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Current situation in The Netherlands

Last update:

Number of confirmed cases

4,727

4,727 new confirmed cases were reported. That is 595more than the previous figure.

29 JanToday6,000

Hospital admissions

204

204 new hospital admissions were reported. That is 67more than the previous figure.

29 JanYesterday400

Number of doses administered

1,527,014

1,527,014 vaccine doses have been administered so far. This number includes both first and second doses.

6 JanYesterday2,000,000

Risk level map of the Netherlands

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Caution
no regions
2
Concern
no regions
3
Serious
no regions
4
Severe
25 regions

Every two weeks the coronavirus situation is assessed to see whether it is developing in a positive or negative direction, most recently on 2 March. The risk level in a particular region is based on the number of positive tests and the number of hospital admissions. More information about the risk levels.

There remains a national lockdown until at least 15 March. Click here to view the lockdown measures.

1
Caution

The situation is manageable. The number of new infections is fewer than 35 per 100,000 inhabitants per week. There is sufficient healthcare capacity

2
Concern

The situation is becoming difficult to manage. The number of new infections is between 35 and 100 per 100,000 inhabitants per week. Pressure on healthcare capacity is increasing.

3
Serious

The situation is serious. The number of new infections is between 100 and 250 per 100,000 inhabitants per week. Pressure on healthcare capacity is very high.

4
Severe

The situation is severe. The number of new infections is higher than 250 per 100,000 inhabitants per week. Pressure on healthcare capacity is extreme.