Reports rose more than fivefold in four weeks
The number of reports is rising significantly in nearly all regions and in all age groups. The number of newly reported infections has increased more than fivefold compared to four weeks ago.
13,471 new COVID-19 infections were reported in the week of 16 - 22 September by the Municipal Public Health Services (GGDs).
Together with the water boards, RIVM is currently testing sewage samples for the presence of the novel coronavirus. This involves a total of more than 300 sampling points at sewage treatment plants throughout the Netherlands.
8,265 new COVID-19 infections were reported over the past week by the Municipal Public Health Services (GGDs). For the second week in a row, there has been a sharp increase in the number of positive tests reported
Total aluminium exposure through food, consumer products and soil is well below the health-based guidance value. This is the maximum daily intake that will not lead to any adverse effects.
Since the recent resurgence of the novel coronavirus, more people perceive the virus as threatening. At the same time, support for the measures has increased and people are following the behavioural recommendations more closely.
5,427 new COVID-19 infections were reported over the past week by the Municipal Public Health Services (GGDs). The number of newly reported people who tested positive for COVID-19 is much higher than last week (3,597 people).
3,597 new COVID-19 infections were reported last week. This is almost the same as last week, when there were 3,588 newly reported infections
In 2019, the Dutch reporting centre for adverse effects of medical implants (MEBI) received 397 reports of suspected adverse effects. The reports concerned 462 implants.