According to the latest figures published by Santé Publique France, it is the department in France where the vaccination rate was highest at the end of last week with 4.94% of the population being treated, just ahead of Orne (4.67%) and Creuse (4.43 )%).
By the end of January, 22.7% of those over 75 had received a dose of the vaccine, 3.3% of those aged 70-74, 1.2% of those aged 60-69, 3.9% of those aged 50-59 years, 2.4% of 40-49 year olds, 1.5% of 30-39 year olds, 1.1% of 25-29 year olds and 0.6% of 18-24 year olds.
In the wake of the Jura, Burgundy-Franche-Comté is also the region most vaccinated in France (3.54%) ahead of Brittany (2.98%) and Normandy (2.89%).
Although it is still too early to see an irreversible relationship between cause and effect, Jura has seen its incidence rate fall below the symbolic line of 300 (number of people tested positive in the last 7 days of 100,000 inhabitants) this Monday 1 February. .
According to Public Health France, it stood at 298 per 100,000, a level that had not been reached since December 30.