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Guimarães already has a lower incidence rate of new cases than Barcelos and Famalicão

Throughout the Minho area, the cumulative incidence of latest instances per 100,000 inhabitants previously 14 days has elevated in 5 counties: Vila Verde, Terras de Bouro, Caminha, Monção and Ponte da Barca. Guimarães, which for weeks was the municipality most affected by the pandemic, now has an incidence charge beneath one thousand, lower than Barcelos and Famalicão.

In response to this Monday’s bulletin from the Directorate-Basic for Well being (DGS), Guimarães has an incidence charge of 997 new instances per 100 million inhabitants.

Esposende is the municipality with the best incidence charge (1,223). There are 4 different municipalities with charges above one thousand: Famalicão (1,164), Póvoa de Lanhoso (1,121), Vieira do Minho (1,056) and Barcelos (1,045).

In any other case, there are descents in most municipalities: Braga (789), Amares (684), Vizela (389), Celorico de Basto (357), Cabeceiras de Basto (371) and Fafe (599).

Within the district of Braga there are will increase in Vila Verde (from 735 to 746) and Terras de Bouro (from 629 to 755).

Within the district of Viana do Castelo, there are three municipalities with a cumulative enhance within the variety of new instances: Caminha (from 460 to 491), Monção (from 386 to 509) and Ponte da Barca (from 492 to 662).

As well as, all municipalities noticed enhancements: Valença (384), Viana do Castelo (435), Cerveira (157), Paredes de Coura (164), Ponte de Lima (549), Arcos de Valdevez (172) and Melgaço (136 ).

In response to the methodological observe of the epidemiological bulletin, the cumulative incidence at 14 days of SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 an infection corresponds to the quotient between the variety of new confirmed instances within the 14 days previous to the second of research and the estimated resident inhabitants, per municipality, on December 31, 2019, by the Nationwide Statistics Institute, IP, expressed in variety of instances per 100,000 inhabitants.

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