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Confinement: where is it having the greatest impact?
The heatmaps below show daily percentage change since Oct 28 2020 for
rea%_depin the 96 mainland France departments.
Departments appear in descending order: the department with the greatest decrease or increase since confinement began is the first listed.
To make sure changes in incidence rate aren’t simply due to changes in testing volume, the % change in incidence rate shown here is the net change, after subtracting % change in testing rate.
Note the color scale to the right of each heatmap: it varies for each.
Dec 8 Data note: as of today, incidence rates (
incid_70+) shown here include BOTH antigen and PCR test results. Moreover, Santé Publique France has also changed how it counts total number of tests for the same individual over time. Details here
Incidence rate % decreases
Incidence rate % increases
Elderly incidence rate % decreases
Elderly incidence rate % increases
ICU saturation % decreases
ICU saturation % increases
The first row is something of an outlier, with such a giant increase that the still-large increases elsewhere literally pale in comparison.
Also, Deux-Sèvres is the department with the 2nd-lowest number of ICU beds per 100k population: 2.08. For comparison, the highest numbers (in Territoire du Belfort & Paris) are above 17 beds per 100k population.