Map of France Coronavirus: vulnerable departments, red and scarlet zone

By Julie M. Posted October 7, 2020 at 7:50 p.m. Updated October 7, 2020 at 8:06 p.m.

Data on the coronavirus situation in France continues to be closely monitored. More and more departments are once again becoming areas of vigilance due to the active circulation of the virus. This Wednesday, October 7, 2020, 67 departments are in a situation of high vulnerability and 74 in the red zone including 10 scarlet and 6 in the maximum alert zone including Paris and the inner suburbs.

Regarding the development of the situation Wednesday, October 7 2020, there is 18.746 new confirmed cases in 24 hours. There is therefore in total at least 653.509 people affected by coronavirus since the start of the epidemic in France. There is, this October 7, 2020, 4.635 new people hospitalized these last 7 days in France, including 919 new patients who were admitted in intensive care. 80 people are deceased in France during the last 24 hours or 32,365 in total.

92 departments are in a situation of vigilance:

Moderate level : 26 departments (Aisne, Allier, Ardèche, Ardennes, Aude, Calvados, Cantal, Charente-Maritime, Deux-Sèvres, Dordogne, Eure, Eure-et-Loir, Haut-Rhin, Haute-Savoie, Haute Saône, Loir et Cher , Lot, Mayotte, Meuse, Moselle, Morbihan, Nièvre, Réunion, Territoire de Belfort, Vendée, Vosges)

High level : 67 departments (Martinique, Guadeloupe (including Saint Martin and St Barthélémy), Ain, Alpes de Haute Provence, Alpes-Maritimes, Ariège, Aube, Aveyron, Bas-Rhin, Bouches-du-Rhône, Charente, Côte d’Or, Corrèze, Corse du Sud, Doubs, Drôme, Essonne, Gard, Gers, Gironde, Guyane, Haute Corse, Hautes Alpes, Haute-Garonne, Haute Loire, Haute-Marne, Hautes Pyrénées, Hauts-de Seine, Haute Vienne, Hérault, Indre -et-Loire, Loiret, Ille-et-Villaine, Isère, Landes, Loire, Loire-Atlantique, Lot et Garonne, Lozère, Maine-et-Loire, Marne, Mayenne, Meurthe et Moselle, Nord, Oise, Paris, Pas -de-Calais, Puy de Dôme, Pyrénées Atlantique, Pyrénées Orientales, Rhône, Savoie, Somme, Sarthe, Seine et Marne, Seine-Maritime, Seine-Saint-Denis, Saône et Loire, Tarn, Tarn-et-Garonne, Val -de-Marne, Val d’Oise, Var, Vaucluse, Vienne, Yonne, Yvelines).

The list of departments in a situation of vigilance on October 7, 2020:

