,3
  • 86 – Vienne – Poitiers 56,0
  • 87 – Haute-Vienne – Limoges 65,5
  • 88 – Vosges – Épinal 82,3
  • 89 – Yonne – Auxerre 82,8 ,
  • 90 – Territory of Belfort – Belfort 76,3
  • 91 – Essonne – Évry 97,8
  • 92 – Hauts-de-Seine – Nanterre 97,8
  • 93 – Seine – Saint-Denis – Bobigny 121,8
  • 94 – Val-de-Marne – Créteil 111,8
  • 95 – Val-d’Oise – Cergy-Pontoise 134,0
  • 971 – Guadeloupe – Basse-Terre 63,2
  • 972 – Martinique – Fort-de-France 21,2
  • 973 – Guyana – Cayenne 311,0
  • 974 – Reunion – Saint-Denis 135,6
  • 976 — Mayotte — Dzaoudzi 9,3

Source

Incidence rate department France

 
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