A stack of stats. to wade through posted in Hanianews this morning. A bit of a shock as far as Chania is concerned!!
"Negative record in Greece in October, with the daily cases of the coronavirus pandemic exceeding the limit of 2,000 per day and 19 prefectures being at the level of increased risk (red).
The resilience of the National Health System is also in the red and especially in the remote prefectures and those far from the two major urban centers Athens and Thessaloniki.
The study presented by ethnos.gr analyzes the data related to the development of coronavirus disease in our country in October, based on the data declared by EODY and using the EpiEstim software of the World Health Organization.
The research of Nikos Kardoulas (agronomist surveyor, engineer of NTUA, MSc in England and colonel e.a.) includes the total statistics for October 2020.
Ρά Drama (2.92), Xanthi (2.72), Rodopi (2.52), Karditsa (2.48), Halkidiki (2.39), Evros (2.26) had the worst transmissibility index Rt on October 31 (greater than 2) , Imathia (2.08), Chania (2.07) and Thessaloniki (2.04)…
The conclusion is that 10 prefectures presented more than 200 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and 9 prefectures presented a transmissibility index Rt greater than 2 on October 31 and an average Rt in October greater than 1.5.
Also 6 prefectures presented a value of the Rt index greater than 3 on some days of the month. Compared to September, only 8 of the 51 prefectures showed an improvement in cases and 13 prefectures showed an improvement in the Rt index.
The table below shows the total number of cases, the cases per 100,000 inhabitants, the transmissibility index Rt on October 31 and its average in October, per prefecture of our country. A comparison is also made with the corresponding data for September.
Negative record in Kastoria, Serres, Ioannina
In terms of cases per 100,000 inhabitants, the areas with the highest epidemiological load were Kastoria with 491, Serres with 393, Ioannina and Kozani with 380, Thessaloniki with 363 and Rodopi with 352 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, while in The best place was Evritania and Kefallinia with 5 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
Worst indicator Rt
Drama (2.92), Xanthi (2.72), Rodopi (2.52), Karditsa (2.48), Halkidiki (2.39), Evros (2.26) had the worst transmissibility index Rt on October 31 (greater than 2). Imathia (2.08), Chania (2.07) and Thessaloniki (2.04).
On the borders of Karditsa, Chania, Messinia
The prefectures that are on the verge of the red alert and if the situation does not improve may change level from yellow to red, are Karditsa, Chania, Messinia, Florina, Thesprotia and Magnesia.
They hold Evritania, Ionian Islands and Cyclades
The best transmittance index Rt (less than 1) had Evritania, Kefallinia, Zakynthos, Fokida, Boeotia, Kastoria, Cyclades, Evia, Ilia, Kozani, Argolida, Rethymno and Fthiotda.
They reached the negative record of 3
The Prefectures of Serres, Rodopi, Drama, Thessaloniki, Xanthi, Evros, Messinia, Kavala and Chios had the worst average of the transmissibility index Rt in October (greater than 1.5), while the best average Rt (less than 1) had the Prefectures of Evritania, Kefallinia, Zakynthos, Fokida, Samos, Laconia and Lesvos
The Prefectures that showed a value of the transmissibility index Rt greater than 3 in October were Pella (4.86), Serres (4.26), Rodopi (3.93), Chios (3.89), Drama (3.35) and Kastoria (3.32)."