Coronavirus – Île-de-France: Omicron’s spread per department

Published by Rizhlaine F. · Photos by My B. · Published on 22 May 2022 at 18h30
How is Omicron evolving in Île-de-France? Here is the percentage of spread of this coronavirus variant per department in Paris, Seine-et-Marne, Yvelines, Essonne, Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis, Val-de-Marne and Val d’Oise.

Faced with the coronavirus epidemic, Île-de-France seems very vulnerable. The rise in cases in the Parisian basin breaks records with a skyrocketing incidence rate. The spread of Omicron is very active, hence this swift increase in new contamination cases, especially in Paris. But can we know the evolution of this more contagious data more precisely in the Paris area?

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Data.gouv.fr website enables us to get an idea of the proportion of suspicious Omicron cases per department. These estimations are based on data gathered by Santé Publique France: the proportion of each variant in targeted positive tests as well as the number of positive tests. Those lacking the L452R mutation are related to the Omicron variant.

Percentage of Omicron suspicions in Île-de-France departments as of Tuesday 17 May 2022 :
75 - Paris: 94.76%
91 - Essonne: 96.90%
92 - Hauts-de-Seine: 97.22%
93 - Seine-Saint-Denis: 95.88%
94 - Val-de-Marne: 97.22%
95 - Val-d'Oise: 94.86%
77 - Seine-et-Marne: 97.07%
78 - Yvelines: 96.77%

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Practical information

Official website
www.data.gouv.fr

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