Kovid: Vallonia and Brussels are still in the red

Kovid: Vallonia and Brussels are still in the red


This week, the situation is similar in Belgium.

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As every Thursday, Europe updates the color of each country on the “Kovid map”. This week, some changes to note in Europe. As in Brussels, the situation in Vallonia remains red.

Belgium’s color codes on the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) map have not changed since last week. Brussels and Vallonia are red, while Flanders are orange. The situation is similar in our neighboring countries, with the exception of some in France.

The Netherlands is orange and Germany is completely red. In France, the Grand East, the center-val-de-Lower, and the bourgeois-franche-comte regions went from orange to green; The area around the French capital, Paris, is classified as orange. In Spain, the situation has improved a bit, with some areas in the center of the country turning orange again. Most of Slovenia, Romania, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Slovakia remain dark red. Finland and most of northern Norway have been in red since this week.

Drag the slider to see evolution: September 30 situation on the left and October 7 situation on the right.

ECDC Color Code: How Does It Go?

It is based on data and criteria from ECDC, le European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, A color code is provided for European countries and the various regions where they are manufactured.

CDark red ode: Areas or countries with high risk of infection to individuals (14-day notification rate exceeds 500 cases per 100,000 residents).

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Red color code: Areas or countries where individuals are at high risk of infection (14-day notice rate is more than 75 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and test positivity rate is equivalent to 4 days, or if the 14-day notice rate is between 200 and 500 cases per 100,000 residents).

Orange color code: Areas or countries with moderate risk of infection (14-day notice rate is less than 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, but test positivity rate is 4% or more, or 14-day notice rate is 75, 200 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and test positivity rate is less than 4%. ).

Green color code: Areas or countries at low risk of infection (14-day notice rate less than 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants Positive rate less than 1%).

Depending on these colors, the Belgian authorities take the steps that Belgians must follow (inspections, quarantine …).

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