Consequences for healthcare
- People over 70 living at home

People over 70 living at home

People aged over 70 are extra vulnerable to coronavirus infection. A greater vulnerability creates an additional risk of hospitalization. Keeping track of the number of infections among over-70s who are still living independently in their own homes makes targeted measures possible. This only concerns independently living people over the age of 70.

Last values obtained on Friday, 2 December. Is updated on Tuesday and Friday.

Source: RIVM

Number of confirmed cases among over-70s living at home

85
37 less than the previous value

The number of people over 70 living at home who were reported as testing positive for COVID-19 on one day. About 2,3 miljon people over 70 live at home.

Value of Thursday, 1 December · Source: RIVM

Number of confirmed cases per 100,000 among over-70s living at home

3.74

This figure shows how many people over 70 living at home were reported as testing positive for COVID-19 yesterday, per 100,000 over-70s living at home. This figure makes it easier to compare the situation in different regions.

Value of Thursday, 1 December · Source: RIVM

Number of confirmed cases among over-70s living at home over time

This graph shows how many confirmed cases of coronavirus among over-70s were reported. The graph also shows a seven-day rolling average. Data for the most recent days is 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 how many confirmed cases of coronavirus among over-70s were reported. The graph also shows a 7-day rolling average. Averages for the most recent days are not included in the graph, because the data for these days are yet incomplete. Averages would therefore not represent 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 the past seven days
  • Number of confirmed cases among over-70s living at home
  • Data for recent days is incomplete due to reporting delays

Source: RIVM

Number of confirmed cases among over-70s living at home per safety region

This map shows he number of confirmed cases per 100,000 among over-70s living at home per safety region were reported on one day per 100,000 inhabitants.

Value of Thursday, 1 December · Source: RIVM

People over 70 living at home - COVID-19 deaths

By keeping track of how many people over 70 living at home have died from COVID-19, we get a picture of the situation in this group of vulnerable people.

Last values obtained on Friday, 2 December. Is updated on Tuesday and Friday.

Source: RIVM

COVID-19 deaths among over-70s living at home, per day

0

The number of people over 70 living at home who were reported as deceased due to COVID-19 yesterday.

Value of Thursday, 1 December · Source: RIVM

Number of COVID-19 deaths among over-70s living at home over time

This graph shows how many over-70's who live at home were reported to have deceased. The graph also shows averages over the past seven days. The most recent days are not included in the average, because the figures for these days are not yet complete. Therefore, the line for the last 7 days is not included in the average.

The map shows "Show all"
The map shows "Last 7 days"
The map shows "Last 30 days"
The map shows "Last 3 months"
The map shows "Last 6 months"
The map shows "Last year"
This graph shows how many confirmed cases of coronavirus among over-70s were reported. The graph also shows a 7-day rolling average. Averages for the most recent days are not included in the graph, because the data for these days are yet incomplete. Averages would therefore not represent 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.
0
  • Average number over the past seven days
  • Number of deceased
  • Data for recent days is incomplete due to reporting delays

Source: RIVM