DECRYPTION – The ComCor study conducted by the Institut Pasteur on the main places of contamination in France is based on a large sample of cases.
Cited in the last opinion of the Scientific Council, then mentioned Tuesday by Prime Minister Jean Castex, the study carried out by the Pasteur Institute on the main places of contamination in France was finally made public on Thursday. It will obviously not tell us how Emmanuel Macron contracted the virus, but it does offer a slightly clearer idea of how the French are infected. Carried out in partnership with the National Health Insurance Fund (Cnam), Public Health France and the Ipsos Institute, the ComCor study is based on a large sample of cases: 30,330 questionnaires completed by people who have probably been infected between the October 17 and 30, i.e. during the period of the first curfew (including 4,686 nursing staff whose responses were treated separately). They were compared to those completed by a control group of non-infected in order to distinguish the most risky activities and behaviors.
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