The risk level of the safety regions will not be reassessed this week.
As from 25 September 2021, the government wants to determine the risk level for the entire country instead of per region. At that time, we will publish an explanation of how the risk level is determined and what the different risk levels mean.
Every week the coronavirus situation is assessed to see whether it is developing in a positive or negative direction, most recently on 8 September. The risk level in a particular region is based on the number of positive tests and the number of hospital admissions.
Risk level determined on Wednesday, 8 September.
The situation is manageable. The number of new confirmed cases is low and/or there is sufficient healthcare capacity.
The situation is becoming difficult to manage. There are many new confirmed cases and/or pressure on healthcare capacity is increasing.
The situation is serious. The number of new confirmed cases is large and/or pressure on healthcare capacity is very high.
The situation is severe. The number of new confirmed cases is extremely high and/or pressure on healthcare capacity is extreme.