Risk level

Risk level in Zaanstreek-Waterland

Every 2 weeks we reassess the risk level in each safety region based on the number of positive tests (new confirmed cases) and the number of hospital admissions there. If one of these figures gives cause to set a higher risk level than the other, the higher risk level applies. Certain measures apply at each risk level. The exact measures that apply in this safety region depend on the situation in the rest of the country as well as the situation here. Read more about the risk levels and the impact they have on the coronavirus measures on the page ‘About the risk levels’

Last values obtained on Sunday, April 11. Is updated on a weekly basis.

Current risk level

4
Severe

This is the risk level that currently applies in this region. The risk level is reassessed every 2 weeks based on the number of hospital admissions and the number of positive tests (new confirmed cases) at that time.

  • This risk level has been determined on March 30

  • The risk level is based on the figures from March 22 to March 28

    • Positive tests

      371 per 100,000 residents per week

    • Hospital admissions (including ICU)

      132.7 per million residents per week

  • The risk level will be reassessed rond April 13

Positive tests

328
per 100,000 residents per week
0
35
100
250
Caution
Concern
Serious
Severe

This figure shows how many people from this safety region have tested positive per 100,000 residents in the past 7 days. The bar shows the level of severity of this figure.

Value from Monday, April 5 - Sunday, April 11 · Source: RIVM

Hospital admissions (including ICU)

127
per million residents per week
0
4
16
27
Caution
Concern
Serious
Severe

This figure shows how many people from this safety region have been admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 in the past 7 days (per million residents). The bar shows the level of severity of this figure.

Value from Sunday, April 4 - Saturday, April 10 · Source: RIVM