Spread of the virus

Virus particles in wastewater Delft

If you are infected with the corona virus, there are often virus particles in your stool. Wastewater is collected at treatment plants and tested for virus particles at RIVM. Because less testing is now being done (at the GGD and through self-testing), waste water research is important to monitor the virus and to recognize a possible revival of the virus.

Last values obtained on Friday, 3 February 2023. Is updated on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

Source: RIVM

Number of virus particles per 100,000 inhabitants

367
187 more than the previous value

Delft has 104,572 inhabitants.

The calculated average is based on all the wastewater measurements collected in one week. This figure also takes account of how many inhabitants are served by a wastewater treatment plant.

Value from Monday, 23 January 2023 - Sunday, 29 January 2023 · Source: RIVM

Number of measurements per week

3

1 of the 1 sampling locations reported at least one measurement in the given week.

Sampling locations can report multiple measurements per week. The number of measurements used per location per week can differ because not all measurements are successful.

Value from Monday, 23 January 2023 - Sunday, 29 January 2023 · Source: RIVM

Number of virus particles over time

This graph shows the weekly average of the number of virus particles over time per 100,000 inhabitants. By selecting the location of the sewage treatment plants, the particles are displayed per location per day.

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  • Average number of virus particles

Source: RIVM