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Attal warns: "The Covid epidemic begins to gain ground"
if it is too early to talk about a 5th wave, according to the spokesperson of the government, the latter shot the bell. alarm facing an increase in cases of contamination. © Copyright 2021, Obs "For a week, the epidemic begins to gain ground. We talk about a very low level but you have to be vigilant. This is the alert launched this Tuesday, October 19 by Gabriel Attal, the spokesman of the government.
"The epidemic recovery is confirmed" in France and begins to feel in the hospital, pointed out this Friday October 29 The France Health Agency France in its weekly point on COVID-19.
During the week of October 18, "the resumption of viral traffic confirmed in metropolis," says the sanitary agency. And besides this increase in infections, "admissions to hospital and critical care are again rising," says Public Health France.
vaccine "at the national level, the rate of incidence [proportion of new cases within the population, NDLR] was again Increasing (+ 14%) "for the week concerned, when it rose to 55 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants, that is to say more than the 50.
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alert threshold the threshold of Alert Exceeded in 44 departments
This threshold of 50 cases per 100,000 population"in 44 metropolitan departments" and is "increasing or stable in all regions". In the week of October 18, it "reached 73 per 100,000 inhabitants in Pays de la Loire (+ 52%) and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (+1%), and 71 in Île-de-France (- - 0.2%).
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throughout the country, "5,276 cases have been Diagnosed per day "on average on the week concerned.
further, "the number of new hospitalizations has increased slightly (1,281, +2%), with a higher increase in the news Admissions to critical care (346, + 12%) ". Currently, some 6,500 COVID patients are hospitalized, including just over 1,000 critical care.
COVID-19: For Arnaud Fontanet, France should "escape" to a saturation of hospitals thanks to the
© Copyright 2021 vaccine, Obs the scientific council member expects a continuation of the rise in contamination. France in the months to come. But immunization coverage and the continuation of its dynamics should preserve it from a saturation of the hospital environment. Arnaud Fontanet had already warned in September: "The epidemic should restart this fall" .
"Maintain high-level barrier gestures"
"In Metropolitan France, the rates of new hospitalizations and critical care admissions [are] increasing or stable in all regions", according to Public Health France. Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Ile-de-France and Pays de la Loire have the highest rates.
In this context of increase, "it is essential to encourage vaccination of non-vaccinated persons against CVIV-19 as well as the recall administration for the aged 65 and more eligible, and to maintain accession to barriers to A high level, "insists the sanitary agency.
Despite these increases, the government hopes that vaccination, which protects from serious forms,. Nearly three-quarters of the French population are completely vaccinated.
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