The mortality toll from Covid-19 has surpassed 3,000 since the outbreak began in Seine-Saint-Denis. Despite the fact that the Covid-19 pandemic has been significantly reduced, the removal of the necessary mask in transportation on Monday, May 16, 2022, does not mark the end of the pandemic. It has killed over 3,000 people in Seine-Saint-Denis since it began in March 2020.
Seine-Saint-Denis is one of the departments with the highest number of fatalities. The symbolic threshold of 3,000 Covid-19 deaths was crossed on April 9. According to Public Health France, the total number of deaths as of May 13 was 3,031 persons. Following Paris, Hauts-de-Seine, Val-de-Marne, Nord, Rhône, and Bouches-du-Rhône, Seine-Saint-Denis is one of France’s most impacted departments.
Covid-19 has killed around 118,000 people in the United States. Thirty-one of the 748 hospitalizations were classified as critical. As of May 13, 748 patients had been admitted to hospitals in Seine-Saint-Denis after testing positive for the virus that has been ravaging the country for over two years.
Thirty-one of those admitted to the hospital are very ill, needing the usage of a hundred beds. The intensive care unit occupancy rate has been stable at roughly 30%.
The spread of the virus among the general population is slowing. Seine-Saint-Denis, like the rest of the country, is seeing a considerable decrease in the number of cases detected in the general population. The department’s incidence rate of 193 incidents per 100,000 inhabitants is the lowest since November 2021.
0.60 is the effective reproduction rate (the number of people infected by a positive person). On average, a positive under the 1 bar infects less than one person. The adult population of Seine-Saint-Denis is fully vaccinated in 83 percent of cases.