Risk level

Risk level in Brabant-Zuidoost

Every two weeks we reassess the risk level in each safety region, based on the number of confirmed cases and the number of hospital admissions. The most serious of these two numbers determines the risk level. Read more about how the risk level is determined, the current risk level of all safety regions and the coronavirus measures.

Last values obtained on Monday, 14 June. Is updated on a weekly basis.

Current risk level

risk level
4
Severe

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

  • Determined on 8 June

  • Based on figures from 31 May to 6 June

    • Positive tests

      96 per 100,000 inhabitants per week

    • Hospital admissions (including ICU)

      30.7 per million inhabitants per week

  • Will be reassessed around 22 June

Positive tests

50
per 100,000 inhabitants 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 inhabitants in the past 7 days. The bar shows the level of severity of this figure.

Value from Tuesday, 8 June - Monday, 14 June · Source: RIVM

Hospital admissions (including ICU)

24
per million inhabitants 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 inhabitants). The bar shows the level of severity of this figure.

Value from Monday, 7 June - Sunday, 13 June · Source: RIVM