General news | The map of France turns red, the south of Haut-Rhin too

The flu epidemic continues to progress in France, with the territory taking on colors ranging from orange to red depending on the level of incidence of this disease.

According to the Sentinelles network, last week, the national average stood at 324 cases per 100,000 inhabitants against 190 the previous week. The most affected regions are Provence-Alpes-Côte d´Azur (562 cases per 100,000 inhabitants); New Aquitaine (437) and Auvergne Rhône-Alpes (431).

In Alsace, the incidence varies from 170 to 500 and more cases per 100,000 inhabitants, the south of the Haut-Rhin is still the most affected.

The epidemic of gastroenteritis continues its decline with a drop in the notable incidence (142 cases per 100,000 inhabitants against 215 the previous week).

In Alsace, activity is still fairly present in the Bas-Rhin (150 to 200 cases per 100,000 inhabitants) and becomes moderate in the Haut-Rhin (60 to 120).

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