Hospitals - Hospital admissions

Hospital admissions

A rise in the number of patients with COVID-19 could overburden hospitals. This number is also a valid indicator for epidemic growth. This section of the dashboard shows the number of patients with COVID-19 admitted to hospital each day and the number of regular hospital beds occupied by patients with COVID-19. The dashboard provides national and regional figures drawn from various sources. To find out more about the information on this page, go to ‘Explanation of the data presented’.

Last values obtained on Sunday, 13 June. Is updated on a daily basis.

Download data: NICE via RIVM & LCPS

Hospital admissions reported per day

25 hospital admissions per day. Alert value: 40 admissions per day.
16 lower than the average of the past 7 days (41)

Number of people with COVID-19 admitted to hospital daily. This figure shows how many hospital admissions are reported per day, including patients from outside the hospital admitted directly to the ICU. It may include hospital admissions that occurred in previous days.

Value of Sunday, 13 June · Source: NICE via RIVM

Regular hospital beds occupied by COVID-19 patients

418
7 more than the previous value

This number shows how many non-ICU hospital beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients.

Value of Monday, 14 June · Source: LCPS

Residence of patients admitted to hospital

This map shows, by municipality or safety region, where people live who have been admitted to hospital with COVID-19. Please note that people may have been admitted to a hospital located somewhere else in the Netherlands; the map therefore does not show admission numbers per hospital. The figures here reflect the daily hospital admissions reported to the National Intensive Care Evaluation Registry (Stichting NICE).

Hospital admissions

  • 0
  • 5
  • 15

Value of Sunday, 13 June · Source: NICE via RIVM

Hospital admissions over time, by admission date

This graph shows hospital admissions, including admissions directly to ICU. 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 hospital 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.

27 Feb 202013 Jun 20210200400600800Alert value: 40
  • Average number over the past 7 days
  • Hospital admissions
  • Data for recent days is incomplete due to reporting delays

Source: NICE via RIVM

Hospital admissions per age group over time

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

Select one or more age groups to view them

24 Feb 20206 Jun 202102004006008001,000
  • All age groups
  • Data for recent days is incomplete due to reporting delays

Source: NICE via RIVM

Hospital bed occupancy over time (non ICU)

This graph shows the number of hospital beds (excluding 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.

27 Feb 202014 Jun 202101,0002,0003,0004,000
  • Regular hospital beds occupied by COVID-19 patients
  • Data is less precise

Source: LCPS