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Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Netherlands - statistics & facts

The Netherlands reported its first coronavirus (COVID-19) case on February 27, 2020. Since then, the country has performed over four million coronavirus tests. As of December 15, the number of people tested positive amounted to 628,577. According to the number of cases per province, Zuid-Holland (South Holland), where The Hague and Rotterdam are located, was most severely affected by the virus. The number of daily cases first peaked at 1,335 on April 10. Since September, however, daily numbers surged rapidly. On October 24, for instance, the Netherlands registered a peak of 11,083 cases. The real-time effective coronavirus reproduction rate (Rt) notably increased over the benchmark value of one in early November. On December 15, the coronavirus death toll in the Netherlands amounted to 10,168. Currently, the Dutch coronavirus death rate stands under two percent.

During the pandemic, hospitals in the Netherlands treated over 18 thousand coronavirus patients. Since September, Dutch hospitals report an increasing number of patients. On December 15, a total of 531 patients were in intensive care (ICU). Although hospitals face an increase in coronavirus patients, figures remain lower than the peaks previously experienced earlier in April.

The Netherlands now implements a partial lockdown. Staying and working at home is strongly advised and so is a 1.5 meter distance between people. All establishments serving food and drinks are closed, except for takeaway. Since November 17, rules have been revised. Museums, zoos, amusement parks, and other leisure venues are open with limited time visits. Shops remain open if they follow lockdown rules for establishments. It is also mandatory for everyone aged 13 or over to wear a face mask in indoor public spaces.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Netherlands - statistics & facts

The Netherlands reported its first coronavirus (COVID-19) case on February 27, 2020. Since then, the country has performed over four million coronavirus tests. As of December 15, the number of people tested positive amounted to 628,577. According to the number of cases per province, Zuid-Holland (South Holland), where The Hague and Rotterdam are located, was most severely affected by the virus. The number of daily cases first peaked at 1,335 on April 10. Since September, however, daily numbers surged rapidly. On October 24, for instance, the Netherlands registered a peak of 11,083 cases. The real-time effective coronavirus reproduction rate (Rt) notably increased over the benchmark value of one in early November. On December 15, the coronavirus death toll in the Netherlands amounted to 10,168. Currently, the Dutch coronavirus death rate stands under two percent.

During the pandemic, hospitals in the Netherlands treated over 18 thousand coronavirus patients. Since September, Dutch hospitals report an increasing number of patients. On December 15, a total of 531 patients were in intensive care (ICU). Although hospitals face an increase in coronavirus patients, figures remain lower than the peaks previously experienced earlier in April.

The Netherlands now implements a partial lockdown. Staying and working at home is strongly advised and so is a 1.5 meter distance between people. All establishments serving food and drinks are closed, except for takeaway. Since November 17, rules have been revised. Museums, zoos, amusement parks, and other leisure venues are open with limited time visits. Shops remain open if they follow lockdown rules for establishments. It is also mandatory for everyone aged 13 or over to wear a face mask in indoor public spaces.

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In the following 6 chapters, you will quickly find the {amountStatistics} most important statistics relating to "Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Netherlands".

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