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  1. The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 continues to decrease slightly, but remains at a high level, with 4,013 cases for the week of 26 October to 1 November, compared to 4,133 cases for the previous week.

  2. The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 has slightly decreased with 4,127 cases for the week of 2 to 8 November, compared to 4,700 cases for the previous week. The number of identified contacts remained stable at 12,582 The average age of those diagnosed as COVID-19 positive also remained stable at 41.4 years, compared to 41.2 in the previous week.

  3. The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 is up sharply with 4,701 cases for the week of 26 October to 1 November, compared to 3,388 cases for the previous week (+39%). ​ The number of identified contacts also increased to 12,562 (+26%).

  4. The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 is up sharply (265%) with 3,387 cases for the week of 19 to 25 October, compared to 1,280 cases for the previous week. ​ The number of contacts also reached a very high level with 9,980 contacts compared to the 7,878 contacts previously identified (+27%).

  5. In the current context, with a significant resurgence of new COVID-19 infections and the arrival of classic seasonal epidemics (influenza, pneumonia, bronchiolitis, etc.), general medical practices, paediatric practices and COVID branches of the emergency services are beginning to be increasingly solicited.

  6. During the week of 28 September to 4 October, the number of residents testing positive for COVID-19 is up 19% with 549 people, compared to 460 the previous week. The number of contacts remains at a stable high level with 4,619 compared to 4,666 contacts (-1%) the previous week.

  7. During the week of 21 to 27 September, the number of residents testing positive for COVID-19 decreased by 32%, with 460 people compared to 672 the previous week. This trend is also reflected by the number of contacts, with 4,670 contacts compared to 5,441 (-14%) contacts in the same period.

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