For the first time in two and a half months, the incidence rate has dropped back below 50 new cases of Covid per 100,000 inhabitants in the Bas-Rhin. What to hope for the end of the mask in the schools of the department.

At last ! It had been over two and a half months since that had happened. The incidence rate is dropping sharply in the Bas-Rhin. For the first time, it has fallen below the symbolic bar of 50 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants. To settle exactly at 45.6. The rate also goes down in the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg, but to 69.6.

However, after the last health defense council, on September 22, the government announced the end of the mask at school for children in departments where the incidence rate would be less than 50 for more than 5 consecutive days on the 4th. October.

The incidence rate is therefore also falling in Alsace and the hope of the end of the mask at school is reborn (which is no longer compulsory in playgrounds). The last time the rate was so low with us was between June 8 and July 13, before the Delta variant came in full force. Before that, we have to go back to the summer of 2020 to have such low rates.

The incidence rate also drops in the Haut-Rhin to 64.5 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Insufficient for the moment to hope for the end of the mask in the schools of the department. The incidence rate is even higher in the agglomeration of Mulhouse, where it is still 80 per 100,000 inhabitants.

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