Tuesday September 14, 2021, the Regional Health Agency counts 389 people hospitalized in Normandy, it is a little less than during the census of the previous week.
New assessment for the Regional Health Agency (ARS), as of Tuesday September 14, 2021, 389 people are hospitalized according to the balance sheet figures of the Covid-19 in Normandy. 53 people are in intensive care. They were 389 hospitalized and 53 in intensive care on September 6.
Tuesday, September 14, the regional incidence (virus activity) now goes below the alert threshold to reach 47.34 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants (against 65.5 at the last situation update), with a decrease of 27.3% in one week.
As of September 14, 2,632,476 people have received at least one dose and 2,505,533 people are on a full vaccination schedule. In total, 78.9% of eligible Normans are fully vaccinated.
Normandy remains the most vaccinated region in view of the population concerned but also on the vaccination of young people.
The populations eligible for a vaccination booster from September 2021 are as follows: residents of nursing homes and USLDs; people over 65; people at very high risk of severe form; people with serious risk factor pathologies, according to the classification established by the Haute Autorité de santé; severely immunocompromised people; people who have received the Covid-19 Janssen vaccine.
The law of August 5, 2021 devoted to the management of the health crisis provides for the vaccination obligation of people working in the health, social and medico-social sectors, which results in a complete vaccination schedule.
To make an appointment at a vaccination center: via www.sante.fr, or by telephone on 02 79 46 11 56, regional number accessible from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday, or at 0 800 009 110, national toll-free number, from 6 to 10 p.m. 7/7.
Between September 5 and September 11, 119,892 people were tested, 1,564 of whom tested positive. The positivity rate has observed a downward trend in all departments since August 08. It is now 1.3% against 1.72% at the last situation update.
In addition, 33 clusters have been identified in Normandy, including 16 in Seine-Maritime, 8 in Calvados and 3 in Manche, Eure and Orne.
Infographic: follow the evolution of the situation in Normandy