On a national level, the areas with the highest occurrences of cases per 100,000 inhabitants are: Aquitaine (743 100 000 , Picardie (736), Midi-Pyrénées (639), Languedoc-Roussillon (554), Basse-Normandie (479), Limousin (470), Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur (393), Haute-Normandie (375), Bretagne (346), Auvergne (300), Ile-de-France (290), Pays-de-la-Loire (285) and Centre (285). Complete data region by region are given at the end of the bulletin. Among the reported cases, the median age was 32 years (but the age range was 4 months to 98 years). Men represented 47% of cases. The clinical pictures reported by the Sentinel doctors did not show any particular signs of serious problems.
If we look at the forecast model based on historical data, the level of activity of acute diarrhoea should continue to rise and should confirm the gastroenteritis epidemic
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