Covid-19 – The Delta variant on the way to becoming dominant in France, we take stock of the departments where it circulates the most

Covid-19 – The Delta variant on the way to becoming dominant in France, we take stock of the departments where it circulates the most
Covid-19 – The Delta variant on the way to becoming dominant in France, we take stock of the departments where it circulates the most

Among the mutations that worry the most, the L452R mutation is now the most detected among the three since, as Public Health France explains, this week.

Out of the 8111 RT-PCR and antigen tests over the last seven days, the L452R mutation, therefore corresponding to the Delta variant, was found in 20.5% of the screening PCRs. And despite a still declining number of cases in mainland France, the “proportion of the Delta variant detected among the diagnosed cases was increasing, with great departmental heterogeneity” reported Santé Publique France in its July 1 update. Hence the fears expressed by epidemiologists, to see it spread rapidly by next fall, and to be the trigger for the fourth wave.

According to the indicators, the Landes department is the one that is the most affected, reaching 81% of tests screened with the L452R mutation. Followed by the Somme with 77.7% and the Loir-et-Cher with 76.9%.

Landes: 81.4%, Somme: 77.7%, Loir-et-Cher: 76.9%, Haute-Savoie: 65%, Jura: 61.2%, Alpes-Maritimes: 57%, Hauts-de- Seine: 49.6%, Calvados: 47%, Isère: 46.2%, Bas-Rhin: 45.7%, Moselle: 42.9%, Drôme: 42.4%, Paris: 38.7%, Var : 38.6%, Charente-Maritime: 38.2%, Doubs: 37.5%, Vaucluse: 36.4%, Indre-et-Loire: 36.4%, Savoie: 35.5%, Loire-Atlantique : 34.3%, Ille-et-Vilaine: 31.7%, Seine-Saint-Denis: 31.7%, Seine-et-Marne: 31.2%, Gironde: 31%, Ain: 30.9% , Deux-Sèvres: 30.4%, Bouches-du-Rhône: 29.4%, Côte-d’Or: 27.7%, Val-de-Marne: 25.6%, Vienne: 25%, Pas- de-Calais: 24.8%, Rhône: 23.9%, Val-d’Oise: 23.5%, Puy-de-Dôme: 23%, Côtes-d’Armor: 22.6%, Aisne: 22 , 5%, Yvelines: 20.8%, Meurthe-et-Moselle: 20.5%, Tarn: 18.9%, Mayenne: 18.4%, Hérault: 18.4%, Essonne: 17.6%, North: 17.4%, Oise: 17%, Seine-Maritime: 16.7%, Pyrénées-Atlantiques: 16.7%, Maine-et-Loire: 15.8%, Morbihan: 15.6%, Haute- Garonne: 14.3%, Finistère: 12.9%, Sarthe: 12.5%, Haut-Rhin: 12.4%, Law re: 12.2%, Pyrénées-Orientales: 12%, Manche: 11.9%, Loiret: 11.2%, Gard: 11.1%, Vendée: 10.3%, Eure: 9.8%, Saône-et-Loire: 9.4%, Marne: 8 , 2%, Reunion: 2%, Guyana: 0.4%, Martinique: 0%

 
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