The significant drop in hospital data linked to the coronavirus should not obscure the fact that the virus continues to circulate. Four outbreaks were detected in Paris on May 27.
Posted on May 28, 20 at 7:26 am
The list of “Clusters”, these foci of infection of coronavirus, continues to lie down in Ile-de-France. Wednesday May 27, 2020, four new homes have been detected at Paris and are followed up by health authorities.
Ile-de-France first region in number of “clusters”
Details of the four outbreaks have not been released by the Directorate General of Health. In a press release this Wednesday evening, the DGS indicates that it has identified eight new homes in France, half of which are in the capital.
These four new outbreaks are in addition to the 23 already monitored in Île-de-France, the leading region in France in number of outbreaks. The Ehpad are not counted in these “clusters”. Among the outbreaks already detected and monitored in the region, the first were reported to Clamart (Hauts-de-Seine), Alfortville (Val-de-Marne) or even Ulis (Essonne).