Hospitals
- ICU admissions

Intensive care admissions

Growing numbers of COVID-19 patients in the ICU could cause hospitals to get too busy. That is why we keep track of how many patients with COVID-19 are admitted to the ICU and how many ICU beds are occupied by patients with COVID-19. To avoid doubles only the first IC admission of a patient counts.

Last values obtained on Tuesday, 17 May. Is updated on working days.

Source: NICE via RIVM & LCPS

Average number of ICU admissions per day

3

This is the average number of people with COVID-19 admitted to a hospital intensive care unit (ICU) This is an average of the period between 8 May and 14 May. This is a rounded number. The most recent days are not included in the average, because the figures for these days are not yet complete.

Infection rates have been falling for some time. Keeping track of the bed occupancy in hospitals and ICU's on working days therefore provides sufficient information at the moment. That is why, from 14 April, we will only refresh these figures on the dashboard on working days.

Value from Sunday, 8 May - Saturday, 14 May · Source: NICE via RIVM

ICU beds occupied by COVID-19 patients

33 ICU beds are occupied by patients with COVID-19. Reserved beds: 200.
1 more than the previous value

This number shows how many ICU beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients. This is 4.6% of all occupied ICU beds. This is unrelated to maximum ICU capacity. If there are many COVID-19 patients in ICU, there is less room for other patients.

Value of Wednesday, 18 May · Source: LCPS

ICU admissions over time

This graph shows ICU admissions. The figure for each day indicates the number of people actually admitted on that day, not the number of admissions reported on that day. This gives a clear picture of the development of coronavirus in the Netherlands. There are often reporting delays of a few days for ICU admissions; data for the most recent days is therefore incomplete. The line of the average over the last seven days is therefore not shown in this part of the graph, because it does not give a good picture of reality.

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This graph shows ICU admissions. The figure for each day indicates the number of people actually admitted on that day, not the number of admissions reported on that day. This gives a clear picture of the development of coronavirus in the Netherlands. There are often reporting delays of a few days for ICU admissions; data for the most recent days is therefore incomplete. The line of the average over the last seven days is therefore not shown in this part of the graph, because it does not give a good picture of reality. Use the keyboard to navigate through the time in the graph. With the left and right arrow keys you can move backwards and forwards in time. Use the left angle bracket < to go back and the right angle bracket > to go forward. With page-up and page-down you make bigger steps. Use the Home key and End key to go to the beginning and end of the timeline.
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  • Average number over seven days
  • ICU admissions
  • Data for recent days is incomplete due to reporting delays

Source: NICE via RIVM

ICU bed occupancy over time

This graph shows the number of ICU beds occupied over time by patients with COVID-19. It represents not just the days on which patients were admitted to hospital but all days on which patients with COVID-19 were in hospital. The figures are provided by LCPS (National Coordination Centre for Patient Distribution) and updated on working days. This is the reason the graph shows white gaps. These are the days no data are provided.

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This graph shows the number of ICU beds occupied over time by patients with COVID-19. It represents not just the days on which patients were admitted to hospital but all days on which patients with COVID-19 were in hospital. The figures are provided by LCPS (National Coordination Centre for Patient Distribution) and updated on working days. This is the reason the graph shows white gaps. These are the days no data are provided. Use the keyboard to navigate through the time in the graph. With the left and right arrow keys you can move backwards and forwards in time. Use the left angle bracket < to go back and the right angle bracket > to go forward. With page-up and page-down you make bigger steps. Use the Home key and End key to go to the beginning and end of the timeline.

Source: LCPS

ICU admissions per age group over time

This graph shows the number of people per 1.000.000 who were admitted to a hospital intensive care unit, by age group. The graph shows the weekly totals of the admissions that took place that week.

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This graph shows the number of people per 1.000.000 who were admitted to a hospital intensive care unit, by age group. The graph shows the weekly totals of the admissions that took place that week. Use the keyboard to navigate through the time in the graph. With the left and right arrow keys you can move backwards and forwards in time. Use the left angle bracket < to go back and the right angle bracket > to go forward. With page-up and page-down you make bigger steps. Use the Home key and End key to go to the beginning and end of the timeline.
  • 0-19
  • 20-29
  • 30-39
  • 40-49
  • 50-59
  • 60-69
  • 70-79
  • 80-89
  • 90+
  • All age groups
  • Data for recent days is incomplete due to reporting delays

Source: NICE via RIVM