  • 01 —Ain —Bourg-en-Bresse –Vigilance High
  • 02 —Aisne —Laon — Moderate Vigilance
  • 03 —Allier —Moulins — Moderate Vigilance
  • 04 —Alpes-de-Haute-Provence —Digne-les-Bains — High Vigilance
  • 05 —Hautes-Alpes —Gap —Vigilance High
  • 06 —Alpes-Maritimes —Nice —Vigilance High
  • 07 —Ardèche —Privas –Moderate vigilance
  • 08 —Ardennes —Charleville-Mézières — Moderate Vigilance
  • 09 —Ariège —Fix —Vigilance High
  • 10 —Dawn —Troyes —Vigilance High
  • 11 —Aude —Carcassonne —Moderate Vigilance
  • 12 —Aveyron —Rodez —Vigilance High
  • 13 —Bouches-du-Rhône —Marseille — High Vigilance
  • 14 —Calvados —Caen —Vigilance Moderate
  • 15 —Cantal —Aurillac —Moderate vigilance
  • 16 —Charente —Angoulême —High vigilance
  • 17 —Charente-Maritime — La Rochelle —Moderate vigilance
  • 18 —Cher —Bourges —Normal vigilance
  • 19 —Corrèze —Tulle —High vigilance
  • 2A —Corse-du-Sud —Ajaccio —High vigilance
  • 2B —Haute-Corse —Bastia —High vigilance
  • 21 —Côte-d’Or —Dijon —Vigilance High
  • 22 —Côtes-d’Armor —Saint-Brieuc —Normal vigilance
  • 23 —Creuse —Guéret —Normal vigilance
  • 24 —Dordogne —Périgueux —Moderate vigilance
  • 25 —Doubs —Besançon –Vigilance High
  • 26 —Drôme —Valence —High vigilance
  • 27 —Eure —Evreux —Moderate vigilance
  • 28 —Eure-et-Loir —Chartres —Moderate vigilance
  • 29 —Finistry —Quimper —Normal vigilance
  • 30 —Gard —Nîmes —High vigilance
  • 31 —Haute-Garonne —Toulouse —High vigilance
  • 32 —Gers —Also —High vigilance
  • 33 —Gironde —Bordeaux —High vigilance
  • 34 —Hérault —Montpellier —High vigilance
  • 35 —Ille-et-Vilaine —Rennes —High vigilance
  • 36 —Indre —Châteauroux —Normal vigilance
  • 37 —Indre-et-Loire —Tours —High vigilance
  • 38 —Isère —Grenoble —High vigilance
  • 39 —Jura —Lons-le-Saunier — Normal Vigilance
  • 40 —Landes —Mont-de-Marsan —High vigilance
  • 41 —Loir-et-Cher —Blois —Moderate vigilance
  • 42 —Loire —Saint-Étienne —High vigilance
  • 43 —Haute-Loire —Le Puy-en-VelayVigilance High
  • 44 —Loire-Atlantique —Nantes —High vigilance
  • 45 —Loiret —Orléans —High vigilance
  • 46 —Lot —Cahors —Moderate vigilance
  • 47 —Lot-et-Garonne —Agen —High vigilance
  • 48 —Lozère —MendeVigilance High
  • 49 —Maine-et-Loire —Angers —High vigilance
  • 50 —Manche —Saint-Lô —Normal vigilance
  • 51 —Marne —Châlons-en-Champagne — High Vigilance
  • 52 —Haute-Marne —Chaumont — High Vigilance
  • 53 —Mayenne —Laval — High Vigilance
  • 54 —Meurthe-et-Moselle —Nancy — High Vigilance
  • 55 —Meuse —Bar-le-Duc — Moderate Vigilance
  • 56 —Morbihan —VannesModerate vigilance
  • 57 —Moselle —Metz — Moderate Vigilance
  • 58 —Nievre —Nevers — Moderate Vigilance
  • 59 —North —Little –Vigilance High
  • 60 —Oise —Beauvais — High Vigilance
  • 61 —Orne —Alençon —Normal vigilance
  • 62 —Pas-de-Calais —Arras –Vigilance High
  • 63 —Puy-de-Dôme —Clermont-Ferrand —High vigilance
  • 64 —Pyrenees-Atlantiques —PauVigilance High
  • 65 —Hautes-Pyrénées —Tarbes —High vigilance
  • 66 —Pyrenees-Orientales —Perpignan —Moderate vigilance
  • 67 —Bas-Rhin —Strasbourg — High Vigilance
  • 68 —Haut-Rhin —Colmar — Moderate Vigilance
  • 69 —Rhône —Lyon —High vigilance
  • 70 —Haute-Saône —Vesoul — Moderate Vigilance
  • 71 —Saône-et-Loire —Mâcon –Vigilance High
  • 72 —Sarthe —Le Mans —High vigilance
  • 73 —Savoie —Chambéry —High vigilance
  • 74 —Haute-Savoie —Annecy —Moderate vigilance
  • 75 —Paris —Paris —Vigilance High
  • 76 —Seine-Maritime —Rouen —High vigilance
  • 77 —Seine-et-Marne —Melun — High Vigilance
  • 78 —Yvelines —Versailles —Vigilance High
  • 79 —Deux-Sèvres —NiortModerate vigilance
  • 80 —Sum —Amiens –Vigilance High
  • 81 —Tarn —Albi —High vigilance
  • 82 —Tarn-et-Garonne —Montauban —High vigilance
  • 83 —Var —Toulon —High vigilance
  • 84 —Vaucluse —Avignon —High vigilance
  • 85 —Sold —La Roche-sur-Yon —Moderate vigilance
  • 86 —Vienna —Poitiers —High vigilance
  • 87 —Haute-Vienne —LimogesVigilance High
  • 88 —Vosges —Épinal — Moderate Vigilance
  • 89 —Yonne —Auxerre — High Vigilance
  • 90 —Territoire de Belfort —Belfort — Moderate Vigilance
  • 91 —Essonne —Évry — High Vigilance
  • 92 —Hauts-de-Seine —Nanterre — High Vigilance
  • 93 —Seine – Saint-Denis —Bobigny — High Vigilance
  • 94 —Val-de-Marne —Créteil — High Vigilance
  • 95 —Val-d’Oise —Cergy-Pontoise — High Vigilance
  • 971 —Guadeloupe —Basse-TerreVigilance High
  • 972 —Martinique —Fort-de-France —High vigilance
  • 973 —Guyane —Cayenne —High vigilance
  • 974 —The meeting —Saint-Denis —Moderate vigilance
  • 975 Saint-Pierre and Miquelon -Saint Pierre Normal vigilance
  • 976 —Mayotte —Dzaoudzi — Moderate Vigilance
  • 977 —Saint-Barthélémy —Gustavia Vigilance High
  • 978 -Saint-Martin —Marigot Vigilance High

At Friday 2 October 2020, the incidence rate, i.e. the number of patients having a test Positive RT-PCR per 100,000 inhabitants per week amounted to 107.56% The R, representing the average number of people infected by every person with COVID-19, is he 0.98 September 29. The occupancy rate of intensive care beds in France is 25.1% as of October 2, 2020 and 8.62% of tests carried out in France are positive.

In addition to the 3 criteria used so far, namely the active virus circulation, the hospital pressure on resuscitation capacities and the ability to test, lthe general directorate of health explains that the authorities are examining other indicators such as, for example, the positive screening rate.

74 departments have a incidence rate, i.e. a number of positive cases per 100,000 inhabitants, greater than 50 and one unfavorable epidemic dynamics. They are therefore now located in the red zone or Active virus circulation area. Concretely, this means that prefects of these departments will be able promptly take further preventive and restrictive measures as well as new sanitary rules to try to stem the spread of the Coronavirus.

List of metropolises in the scarlet zone: Marseille – Bordeaux – Lyon – Nice – Lille – Toulouse – Saint-Étienne – Rennes – Paris and inner suburbs – Rouen – Grenoble and Montpelier joined on October 6, 2020 by Paris and the departments of Hauts-de- Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marne.

As of October 6, 2020, 56 departments are in the red zone, 10 in the scarlet zone, 6 in the maximum alert zone. Paris and the inner suburbs (Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis and Val de Marne) go into maximum alert zone from Tuesday October 6, 2020.

The red zones map of France as of October 7, 2020:

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