The coronavirus epidemic is breaking out again in France. Between the Delta variant and the swift spread of the Omicron variant in the country, the situation is under pressure. In Île-de-France, the epidemic outbreak is setting records. As the region reaches 4,297 cases for 100,000 inhabitants as of Thursday January 13, 2022, Paris drops below 4,000 cases for 100,000 inhabitants again.
As of Thursday January 13, 2022, the French capital city’s incidence rate reaches 3,899. The Omicron variant is now widely dominant, which speeds up the spread of the epidemic in Paris. To track Omicron-related data in Île-de-France, we invite you to visit the page below:
Coronavirus: 94.76% of Omicron cases suspected in Paris
This Tuesday 17 May 2022, according to Data.gouv.fr, 94.76% of Omicron cases are already suspected in Île-de-France. This mutation is now prevailing in the French capital city. [Read more]
As a comparison, the incidence rate in other Île-de-France departments as of Thursday January 13, 2022, reaches 4,180 in Essonne, 3,715 in Hauts-de-Seine, 4,145 in Seine-Saint-Denis, 3,991 in Val-de-Marne, 4,297 in Val d’Oise, 3,933 in Seine-et-Marne and 3,461 in Yvelines.
To track the daily evolution:
Paris and Île-de-France incidence rate as of Saturday 21 May 2022
In France, the second epidemic wave keeps on spreading in many areas. Curfew has been brought forward to 6 p.m. since January 16, 2021 instead of 8 p.m. Health authorities have set the incidence rate per department as a determining criterion to know if measures should be made harder or easier. To make Île-de-France inhabitants’ life easier, here is the incidence rate map by departments in Paris and Île-de-France as of Saturday 21 May 2022, based on data shared by CovidTracker and Data.gouv. [Read more]