Incidence rate on the rise: 32 French departments with more than 2,500 cases per 100,000 inhabitants

By Julie M. Photos by My B. Posted on January 11, 2022 at 7:21 p.m.

While the coronavirus epidemic is still circulating in France and the government is talking about the 5th wave, the incidence rate jumps again and exceeds, this Tuesday, January 11, 2022, 2,790.03 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Here is the list of areas where the virus circulates the most.

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According to the latest data, 79.40% of French people received at least one vaccine dose, they are 77.60% to be fully vaccinated. However, this is still not enough and the coronavirus epidemic continues to progress in France. the incidence rate in France reached 2,790.03 cases per 100,000 inhabitants on Saturday, January 8, 2022 (consolidated data).

While, since the end of the summer vacation, France had experienced an epidemic improvement. The indicators gradually rise and alert the authorities again. This Tuesday, January 11, 2022, 32 French departments, including Paris and all the departments of Île de France, are above the threshold of 2,500 cases per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 7 days.

Discrepancies were noted in SI-DEP between the data received by Public Health France today and those observed in the territories at the departmental level. The agency temporarily suspends the publication of epidemiological indicators at the departmental level. Investigations are underway with all the players involved in the data production chain with the aim of restoring them as soon as possible. We thank everyone who uses these indicators on a daily basis for their understanding.

The data below was last updated on Tuesday, January 11, 2022. They may not be up to date.

here is list of departments where the virus circulates the most in France :

