The trend is still down in Lot-et-Garonne. But caution still applies due to the proximity of the Landes, where the variable rotates.
The lights aren’t green yet, but we’re getting close. On Friday, July 2, only six people were hospitalized in Lot-et-Garonne with Covid-19, including one in intensive care. The incidence rate does not exceed the threshold of 10 per 100,000 population. Likewise, the positivity rate approaches 0.4%. However, these encouraging stats shouldn’t encourage Lot-et-Garonnais to lower their guard. The presence of a delta variant, in Landes, warns Joris Junon, director of management for the Regional Health Agency (ARS). “The danger exists because our division is at the border.”
At the same time, vaccinations are continuing in major centers, and from July 12, health professionals in the city will also be able to be vaccinated with Pfizer.
Finally, the ARS and the county are working together to identify places of interest, this summer, when distributions and self-testing will be organized. “So far we have identified five events and three attractions,” says the ARS director. The version still needs to be refined.
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