Coronavirus: Paris exceeds 4,000 cases per 100,000 in incidence rate

By Rizhlaine F., Julie M. Photos by My B. Posted on January 11, 2022 at 7:29 pm

France is now facing a double wave between the delta and omicron variants. In Île-de-France, indicators are breaking records, especially in Paris where the incidence rate has now reached 4,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

In France, l’coronavirus epidemic starts to rise again. Between the Delta variant and the rapid spread of the omicron variant on French territory, the situation is tense. In Ile-de-France the outbreak breaks records. While the region reached 4,430 cases per 100,000 inhabitants on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, Paris now reaches 4,000 cases per 100,000.

On Tuesday January 11, 2022, the capital posted a incidence rate from 4.046. the variant Omicron There would now be a large majority there, which would accelerate the spread ofepidemic in Paris. To monitor daily data related to Omicron in Ile-de-France, we invite you to go to the page below:

Visual Paris Pont des artsVisual Paris Pont des artsVisual Paris Pont des arts Coronavirus: 74.58% of Omicron variant cases suspected in Paris
According to, 74.58% of cases of the Omicron variant were suspected in Paris on Friday January 7, 2022. This mutation would now be largely in the majority in the capital. [Lire la suite]

For comparison, the incidence rate others departments of Île-de-France to Tuesday January 11, 2022 is 4,209 in Essonne, 3,830 in the Hauts-de-Seine, 4,243 in Seine-Saint-Denis, 4,075 in the Val de Marne, 4.430 in the Val d’Oise, 3,941 in Seine et Marne et3.471 in the Yvelines.

To follow the evolution of the situation every day:

Visual Paris Seine Quai Tour EiffelVisual Paris Seine Quai Tour EiffelVisual Paris Seine Quai Tour EiffelVisual Paris Seine Quai Tour Eiffel The incidence rate in Île-de-France this Tuesday, January 11, 2022
The health authorities continue to monitor the incidence rate of each department as a determining criterion to know whether the measures should be tightened, or lightened. To make life easier for Ile-de-France residents, here is the map of the incidence rate by department in the Île-de-France region and in Paris for Tuesday January 11, 2022, determined from data provided by the government. [Lire la suite]

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