A place in a top three which we would do well in Toulouse.

On Tuesday, the prefecture indicated that Haute-Garonne was the "third most affected department in metropolitan France" by the new wave of Covid-19.

This Wednesday, the official incidence rate, given by the regional health agency (ARS), is 1,713 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and in general, all the departments of Occitania have passed the threshold of 1,000 cases.

[#Covid19] The virus doesn't take vacations.

More than 12,000 new cases per day in #Occitanie.

The right reflexes to adopt to protect ourselves and our loved ones: barrier gestures and immediate screening in the event of symptoms.

📌 Check out the @ARS_OC newsletter: pic.twitter.com/xAZNUzCxOh

– ARS Occitanie (@ARS_OC) July 12, 2022

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On the eve of the festive gatherings of July 14, the authorities therefore launch a great call for vigilance by inviting "the whole population to respect barrier gestures and to wear a mask in closed places or places with a high human concentration " .

Especially since this 7th wave is now producing its effects in the hospital sector.

In Occitania 1,478 patients are treated, 132 more than a week ago, and 114 are in critical care (+45).

In Haute-Garonne, 329 people are hospitalized against 283 seven days ago and the number of critical care patients jumped from 17 to 52.


Covid-19: Nearly 70% of patients in intensive care have retained physical or psychological sequelae


July 14: What to do in Toulouse and its surroundings?

  • Health

  • Toulouse

  • Covid-19

  • Coronavirus

  • Occitania