Infections
- Confirmed cases

Contact tracing GGDs

To prevent the spread of coronavirus it is important to know where people are becoming infected with the virus. During contact tracing the GGD looks at where someone possibly became infected.

Last values obtained on Wednesday, 20 October. Is updated on a weekly basis.

Source: RIVM

Settings in which people may have become infected by safety region

Click on the safety region for information obtained via GGD contact tracing in that region. The information covers the period from 11 to 17 October.

Sufficient data

In the blue regions the GGD has been carrying out regular contact tracing. This means that sufficient data has been gathered to produce a reliable overview of settings in which people may have become infected.

Insufficient data

Due to the high number of positive tests in the grey regions, the GGD has not been able to carry out regular contact tracing. This means that insufficient data has been gathered to produce a reliable overview of settings in which people may have become infected.

Value from Monday, 11 October - Sunday, 17 October · Source: RIVM

Contact tracing GGDs

The maps show how many positively tested people in a safety region may have become infected in the setting in question. The information covers the period from 11 to 17 October and does not include people whose setting of infection is unknown.

Possibly infected in the setting in question

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Insufficient data to obtain a reliable overview
At home and visiting
Work
School and childcare
Healthcare
Gatherings
Travel
Restaurants, cafés and bars
Other

Value from Monday, 11 October - Sunday, 17 October · Source: RIVM