France Covid map ICU bed occupancy rate per region as of Wednesday 19 January 2022

Published by Julie M., Rizhlaine F. · Updated on 19 January 2022 at 20h15 · Published on 8 May 2020 at 18h13
We keep on monitoring data as for the coronavirus situation in France closely. As of Wednesday 19 January 2022, 76.16% of ICU beds are taken in France.

As for the evolution of the situation on Wednesday 19 January 2022, there are +436,167 new cases confirmed. Therefore 15,175,464 people have been infected by coronavirus since the epidemic started in France. +231 people have died since the latest report in France, totalling 127,869 deaths including 100,570 (+231) at the hospital and 27,299 (0) in nursing homes. At least 53,659,375 people have been given at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine in France.

As of Sunday 16 January 2022, the incidence rate, that is to say the number of patients with RT-PCR+ test for 100,000 inhabitants per week reached 3,098.2. The R, representing the average amount of people contaminated by each person infected by COVID-19, reached 1.27. The occupancy rate of ICU beds in France reaches 76.16% as of Wednesday 19 January 2022. 25.44% of tests performed in France are positive over the past seven days.

ICU beds occupancy rate per region as of Wednesday 19 January 2022:

Mainland France:

  • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes : 86.9 %
  • Bourgogne–Franche-Comté : 81.3 %
  • Centre-Val de Loire : 63.3 %
  • Corse : 116.7 %
  • Grand Est : 56.6 %
  • Hauts de France : 62.6 %
  • Ile-de-France : 83.3 %
  • Normandie : 53.8 %
  • Nouvelle-Aquitaine : 57.5 %
  • Occitanie : 78.3 %
  • Pays de la Loire : 57.5 %
  • Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur : 104.1 %

Overseas territories:

  • Martinique : 153.8 %
  • Réunion : 169.2 % 
  • Guadeloupe : 63.0 %
  • Guyane : 123.1 %
  • Mayotte : 133.3 %

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