This table shows what percentage of infections can be attributed to the different coronavirus variants detected in the Netherlands. The first column shows the name of the variant and the second column shows the country in which the variant was first detected. The third column shows the percentages of each variant. The last column shows whether the percentage of a variant has increased, decreased or remained the same in relation to the previous measurement.
The information in the table is for the period from 12 to 18 July. The figures for the most recent weeks are not yet available. The table is updated weekly. Read more about the numbers shown here in the Explanation of the data presented.
The Delta variant was first found in India.
The Alpha variant was first found in United Kingdom.
The Gamma variant was first found in Brazil.
The Lambda variant was first found in Peru.
The Kappa variant was first found in India.
The Eta variant was first found in Nigeria.
The Beta variant was first found in South Africa.
The other coronavirus variants detected in samples.