Government of The Netherlands

Coronavirus dashboard

The coronavirus dashboard provides information on the development of the coronavirus in the Netherlands. Read more

Overview

Latest developments

Number of confirmed cases stagnates

In the past week (18 November – 24 November) the number of newly tested COVID-19 positives was comparable to the week before. The number of hospital and IC admissions due to COVID-19 did decrease slightly in the past week. The pressure on the healthcare system remains high. The reproduction number of 6 November increased compared to the week before, and has a value of 1,02 (lower: 0,99 and upper: 1,05). This means that 100 COVID-19 positives infect 102 other persons. Risk level per region can be ‘caution’ (level 1), ‘concern’ (level 2), ‘serious’ (level 3) or ‘severe’ (level 4). At this moment the risk level of 20 regions is 'severe', for 5 it is ‘serious’, for 0 it is ‘concern’ and for 0 it is ‘caution’.

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Level of risk

The map indicates the level of risk per safety region.

More about risk levels

Legend

1
Caution
2
Concern
3
Serious
4
Severe

Distribution of confirmed cases in the Netherlands

These maps show how many confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported yesterday per 100,000 inhabitants.

Number per 100.000 inhabitants

  • 0
  • 4
  • 7
  • 10
  • 20
  • 30

Value of Sunday, 29 November · Source: RIVM

Overview