US News Coronavirus in Toulouse: A one-week reprieve before a possible switch to the scarlet zone

23:10  01 october  2020
23:10  01 october  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

Covid-19: the main measures announced by Olivier Véran

 Covid-19: the main measures announced by Olivier Véran Faced with the increase in Covid-19 cases, many measures have been taken and announced by the Minister of Health Olivier Véran. © Abacapress.com Maximum alert zone Maximum alert zones (more than 250 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, 100 per 100,000 in "elderly people, 30% of Covid patients in intensive care units) Concerned Wednesday evening : Aix-Marseille and Guadeloupe Measures: - Total closure of bars and restaurants - Closure of all establishments open to the public unless there is a strict h

Toulouse does not switch this Thursday to a crisis zone. The authorities are giving themselves time to see if the recent restrictions have worked

Un homme porte un masque de protection contre le coronavirus sur la place du Capitole, à Toulouse. Illustration. © Frédéric Scheiber / 20 Minutes A man wears a protective mask against the coronavirus on the Place du Capitole, in Toulouse. Drawing. EPIDEMIA - Toulouse does not fall into a crisis zone this Thursday. The authorities are giving themselves time to see if the recent restrictions have worked

No new Covid restriction for Toulouse residents this week. The Pink City is one of the territories which, according to Olivier Véran , could "switch to the maximum alert zone" next week if the measures already taken "do not produce their effect". Thursday's video interview between Prime Minister Jean Castex and the mayor of the Pink City resulted in a status quo, even if it is fragile. “Appointment is made in a week. Except in the event of a sudden worsening of an indicator, "Jean-Luc Moudenc (LR) told La Dépêche du Midi.

Guy Roux: "The TFC opened the championship with a CFA team"

 Guy Roux: © Supplied by Sofoot To lose football club. Two small points in four days and no victory in almost a year: the dynamics of TFC left something to be desired when it came time to challenge Auxerre this Saturday. The opportunity for Guy Roux to give his opinion on the club of the pink city. " This summer, he didn't have a team anymore. Toulouse must rebuild one, the TFC opened the championship with a formation of CFA , let go of the legendary coach of AJA in La Dépêche .

The new measures - including the closure of bars at 10 p.m. and that of sports halls - only came into effect on Monday. Indeed, it is difficult to say after just a few days whether they have borne fruit.

Two out of three indicators in the red

One certainty, however, Toulouse and its metropolis already meet two conditions to switch to scarlet on the maps. The incidence rate of the virus is, according to the regional health agency, 261 cases per 100,000 inhabitants while the threshold is set at 250. In people aged over 65, it reaches 137.4 (for a threshold at 100).

The only reassuring indicator is the rate of Covid patients in intensive care beds in the region, at 19% for the moment (for a threshold of 30%). There is no reason that it does not increase with the number of cases even if there is a lag effect of one to two weeks. Toulouse is therefore suspended.

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Covid-19: Grenoble, Lille, Lyon and Saint-Etienne switch to maximum alert zone .
This classification, already valid for Aix-Marseille, Paris and Guadeloupe, involves reinforced health measures. It could be decided for Toulouse and Montpellier. © afp.com/PHILIPPE HUGUEN Several cities, such as Lille, go into maximum alert zone from October 10. Lyon, Lille, Grenoble, Saint-Etienne ... As expected , these four large cities will switch from Saturday to the maximum alert zone due to the deterioration of the indicators of the Covid-19 epidemic .

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