What is the situation in Île-de-France? As the coronavirus epidemic is experiencing an increase of infections in several French regions, the search for clusters goes on to control the spread of covid-19.
In Île-de-France - one of the most hit areas in France - the amount of clusters changes daily. In order to follow the situation, every week, the Agence Régionale de Santé - the local health agency - gives us details per department as of the active clusters in the Parisian area.
Since May 8, 2020 the day the containment exit started in France, 351 clusters have been detected. As of September 17, 2020, 61 more than the week before have been reported. Even though the trend slowed down for a few weeks, it is now increasing again. These clusters are mostly detected in private and public companies (32.5%), in health facilities (15.4%), in school and university environment (13.4%), as well as social and integration accomodations (10.3%).
All in all, per department:
81 clusters have been reported in Paris (75) → 18 more than the week before
29 in Seine-et-Marne (77) → 6 more than the week before
37 in Yvelines (78) → 4 more than the week before
33 in Essonne (91) → 3 more than the week before
41 in Hauts-de-Seine (92) → 14 more than the week before
39 in Seine-Saint-Denis (93) → 7 more than the week before
43 in Val-de-Marne (94) → 5 more than the week before
30 in Val d'Oise (95) → 4 more than the week before
As for the situation in France:
Coronavirus: 1,091 clusters investigated in France as of September 24, 2020
As of Thursday September 24, 2020, France reports 1,091 coronavirus clusters currently being investigated, including 95 new ones over 24 hours. 101 departments in 104 are position of vigilance, and 69 departments have an incidence rate over 50 for 100,000 and are therefore in red area, and 14 of them are in "scarlet area".