According to the latest data, 79.40% of the French have been given at least one dose of the vaccine, and 77.60% of them are fully vaccinated. And yet, it is still not enough and the coronavirus epidemic keeps growing in France. As of Saturday January 8, 2022, the incidence rate in France reaches 2,790.03 for 100,000 inhabitants (consolidated data).
Therefore, since the summer vacations ended, France has been experiencing an epidemic improvement. Indicators are slowly increasing, making authorities worried again. As of Tuesday January 11, 2022, 32departments in France, including Paris and the entire Île-de-FRance, are once again above the threshold of 2,500 cases for 100,000 inhabitants over the past 7 days.
Gaps have been reported in SI-DEP between data collected by Santé Publique France to date and those reported in areas on the departmental level. The agency temporarily stops the release of epidemiologic indicators on a departmental scale. Investigations are going on, involving all actors working in the data's production chain in order to update them as soon as possible. We thank everyone using these indicators daily for their understanding.
Data below have been last updated on Tuesday January 11, 2022. They can be outdated.
Here are departments the virus spreads the most in France:
To follow the evolution of the incidence rate per department on a daily basis:
Incidence rate in France as of Sunday 16 January 2022
As France is on curfew from 6 p.m., the incidence rate by department remains an indicator to monitor very closely to know more about the evolution of the epidemic. As a matter of fact, even though departments exceeding the threshold of 200 positive cases for 100,000 inhabitants were first to make new measures to fight against the spread of the epidemic, including implementing extended curfew, brought forward to 6 p.m., the entire country now has to comply with the measure until the situation improves. Here are the incidence rates in each department as of Sunday 16 January 2022. [Read more]