The coronavirus epidemic is breaking records in Paris. As the incidence rate is skyrocketing, especially in young people from 20 to 29, the situation faced with the health crisis is preoccupying in the area. Is this boom in new contaminations caused by the spread of Omicron in the Paris region?
The Parisian basin is badly hit by this variant even more contagious than Delta. According to data.gouv.fr, Omicron could be dominant in Paris. As of January 7, 2022, it is estimated 92.55% of coronavirus cases in Paris show absence of the L452R mutation characterizing the Omicron variant. This estimation is made based on data from Santé Publique France focusing on the proportion of variants in targeted positive tests and the total number of positive tests. This spread is correlated to the evolution of the incidence rate in the capital city.
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As for the other Île-de-France departments (as of Monday January 10, 2022), Omicron is found in 89% of cases in Val d’Oise, 71% in Val de Marne, 91% in Seine-Saint-Denis, 85% in Hauts-de-Seine, 86% in Essonne, 91% in Yvelines and 91% in Seine-et-Marne.
Omicron’s spread per department in France as of Wednesday 19 January 2022
The coronavirus epidemic goes on in France. As of Wednesday 19 January 2022 the Omicron variant is found in 95% of Covid cases in France. Find below the proportion of Omicron cases compared to Delta per department in France. [Read more]