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Coronavirus outbreak (Covid-19)

Where can I find the epidemic indicators in my municipality or department?

Publié le 03 novembre 2020 - Directorate for Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister)

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Screening rate, positivity rate, incidence rate for people over 65... How to find out about the indicators of the world and the country but also of its region, its department or its commune? Since 21 October 2020, Santé publique France has been offering tools to monitor the evolution of the epidemic at a local level. Service-Public.fr introduces you to the portal « Geods »..

The epidemiological indicators of Covid-19 are updated daily and available from 7pm on the Géodes portal which allows to visualize the sanitary data on a map of France .. In addition to the map, it is possible to access a table of selected indicators and their synthesis (key figures, graphs). To do this, choose the « Table » in the upper bar of pink color.

What indicators are available at a lower scale than a department?

Indicators available at a lower scale than a department are:

  • the incidence rate, i.e. the number of people infected per week per 100,000 inhabitants (all ages and persons over 65);
  • the screening rate;
  • and the positivity rate.

They are calculated from the virological data transmitted by city and hospital biology laboratories in the screening information system (SI-DEP). They are presented as a rolling week to better understand the trends of the epidemic by breaking away from the daily fluctuations.

For the 22 metropolitan areas, rates are presented in value. For the other scales (e.g. the common), the rates are presented by class and not by value to avoid any risk of identification of a person because at very fine degrees the data in absolute value could be indirectly identifying.

How do I access the indicators of my municipality?

The indicators available for each municipality are available on Géodes portal .. To access it, you must choose the pathology « Covid-19 » using the search engine or index. Then « Data from sub-departmental laboratories (SI-DEP) »..

To obtain data at the level of a commune, it is necessary « change the geographical breakdown » in the menu on the left of the menu.

  Warning : It is necessary to interpret these indicators with caution, especially when the population is small. A sparsely populated municipality can give rise to large variations in the indicator because the incidence rate is reduced to 100,000 inhabitants.

How do I access the indicators of his region or his department?

Indicators available for each department and region are also available on Géodes portal ..

To access it, you must choose the pathology « Covid-19 » using the search engine or index. The number of available flags is displayed. To find a specific indicator, simply click on one of them to deploy the indicators. By clicking, the map updates.

For example, if you want to access the number of people tested, you must choose « Laboratory data (SI-DEP from 13/05) », then « Number of people tested ».. You can then obtain this number for all ages or by age group.

To obtain region-wide data, it is necessary « change the geographical breakdown » in the menu on the left of the menu.

  FYI : Tutorials are available on Public Health France's YouTube channel ..

Where to find national and global indicators?

  Reminder : The criteria used for the classification of departments into maximum alert zones and then curfews were:

  • a number of new positive cases exceeding 250 per 100 000 population (incidence rate);
  • an incidence rate for persons over 100, i.e. 100 positive cases per 100,000 persons over 65;
  • more than 30% and dynamics leading to 50% in the coming weeks.

  Please note : AllAntiCovid Application provides access to national and departmental epidemiological data (after entering your postal code).

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