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Since the arrival of the corona virus in France, government services (Public Health France and Data.gouv.fr) have been monitoring the epidemic on a daily basis using key indicators that are updated day by day. Find confirmed cases, deaths, hospitalized and intensive care patients, new admissions, positive rate and incidence … Full update below. The Govt-19 figures below are updated daily from 7pm to 9pm.
Here is the latest official data Covid-19 in France According to daily reports Public Health France And Data.gouv, Based on SI-DEP tests, clinical data and feedback from medical-community organizations, including nursing homes. Many details are necessary to fully understand these figures. They are described below the table:
The number of Govt-19 injuries, deaths, hospitalizations, resuscitation and recovery was higher or lower than in the previous report (usually the previous day). According to the Daily Reports of Public Health France and Data.gouv, the latest data are available in France:
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From the daily data on the corona virus in France, we have developed several curves that allow us to monitor the evolution of the virus based on the number of confirmed cases, the number of hospital admissions and the number of patients in intensive care, the number of hospital deaths and the total number. The number of deaths and returnees, combined for healing.
For each map, the curve represents the total (e.g. total cases, current hospital admissions) bars corresponding to daily changes (hospital reserves added each day, new deaths, etc.).
Details of the number of cases: As Public Health France notes, “data vary greatly depending on screening activities (e.g. reduction of activities on weekends) and time taken to retrieve results” (typically 24 to 48 hours). Several changes in the method of identifying positive tests may have disrupted the calculation of cases:
- The government and Public Health France changed the method of collecting data on test results in mid-May 2020 SI-DEP Project. Figures recorded before and after May 13, 2020 are not fully comparable. Both the size and nature of the experiments performed have changed significantly. From a few thousand trials, France has gone to more than 1 million trials every week, and then at the beginning of November 2020 it was 2 million, inevitably affecting the statistics. In addition, at the height of the first wave, in March / April 2020, the trials were mainly focused on critically ill individuals, generally admitted to the hospital and excluded all asymptomatic or minor patients. The actual number of Covit-19 cases in France was significantly higher than the number of confirmed cases during this period.
- From mid-November 2020, the number of positive tests, Results of antigenic tests, in addition to PCR tests.
- Copies edited by Public Health France on May 20, 2021. Although there have been more than 5.9 million cases in France since the outbreak, the figure has been revised to nearly 5.57 million, or 348,846 fewer cases. The most visible correction in the curve above. Others “Incidents” about the flow of data have been reported several times by the Public Health France.
Description of hospital admission: We need to clearly differentiate here the evolution of an immediate T and the total number of patients admitted to a new hospital, in other words, new admissions (total) to the hospital each day. In one case, it is a reserve, which takes into account admissions, but is discharged from the hospital (curing or death). In another, we are only talking about those who are newly admitted to the hospital or intensive care unit with covid disease in one day. On weekends, hospital data is sometimes extracted from Geodes site Public health is French and not integrated data.
Explanation of death toll: From May 2020, Public Health France will no longer update the Nursing Home report on a daily basis. This estimate was re-consolidated each week at the end of the summer, and then several times a week and finally confirmed at a rate of once or twice a week. So, to be independent of the maps, we first wanted to eliminate the daily number of deaths in nursing homes. At the request of many readers, from November 13, 2020, we will again show updates on deaths in nursing homes (dark gray stripes), which cause artificial peaks during updates. Since mid-March 2020 public health France has reported numerous errors and corrections in data, sometimes leading to generally overestimation following negative trends in mortality.
The Ministry of Health compiles a series of statistics on the progress of Govt-19 in the country from source data. Four important indicators are given below: positive rate of RT-PCR tests, incidence rate, number of effective breeds and aggression rate of intensive care beds. If the first and last are easily understood (the percentage of positive tests in the total number of tests performed and the percentage of intensive care beds occupied according to the initial capabilities of the country), the other two deserve a definition.
Event rate, Referred to by the second curve, which is considered to be the main indicator of the virulence of the virus. This is the number of new cases of corona virus detected by PCR testing in the last 7 days. This number is related to the number of inhabitants, which is expressed as a rate per 100,000 population.
Breeding Name (R) Corresponds to the average number of victims per patient. If this number is higher than 1, then on average one person with Covit-19 disease affects more than one person, which means that the disease is progressing.
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Details about Positive Rate and Event Rate: Public Health France changed its calculation method on December 8, 2020 with its key indicators of event rate and test positive rate. The inclusion of antigenic tests in the first indicator mechanically elevated the results of the calculation. The event went from 86 cases per 100,000 people in France to more than 100 cases per 100,000 citizens in our curves above. The positive ratio has fallen sharply: although it appears to have stagnated about 10.7% in the previous days, it has fallen more than 4 points. This method comes from the number of negative tests: the same person performed multiple tests within 60 days and if these were negative, each of them will now be counted. Previously, if a person was tested negative several times in a row for 60 consecutive days, only the first test would count. His condition changed only when he got a positive test.
Public Health France explained In a press release This new calculation method is more accurate because it takes into account the “spread of the virus in the tested population”. “Today, as the epidemic continues, it is common for the same person to undergo multiple tests, especially when previous tests have been negative. In addition, knowledge has developed and there is a risk of re-infection, which is considered very weak today, but is possible after 60. days, should be identified,” The company writes.
Many maps and maps have been prepared by scientists and recognized journals in an effort to monitor the course of the epidemic as closely as possible. Corona virus in the world Compare the evolution of Kovit-19 in different affected countries. Of these curves, the most complete are those created using data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States. These data are specifically reproduced by the Financial Times, Google Studio and many more daily updates. For our part, since mid-April, we have been operating on the basis of data and maps provided by the site. Our world in data, A joint project of researchers from the University of Oxford and the NGO Global Change Data Lab. These curves and this map show the number of cases and deaths compared to the population, i.e. 1 million people.
Curve of corona exposure per million:
Corona virus death toll per million chart:
At a time when governments’ management of epidemics and their decisions provoke many comparisons and lively debates, it is really questionable to focus on the total number of “total” deaths in each country. Reducing the number of deaths per population should eliminate the population weight of each country, but on the other hand it does not destroy the age pyramids, which sometimes make very significant differences from one country to another.
The other advantage of the curves and maps of our world in the data plan is that they take into account the time delay from the onset of the epidemic from one country to another. According to the charts, the number starts from the day 5 deaths were recorded in the country (day 0 on the x axis) to the first case or even the 100th case or deaths detected in the region.
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