All of Europe, with the exception of France's overseas department of Mayotte, remains dark red on the new coronavirus map of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
Since last week, the map not only reflects the infection rate and test positivity rate in each area, but also takes into account the vaccination coverage of a country.
Updated ? maps are online!These maps aim to support the @EUCouncil recommendation on travel measures in the EU during #COVID19 pandemic. Color-blind friendly map in the next tweet. More on the map indicators, according to new Council recommendations: https://t.co/CcBVx6B0o5 pic.twitter.com/lbEpOJDDZC — ECDC (@ECDC_EU) February 10, 2022
Belgium has been coloured dark red since 4 November, making this the 15th consecutive week that it carries the darkest colour code.
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According to the most recent figures from the Sciensano national health institute, the 14-day incidence in Belgium is 4,371 confirmed infections per 100,000 inhabitants. While that is still a high figure, the number is rapidly decreasing.