Early indicators

Virus particles in wastewater Schouwen-Duiveland

If you are infected with coronavirus, there are likely to be virus particles in your stool. These are flushed down the toilet and end up in wastewater. By testing samples of wastewater collected at wastewater treatment plants, we can get information about how widespread the virus is in the community. Please note: As of 4 March, more refined data analytics are being used. This leads to different values. Find out more about testing wastewater for coronavirus in the explanation of data presented.

Last values obtained on Friday, 5 March. Is updated on a daily basis.

Source: RIVM

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Average number of virus particles per 100,000 inhabitants

41.26
44.75 lessthan the previous value
x100 billion
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, 22 February - Sunday, 28 February · Source: RIVM

Number of measurements per week

5

3 of the 3 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, 22 February - Sunday, 28 February · Source: RIVM

Average number of virus particles over time (per 100,000 inhabitants)

x100 billion
1 Oct1 Nov1 Dec1 Jan1 Feb05001,000
  • Weekly average of measured locations
  • Individual measurements

Source: RIVM

Most recent measurement per location in Schouwen-Duiveland

This graph shows the most recent measured value of the average amount of virus particles per 100,000 residents, per sewage processing facility.
x100 billion
020406080Average number of coronavirus particles per 100,000 inhabitantsAverageMastgatDe VerseputWesterschouwen

Value from Monday, 22 February - Sunday, 28 February · Source: RIVM