New drop within the variety of covid-19 instances in Guadeloupe

New drop within the variety of covid-19 instances in Guadeloupe

582 new constructive instances have been detected on the territory in opposition to 625 within the earlier week (i.e. 43 much less). That is the eleventh consecutive week of decline.

From September 12 to 18, 3,857 folks received examined.

The incidence fee was 154.4 instances/100,000 inhabitants versus 165.8/100,000 throughout the earlier week. The positivity fee is steady with regard to the checks carried out in Guadeloupe (15.1%).

The Omicron variant has been circulating completely within the West Indies for the reason that starting of 2022. For 10 weeks, co-circulation of the BA.2, BA.4 and BA.5 sub-lineages of the Omicron variant has been noticed on the archipelago with a predominance of BA.5.

As well as, a cluster was declared within the office throughout the week firstly of this week. He’s the one one being tracked.

The hospital scenario nonetheless favorable with 25 visits to the emergency room for suspicion of Covid 19 in opposition to 27 the earlier week. There are 9 new admissions for COVID in hospitalization in opposition to 15 throughout the earlier 7 days.

Word that 2 intensive care admissions have been made (4 the earlier week).

On the night of September 20, there have been 10 grownup COVID sufferers hospitalized in standard drugs (steady), 1 baby hospitalized within the pediatric division of the CHU. It ought to be famous that 31 sufferers are hospitalized in intensive care: 3 are within the COVID sheave of the CHUG and 28 are hospitalized within the non-COVID sheave (i.e. 3 on the CHBT and 25 on the CHUG).

51 are on oxygen at house. A declining quantity.

An 85-year-old man died with COVID in a hospital setting. Because the OMICRON BA2 contamination peak in February, from March 1 to September 11, 2022, 87 COVID deaths have been recorded in well being institutions in Guadeloupe.

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