Covid-19: the incidence rate drops below the alert threshold in Eure-et-Loir and the region

Covid-19: the incidence rate drops below the alert threshold in Eure-et-Loir and the region
Covid-19: the incidence rate drops below the alert threshold in Eure-et-Loir and the region

An incidence rate falls below the alert threshold

(Number of people tested positive for the first time in more than 60 days compared to the size of the population; it is stopped at D-3 and calculated on the sum of the number of new people tested positive in the last 7 days.)

In Centre-Val de Loire, there are 41.40 positive cases per 100,000 inhabitants during the period from January 16 to 22, 2023. A rate in free fall, which falls below the alert threshold set at 50 per 100,000. In details :

  • 48.40 in Eure-et-Loir (against 59.10);
  • 33.90 in Indre-et-Loire (against 45.80);
  • 36.20 in Loir-et-Cher (against 49.50);
  • 38.90 in Loiret (against 54.40);
  • 51.20 in the Cher (against 58.30);
  • 51.60 in Indre (against 70.70).

The positivity rate is decreasing

(Number of people who tested positive for the first time in more than 60 days compared to the total number of people who tested positive or negative over a given period, and who never tested positive in the previous 60 days.)

In Centre-Val de Loire, the positivity rate stands at 7.10% during the period from January 16 to 22, 2023, compared to 8.20% the previous week.

Covid-19: a plummeting incidence rate in the Centre-Val de Loire region

The number of patients in intensive care drops sharply

In its bulletin of January 24, the Regional Health Agency reports 35 people in intensive care and critical care in the Centre-Val de Loire, as of January 21, 2023 against 53 people during the previous review. In details :

  • 5 in Eure-et-Loir (9 during the previous assessment);
  • 20 in Loiret (21 during the previous assessment);
  • 8 in Indre-et-Loire (15 during the previous review);
  • 2 in Loir-et-Cher (6 during the previous assessment);
  • 0 in the Cher (2 during the previous assessment);
  • 0 in Indre (0 during the previous assessment).

Conventional hospitalizations

(Hospitalizations now include conventional hospitalizations, care and rehabilitation service (SSR), long-term care unit and psychiatric hospitalizations.)

693 people (compared to 953 last week) are hospitalized, as of January 21, 2023, in the Centre-Val de Loire region :

  • 57 in Eure-et-Loir (90 during the previous review);
  • 291 in Loiret (354 during the previous assessment);
  • 115 in Indre-et-Loire (170 during the previous assessment);
  • 103 in the Cher (161 during the previous assessment);
  • 82 in Loir-et-Cher (155 during the previous assessment);
  • 45 in Indre (85 during the previous assessment).

Death :

From now on, in its bulletin, the ARS no longer indicates the number of deaths linked to Covid-19.

On the testing side:

From January 16 to 22, 2023, on 15,040 people tested in the Centre-Val de Loire region, 1,063 tested positive for Covid-19.

As for vaccines:

As of January 23, 2023, 49.70% of 60+ (eligible regional population), received their 2nd booster dose, i.e. 382,838 people.

Lea Trottier

The article is in French

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