Daily Post – July 19th

Living through a pandemic

in the south of France

486 days in Carcassonne since

1st lockdown in March 2020

DAILY STATISTICS HERE

▫️ FROM HOME’S NEWS DESK

Edited in Prisma app with Broadway

✏️ According to the figures published this Sunday evening by Santé publique France, hospital mortality has been zero in our two departments for several days.

Despite an exploding incidence rate (300 on 18 July), particularly among young people, which has motivated the return of new health restrictions, the Eastern Pyrenees are not experiencing a worsening of hospital mortality for the time being.

Thus in 10 days, between July 9 and 18, according to the latest figures published by Santé publique France, no death due to Covid-19 has been deplored in the Pyrennées Orientales. Since 7 June, i.e. 42 days, only five people have died in hospital, the toll rising from 325 to 332 on 18 July.


In Aude, 368 Covid patients have died since the beginning of the epidemic but none since 28 June, i.e. 21 days. And only 8 people have died in the last seven and a half weeks (26 May). The incidence rate is also on the rise in the department, at over 107 per 100,000 as of 18 July.

✏️ INCIDENCE RATES by departement

✏️ STORK NEWS

And then there was one left

The last one born named “Chanel” took its 1st flight early this morning. It came back to the nest 4 hours later.

Webcam link

▫️ TRAVEL NEWS

There are quite a few new 🔸 items on the Travel Page.

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