October 1, 2022

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Wallonia is also turning dark red on the European Corona map |  Abroad

Wallonia is also turning dark red on the European Corona map | Abroad

ECDC publishes a color-coded map every Thursday, based on the occurrence of 14 days. This number is then weighed again against the vaccination rate. The colors range from green to orange, red and dark red, depending on the severity of the epidemic situation. Some areas are also shaded or darkened in dark gray due to insufficient testing or simply no data.

On the new map, almost all countries and regions where adequate testing has been done are colored dark red. Only Denmark, Latvia and the Spanish province of Murcia are still colored red. The French overseas department of Mayotte, in the Indian Ocean, is yellow.

The European Center for Disease Control and Prevention publishes a color European Corona map every Thursday, based on the number of infections and the percentage of positive tests in the past 14 days. The card has four colors: green, orange, red (light) and dark red. From 500 new infections per 100,000 residents, the map turns dark red.

A country or region (light) turns red in two cases: when the infection rate per 100,000 population in fourteen days fluctuates between 75 and 200 with a positivity rate above 4 percent or when the infection rate is above 200, regardless of positivity Rate.

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