The epidemiological bulletin of the Directorate-General for Health (DGS) states that Vimioso (1,263), Barrancos (3,204), Marvão (1,021), Mira (1,229) and Sernancelhe (1,060) entered into extreme risk of infection this week , the municipality of Mora remaining at this level with an accumulated incidence of 14 days (between 11 and 24 November) of 1,611.
The extreme risk of infection occurs when a municipality has a cumulative incidence of 14 days above 960 cases of infection per 100,000 inhabitants.
In municipalities at very high risk of infection, that is, with an incidence of between 480 and 959.9 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, the number of municipalities at this level more than doubled in the last week, from 19 to 41.
Also on the rise are the municipalities at high risk (between 240 and 479.9 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days), as the bulletin now counts 98 municipalities in this category, compared to 70 in the previous report.
According to the bulletin, between 120 and 239.9 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days are in 85 municipalities, 11 less than in the previous week.
The number of municipalities with an incidence of zero cases continues to decline and now stands at five, eight fewer than the registered by the DGS seven days ago.
In the explanatory note of the data by municipality, it is stated that the cumulative incidence "corresponds to the quotient between the number of new confirmed cases in the 14 days prior to the moment of analysis and the estimated resident population".
See if the full list of municipalities and their level of risk here.
Great stats, regurgitated from the fear machine mainstream media. Call it high risk, maximum risk, whatever, the only stats that really matter and ever have done when gauging a so called pandemic, is excess deaths. Even considering that all deaths within a 28 day period from a positive test wnt down as a Covid death, 2020's figures here were up marginally on 2019 and a whole 7% less than 2015 in the bad flu year. Meanwhile, 2021 excess deaths, non-covid related are up 16%. Untreated cancer, heart disease, and all the usual suspects no doubt, plus a little new added variable that no-one is addressing which is slowly becoming a massive elephant in the room. Please do some real investigative journalism and not just reprint the narrative and of course - stay safe.
By Wesley Oliver from Lisbon on 28 Nov 2021, 21:16