Covid-19. Brittany goes back below the alert threshold

The decline of the Covid-19 epidemic continues in Brittany. As of Friday, September 24, 2021, the incidence rate was close to 45 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, down 18 points compared to last Friday. In one week, 1,357 positive cases were detected in Brittany. We have to go back to early July to find such a low incidence rate across the region.

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Two departments remain above

But all the departments have not yet fallen below this alert threshold. The incidence rate is still 64 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in Ille-et-Vilaine and 53 in Côtes-d’Armor. While he dived at 23 in the Finistère and 37 in the Morbihan.

10 deaths from covid in one week

Since last week, 10 people have still died of the epidemic in Brittany, and hospitals still have 309 people with covid-19, including 30 in intensive care.

The region where people get vaccinated the most in France

With 80.7% of the Breton population having received at least one dose of vaccine, the region remains in the lead of those where people are vaccinated the most in France, ahead of Normandy (79.95%).


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