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The European Agency for Disease Control (ECDC)’s weekly update came out today, Thursday.
The map is based on the number of 100,000 victims in each country over the past fourteen days.
The government has based its travel restrictions to some extent on the ECTC infection map. Travel advice will be updated tomorrow Friday. The new rules apply from next night until next Monday.
Swipe below to see how the map has changed since last Thursday.
Higher infection rates in Europe
ECDC figures show that the prevalence of the disease is even higher in countries such as France, Spain, Portugal, Malta and Greece.
The most contagious is on the French holiday island of Corsica. In the last fourteen days, 1241 new cases per 100,000 cases have been reported.
- Norway: The whole of Wigen County has changed from green to orange. Norland and Rockland are identical.
- Sweden: Norrbotten and Västerbotten go from orange to red. The Stockholm area is red.
- Lithuania: Areas around the capital Vilnius have changed from orange to red.
- France: Only one area in the middle of the country is orange. Otherwise, France is red, with dark red areas in the south.
- Italy: The southern parts of Italy are dark orange to red.
- Netherlands: The northern parts of the country go from red to orange.
In Norway, in the last fourteen days, 67 new cases of infection per 100,000 population have been reported.
High daily infection record in Finland
In Finland, there are higher infection rates recorded in recent weeks.
As of Thursday, 1,024 new infections had been reported in the country.
He writes that this is the maximum number of infections recorded in a day after an outbreak Reuters.
In the past two weeks, 129 new cases of infection have been reported per 100,000 people in the country, ECTC figures show.
A few weeks ago, there were infection rates in Finland Very low in the world, In terms of population.
The cause of the outbreak is the spread of delta variation.
About 5.5 million people live in Finland. Nearly half are fully vaccinated. Nearly 4 million people have been vaccinated. So far, 995 people in the country have died from the corona virus due to the epidemic.
The figures on the map are the average figures for the last seven days. There are no exact daily statistics.
Last week, the Finnish government, led by Prime Minister Channa Marin, decided that 12-15 year olds should be vaccinated soon. This is to avoid closing schools in the fall.
Limits on the loss of green color are linked to the number of victims per hundred people in the last two weeks.
A limit goes to 50 victims. Another limit goes to 75 victims. The reason for the existence of two limitations is that the ratio of positive samples is also included in the estimate.
If an average of one to 4 percent of samples return positive in the last two weeks, a country will remain green until it reaches 50 infectious diseases.
If the average of the samples in the last fourteen days is less than one percent, the green color does not fade until the number of victims reaches 75.
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