Coronavirus: how many hospitalizations and how many deaths in Paris?

Every day, Public Health France publishes the figures on the evolution of the coronavirus epidemic in France and in the departments. These data are transmitted by each hospital daily.

The deaths mentioned by Santé Publique France only occurred in the hospital system. These figures do not take into account people who died as a result of Covid-19 in institutions for dependent elderly people (EHPAD) and in their homes.

However, these figures allow us to imagine the evolution of the epidemic day by day in Paris and to compare it with other departments.

How many people still hospitalized in Paris?

On April 29, 2020, the authorities reported 2,348 hospitalizations in Paris.

It’s 100 less than the day before.

In Paris, this is equivalent to 109 hospitalizations per 100,000 inhabitants. By way of comparison, there are 109 hospitalized patients per 100,000 inhabitants in Paris, the most affected French department, and 218 in Ile-de-France, of which Paris is a part.

What is the evolution of the number of people placed in intensive care in Paris?

On the same date, 468 people were still in intensive care after contracting the virus in Paris.

This is 34 fewer people than the day before, April 28, 2020. In Paris, this equates to 2 per 10,000 inhabitants. By way of comparison, this is 2 cases per 10,000 inhabitants in Paris, the French department which has suffered the most deaths, and 3 in Ile-de-France, to which Paris belongs.

1,446 deaths in hospital in Paris

To date, 1446 people have died in the hospital system after contracting Covid-19 in Paris.

On April 29, 2020, 34 more people were reported by the authorities than the day before, in Paris.

This comes down to 7 deaths per 10,000 inhabitants. For reference, there are 7 deaths per 10,000 inhabitants in Paris, the French department having suffered the most deaths, and 12 in Ile-de-France in general.

You can consult all of these figures on the dashboard that we published to follow the evolution of the epidemic by department.

This article was written by the editor and automatically declined for all French departments. It is updated following the publication of data from Public Health France.

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