Rt stable, but incidence upward. This is underlined by the report with the main Covid-19 monitoring data from the dispatch offices of the Higher Institute of Health (ISS) and the Ministry of Health.
From August 31 to September 13, the infectivity rate “mean Rt calculated for symptomatic cases was 0.91 (range 0.85-1.06), stable compared to the previous week.” “The infectivity rate based on hospitalized cases is slightly increasing, but below the epidemic threshold: Rt = 0.87 (0.82-0.91) on September 13 versus Rt = 0.81 (0.77-0.85) on September 6 ”- we read in the report.
On the other hand, signs of an increase in the Covid-19 epidemiology curve. “The weekly maturity at national level is increasing: 215 per 100 thousand. inhabitants (September 16-22) against 186 per 100 thousand. (September 9-15) ”, emphasizes the report.
Over there The “stressful” situation of Covid units remains unchanged compared to last week. “The employment rate in the intensive care unit remains stable at 1.4% (daily survey by the Ministry of Health on September 22) versus 1.4% (survey on September 15). % (daytime survey on September 22) versus 5.7% (survey on September 15) ”.
The percentage of cases detected by contact tracing “is stable compared to the previous week (11% vs.11%), The percentage of cases detected by the appearance of symptoms increased slightly (53% vs.51%), while the percentage of cases diagnosed during the research screening fell slightly (36% compared to 37%) ”.
Two high risk regions, 11 moderate and 8 low
“Two regions are classified as high risk, 11 are moderate risk and the remaining 8 are low risk,” the report highlights. Twelve regions and autonomous provinces report at least one resilience alert. Three regions are reporting many resilience alerts, ”concludes the report.