The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on bloodstream infections (BSIs) due to Streptococcus pneumoniae and Streptococcus pyogenes was assessed in 25 university hospitals of Paris. Monthly BSIs incidence rates that appeared stable in 2018 and 2019, decreased for the 2 pathogens during the 2 COVID-19 lockdown periods of 2020. Containment policies, including social distancing, masking and hand hygiene strengthening in both community and hospital settings are likely to reduce BSIs due to these pathogens. - Archive ouverte HAL Access content directly
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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on bloodstream infections (BSIs) due to Streptococcus pneumoniae and Streptococcus pyogenes was assessed in 25 university hospitals of Paris. Monthly BSIs incidence rates that appeared stable in 2018 and 2019, decreased for the 2 pathogens during the 2 COVID-19 lockdown periods of 2020. Containment policies, including social distancing, masking and hand hygiene strengthening in both community and hospital settings are likely to reduce BSIs due to these pathogens.

Rishma Amarsy (1) , Sandra Fournier (2) , David Trystram (3) , Catherine Monteil (2) , Xavier Raynaud (4) , Vincent Jarlier (3) , Jérôme Robert (5) , Guillaume Arlet (1) , Laurencearmand Lefevre , Alexandra Aubry (1) , Laurent Belec (6, 7) , Béatrice Bercot (8, 9) , Stéphane Bonacorsi (8, 10, 11) , Vincent Calvez (3, 12) , Emmanuelle Cambau (8, 13) , Etienne Carbonnelle (8, 14) , Stéphane Chevaliez (15) , Jean-Winoc Decousser (16, 17) , Constance Delaugerre (9, 18) , Diane Descamps (8, 13) , Florence Doucet-Populaire , Jean-Louis Gaillard , Antoine Garbarg-Chenon , Elyanne Gault , Jean-Louis Herrmann , Vincent Jarlier , Jérôme Le Goff , Jean-Christophe Lucet , Jean-Luc Mainardi , Anne-Geneviève Marcellin , Laurence Morand-Joubert , Xavier Nassif , Jean-Michel Pawlotsky , jerome robert (1) , Anne-Marie Roque Afonso , Martin Rottman , Christine Rouzioux , Flore Rozenberg , François Simon , Nicolas Veziris (1) , David Skurnik , Jean-Ralph Zahar , Guilene Barnaud , Typhaine Billard Pomares , Gaëlle Cuzon , Dominique Decré , Alexandra Doloy , Jean-Luc Donay , Laurence Drieux-Rouzet , Isabelle Durand , Agnès Ferroni , Vincent Fihman , Nicolas Fortineau , Camille Gomart , Nathalie Grall , Christelle Guillet Caruba , Françoise Jaureguy , Valérie Lalande , Luce Landraud , Véronique Leflon , Patricia Mariani , Liliana Mihaila , Didier Moissenet , Latifa Noussair , Isabelle Podglajen , Isabelle Poilane , Hélène Poupet , Emilie Rondinaud , Valérie Sivadon Tardy , David Trystram , Charlotte Verdet , Emmanuelle Vigier , Sophie Vimont Billarant
Laurencearmand Lefevre
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Florence Doucet-Populaire
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Jean-Louis Gaillard
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Antoine Garbarg-Chenon
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Elyanne Gault
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Jean-Louis Herrmann
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Vincent Jarlier
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Jérôme Le Goff
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Jean-Christophe Lucet
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Jean-Luc Mainardi
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Anne-Geneviève Marcellin
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Laurence Morand-Joubert
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Xavier Nassif
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Jean-Michel Pawlotsky
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Anne-Marie Roque Afonso
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Martin Rottman
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Christine Rouzioux
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Flore Rozenberg
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François Simon
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David Skurnik
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Jean-Ralph Zahar
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Guilene Barnaud
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Typhaine Billard Pomares
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Gaëlle Cuzon
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Dominique Decré
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Alexandra Doloy
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Jean-Luc Donay
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Laurence Drieux-Rouzet
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Isabelle Durand
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Agnès Ferroni
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Vincent Fihman
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Nicolas Fortineau
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Camille Gomart
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Nathalie Grall
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Christelle Guillet Caruba
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Françoise Jaureguy
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Valérie Lalande
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Luce Landraud
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Véronique Leflon
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Patricia Mariani
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Liliana Mihaila
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Didier Moissenet
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Latifa Noussair
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Isabelle Podglajen
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Isabelle Poilane
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Hélène Poupet
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Emilie Rondinaud
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Valérie Sivadon Tardy
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David Trystram
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Charlotte Verdet
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Emmanuelle Vigier
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Sophie Vimont Billarant
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Abstract

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on bloodstream infections (BSIs) due to Streptococcus pneumoniae and Streptococcus pyogenes was assessed in 25 university hospitals of Paris. Monthly BSIs incidence rates that appeared stable in 2018 and 2019, decreased for the 2 pathogens during the 2 COVID-19 lockdown periods of 2020. Containment policies, including social distancing, masking and hand hygiene strengthening in both community and hospital settings are likely to reduce BSIs due to these pathogens.

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hal-03868704 , version 1 (23-11-2022)

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Rishma Amarsy, Sandra Fournier, David Trystram, Catherine Monteil, Xavier Raynaud, et al.. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on bloodstream infections (BSIs) due to Streptococcus pneumoniae and Streptococcus pyogenes was assessed in 25 university hospitals of Paris. Monthly BSIs incidence rates that appeared stable in 2018 and 2019, decreased for the 2 pathogens during the 2 COVID-19 lockdown periods of 2020. Containment policies, including social distancing, masking and hand hygiene strengthening in both community and hospital settings are likely to reduce BSIs due to these pathogens.. American Journal of Infection Control, 2022, 51 (4), pp.475-477. ⟨10.1016/j.ajic.2022.09.002⟩. ⟨hal-03868704⟩
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