US News COVID-19. Three figures that show that the 5th wave is "dazzling" in France
COVID-19: Austria is prepared to confine the non-vaccinated
© Georg Hochmuth / Pool / APA Pool / EPA Austria, containment, non-vaccinated, vaccine, Covid-19, A Lexander Schallenberg, Austrian Chancellor, announced, on Friday, November 12, which he was about to decree the confinement of non-vaccinated persons and patients not yet cured as part of a return of COVID-19. To do this, he still awaits the green light of the Austrian parliament, which should take place on Sunday, November 14.
Gabriel Attal, spokesman of the government, alerted this Sunday, November 21 on the 5th Wave of Covid-19, which he described as "dazzling". Progression of the number of cases, rising hospitalizations, closed classes: we take stock of what the numbers of the suddenness of this new wave say.
What are the indicators that make it possible to assert it? Contaminations, hospitalizations, number of closed classes, we take stock of the numbers of
Austria, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands ... View the magnitude of the civid-19 wave in some European countries
in the center of Europe, the number of contaminations increases at an alarming rate, binding on authorities to take restrictive measures. The World Health Organization had warned early November that Europe would become back to the center of the CVIV-19 epidemic, with a very worrying pace of transmission. This is already the case, while winter has not yet started, in many countries, which adopt restriction measures against the outbreak of contaminations.
1. The number of new cases up 81% on seven days
Saturday 20 November,on seven slippery days, the number of daily cases was 17,153, compared with 9,458 on the previous Saturday. This represents an increase of 81%.
Guillaume Rozier, founder ofnoted that for three weeks, the rate of growth of weekly cases is above 20%.
The definition of an exponential is: "Constant growth rate".
The weekly growth rate has remained above 20% over the last 3 weeks, growth can be considered exponential.- grz (@Guillaumerozier)
video. France - New Zealand: Relive the Haka of All Blacks
© Franck Fife / AFP The New Zealanders realized their traditional haka before confronting France. The XV of France receives the All Blacks at the Stade de France, this Saturday night (21 h), for the last game of the autumn tour. A two-year native life-size test of the 2023 World Cup, which allowed the 80,000 spectators to revel in the Haka. We can have seen it a thousand times, we are always so impressed.
According to the latest figures, which exclude 11 November, between 12 and 18 November, it climbs to 171.5, an increase of 68 % in one week. A level that had not been reached since August. As a reminder, the alert threshold is set at 50.
2. Admissions to the hospital up 49% over one week
The increase in the number of CVIV-19 cases begins to have concrete consequences to the hospital.
This Sunday, November 21, the average number of admissions at the seven-day hospital is 49% higher than a week ago. This increase is 31% with respect to critical care admission.
Evolution in one week (21 November):
• Daily Hospitalizations: + 49%
• Daily Critical Care Admissions: + 31%
• Patients Hospitalized: + 13%
• Critical Care Patients: + 11%
• Daily Deaths at Hospital: + 34%
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Coronavirus: The Pandemic Point
© APA / AFP N Objects Measures, new balance sheets and highlights: One point on the latest developments in the CVIV-19 pandemic in the world. Austria reconfins in an electric climate Austria is officially confined since Monday, its 8.9 million inhabitants having, on paper, the prohibition to go out, except for shopping, sports or for medical care. It is possible to go to the office and to deposit children at school but the authorities have called upon keeping them at home.
This increase in admissions brings the total number of people hospitalized Due to COVID-19 to go beyond the 8,000 mark, for the first time since the end of September.
3. The number of closed classes jumped
elsewhere, 4,048 classes are currently closed in France. It is much less than in April (more than 11,000) and represent only 0.8% of the total classes in France, but it is the most important rate encountered since September --
and this figure is expected to increase again, as stressed by the Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer, "As every time in the periods that follow the holidays" . In total, 28 school structures are closed because of the pandemic across the country.
A total of 10,962 COVID-19 cases have been counted in students over the last seven days (out of 12.2 million students). A figure that has tripled compared to October 22 when they were 3,620. Same observation among national education staff, including 776 cases (on 1.2 million people), compared with 257 at the end of October.
Miss France 2022: Who is Cécile Wolfrom, elected Miss Alsace 2021? .
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