In its epidemiological bulletin published this Thursday, March 26, the scientific institute of public health Sciensano details the total number of confirmed cases per 100,000 inhabitants by municipality.
Alken, in the province of Limburg, is the most affected locality, appearing in dark green on the map. This means that there are more than 300 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
In Wallonia, it’s Quevy (south of Mons) which pays the heaviest price.
The province of Liege is relatively spared.
Sciensano also gave the distribution of confirmed cases by province. Limburg, with 864 contaminations, is the most affected, followed by Antwerp (834) and Hainaut (801).
Since the start of the epidemic, the number of confirmed cases in Belgium has been 6,235, including 220 deaths.
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