A quick article on the distribution and geographical evolution in France and in the world of the epidemic, now pandemic, of Coronavirus Covid-19. Indeed; many people are asking the question and would like to have more information, and rightly so, on the geographical distribution of the Covid-19 epidemic by department. That is to say more local data near them. This is very understandable and human, so we did some research and here is the data available to everyone on the internet. Thanks to our forumeur Enerc for sharing the latest information on the distribution in France by departments!
The departmental distribution data seem deliberately omitted from the main major French television channels… Why? Avoid stigmatization and internal ostracism between French people? Maybe… This is none of our business, here no jokes, links, information…
You will find in the following 6 links updated data on the global or national distribution in France of the Covid-19 epidemic.
You can add your information and data on the subject of Maps and evolution of the Covid-19 epidemic or in the comments below.
Finally, we remind you that confinement is not a joke! This study on the containment linked to Covid-19 at Imperial College London predicted up to 2,2 million deaths in the USA and 510 in Great Britain (therefore roughly the same in France) in the total absence of containment and treatment! She also advocates a 000-month confinement ... 5 months that means until the end of July 5 with, unfortunately, possible relapses of the epidemic in winter 2020!
So containment measures should absolutely not be taken lightly!
Thank you all!
1) The Covid19 epidemic in France by departments: check the indicator "Covid-19" under the letter "C" in the menu on the left.
2) The epidemic by 6-day data and charts, by Regions and by department.
The page is very large, do not hesitate to go down.
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This is one of the first maps to be published on the internet, it gives the cases per 100 inhabitants by flying over each region. Below you have the global equivalent.
This is the world equivalent of the map above. Please note that counting methods may be different from one country to another. It is therefore difficult to be able to compare the raw data. Germany has a death rate 10 times lower than the world rate, for example. On the other hand, it is very interesting to compare the evolution curves by country. Indeed; these reflect the effectiveness of local pandemic control policies!
The map below shows the progression in the USA as of March 25, 2020.