  • 01 – Ain – Bourg-en-Bresse 2.674,0
  • 02 – Aisne – Laon 1.892,6
  • 03 – Allier – Mills 1.651,3
  • 04 – Alpes-de-Haute-Provence – Digne-les-Bains 2.089,0
  • 05 — Hautes-Alpes — Gap 2.827,4
  • 06 — Alpes-Maritimes — Nice 2.822,2
  • 07 – Ardèche – Privas 2.292,9
  • 08 – Ardennes – Charleville-Mézières 2.081,5
  • 09 – Ariège – Foix 1.609,6
  • 10 – Aube – Troyes 1.997,4
  • 11 – Aude – Carcassonne 2.131,4
  • 12 – Aveyron – Rodez 2.100,9
  • 13 – Bouches-du-Rhône – Marseille 2.781,9
  • 14 – Calvados – Caen 2.062,5
  • 15 – Cantal – Aurillac 1.602,8
  • 16 – Charente – Angoulême 1.391,2
  • 17 – Charente-Maritime – La Rochelle 1.752,8
  • 18 – Cher – Bourges 1.723,0
  • 19 – Corrèze – Tulle 1.769,2
  • 2A – Corse-du-Sud – Ajaccio 2.524,9
  • 2B – Haute-Corse – Bastia 2.762,0
  • 21 – Côte-d’Or – Dijon 2.390,2
  • 22 – Côtes-d’Armor – Saint-Brieuc 1.797,4
  • 23 – Creuse – Gueret 1.638,4
  • 24 – Dordogne – Périgueux 1.720,4
  • 25 – Doubs – Besançon 2.341,6
  • 26 – Drôme – Valence 2.436,6
  • 27 – Eure – Évreux 2.385,3
  • 28 – Eure-et-Loir – Chartres 2.639,1
  • 29 – Finistère – Quimper 1.777,5
  • 30 – Gard – Nîmes 2.013,4
  • 31 – Haute-Garonne – Toulouse 2.701,5
  • 32 – Gers – Also 1.581,2
  • 33 – Gironde – Bordeaux 2.468
  • 34 – Hérault – Montpellier 2.538,3
  • 35 – Ille-et-Vilaine – Rennes 2.504,1
  • 36 – Indre – Châteauroux 1.425,8
  • 37 – Indre-et-Loire – Tours 2.245,7
  • 38 – Isère – Grenoble 3.246,3
  • 39 – Jura – Lons-le-Saunier 2.045,8
  • 40 – Landes – Mont-de-Marsan 2.235,6
  • 41 – Loir-et-Cher – Blois 1.692,0
  • 42 – Loire – Saint-Étienne 2.985,3
  • 43 – Haute-Loire – Le Puy-en-Velay 2.247,7
  • 44 – Loire-Atlantique – Nantes 2.438,8
  • 45 – Loiret – Orleans 2.290,3
  • 46 — Lot — Cahors 1.481,2
  • 47 – Lot-et-Garonne – Agen 1.427,0
  • 48 – Lozère – Mende 1.533,7
  • 49 – Maine-et-Loire – Angers 2.210,6
  • 50 – Manche – Saint-Lô 1.679,3
  • 51 – Marne – Châlons-en-Champagne 2.517,6
  • 52 – Haute-Marne – Chaumont 1.632,5
  • 53 – Mayenne – Laval 2.060,8
  • 54 – Meurthe-et-Moselle – Nancy 1.970,6
  • 55 – Meuse – Bar-le-Duc 1.650,5
  • 56 – Morbihan – Vannes 2.070,2
  • 57 – Moselle – Metz 1.892,8
  • 58 – Nièvre – Nevers 1.754,5
  • 59 – North – Lille 2.395,5
  • 60 – Oise – Beauvais 3.064,0
  • 61 – Orne – Alençon 1.712,5
  • 62 – Pas-de-Calais – Arras 1.781,9
  • 63 – Puy-de-Dome – Clermont-Ferrand 2.238,9
  • 64 – Pyrénées-Atlantiques – Pau 2.852,7
  • 65 – Hautes-Pyrénées – Tarbes 2.170,7
  • 66 – Pyrénées-Orientales – Perpignan 2.490,0
  • 67 – Bas-Rhin – Strasbourg 3.055,5
  • 68 – Haut-Rhin – Colmar 2.253,9
  • 69 – Rhône – Lyon 3.456,1
  • 70 – Haute-Saône – Vesoul 1.618,8
  • 71 – Saône-et-Loire – Mâcon 1.970,2
  • 72 – Sarthe – Le Mans 2.425,3
  • 73 – Savoie – Chambéry 3.973,7
  • 74 – Haute-Savoie – Annecy 4.097,4
  • 75 – Paris – Paris 4.045,5
  • 76 – Seine-Maritime – Rouen 2.707,8
  • 77 – Seine-et-Marne – Melun 3.941,0
  • 78 – Yvelines – Versailles 3.471,2
  • 79 – Deux-Sèvres – Niort 1.520,3
  • 80 – Somme – Amiens 1.876,4
  • 81 – Tarn – Albi 1.820,3
  • 82 – Tarn-et-Garonne – Montauban 1.697,9
  • 83 – Var – Toulon 2.461,8
  • 84 – Vaucluse – Avignon 2.131,6
  • 85 – Vendée – La Roche-sur-Yon 1.814,9
  • 86 – Vienne – Poitiers 1.994,1
  • 87 – Haute-Vienne – Limoges 1.707,0
  • 88 – Vosges – Épinal 1.739,8
  • 89 – Yonne – Auxerre 2.374,9 ,
  • 90 – Territory of Belfort – Belfort 2.412,5
  • 91 – Essonne – Évry 4.209,2
  • 92 – Hauts-de-Seine – Nanterre 3.829,7
  • 93 – Seine – Saint-Denis – Bobigny 4.242,7
  • 94 – Val-de-Marne – Créteil 4.075,3
  • 95 – Val-d’Oise – Cergy-Pontoise 4.429,6
  • 971 – Guadeloupe – Basse-Terre 3.302,9
  • 972 – Martinique – Fort-de-France 2.023,7
  • 973 – Guyana – Cayenne 3.664,0
  • 974 – Reunion – Saint-Denis 2.580,8
  • 976 — Mayotte — Dzaoudzi 2.508,3

To follow every day thechange in incidence rate by department :

Incidence rate by department in FranceIncidence rate by department in FranceIncidence rate by department in France Incidence rate by department as of Tuesday January 11, 2022 in France
The incidence rate by department is an indicator to be monitored very closely in order to follow the evolution of the epidemic. We discover together the incidence rates of each department as of Tuesday, January 11, 2022. [Lire la suite]

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