By Rizhlaine F. Photos by My B. Posted Jan 27, 2022 7:15 PM
According to Data.gouv.fr, 98.23% of cases of the Omicron variant were suspected in Paris on Thursday January 27, 2022. This mutation would now be largely the majority in the capital.
A Paris, the circulation of thecoronavirus outbreak breaks records. While the incidence rate is exploding, especially among young people aged 20 to 29, the situation in the face of the health crisis is worrying in the capital. This explosion of new contaminations would it be due to spread of the Omicron variant in the Paris region ?
the paris basin is particularly affected by this variant, which is even more contagious than Delta. According to data.gouv.fr Omicron would already be largely majority in Paris. As of Monday, January 24, 2022, it is estimated that 98.23% of Parisian coronavirus cases presented a absence of the L452R mutation which characterizes the Omicron variant. This estimate was made using data from Public Health France on the proportion of variants in the screened positive tests as well as the total number of positive tests. This progression is correlated with the evolution of the incidence rate in the capital.
Coronavirus: Paris drops below 4,000 cases per 100,000 in incidence rate
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About the other departments of Île-de-France, the Omicron variant come (as of Monday, January 24, 2022) 99% of cases in Val-d’Oise, 97% in Val-de-Marne, 99% in Seine-Saint-Denis, 99% in Hauts-de-Seine , 99% in Essonne, 99% in Yvelines and 99% in Seine-et-Marne.
Omicron: the presence of the covid variant by department in France this Thursday, January 27, 2022
The coronavirus epidemic continues in France. The Omicron variant represents 98% of covid cases in France this Thursday, January 27, 2022. We discover below the proportion of cases of Omicron variant compared to the Delta detected in each department of France. [Lire la suite]