Infections
- Confirmed cases

Contact tracing GGDs in Fryslân

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 Tuesday, 3 August. Is updated on a weekly basis.

Source: RIVM

Data gathered

Insufficient data

Due to the high number of positive tests, the GGD was not able to carry out regular contact tracing between 26 July and 1 August. This means that insufficient data has been gathered to produce a reliable overview of settings in which people may have become infected.

Settings in which people may have become infected

The table shows the percentage of infected people in this safety region who may have become infected in the setting in question. People who have the virus do not always know where they were infected, or by whom. Where a person could have become infected at home, at work or during travel, this is included in all three settings. The total for all settings may therefore exceed 100%. The information covers the period from 26 July to 1 August and does not include people whose setting of infection is unknown.

SettingPossibly infected
At home and visiting
Insufficient data
Work
Insufficient data
School and childcare
Insufficient data
Healthcare
Insufficient data
Gatherings
Insufficient data
Travel
Insufficient data
Restaurants, cafés and bars
Insufficient data
Other
Insufficient data

Value from Monday, 26 July - Sunday, 1 August · Source: RIVM

Settings in which people may have become infected: developments over time

Select a setting to see changes over time. The graph shows the percentage of infected people in this safety region who may have become infected in the setting in question.

Select one or more settings to view them separately

Select a setting to see changes over time. The graph shows the percentage of infected people in this safety region who may have become infected in the setting in question. 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. 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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  • Insufficient data

Source: RIVM