The table below shows the most important (calculated) Corona statistics based on the data proviced by multiple open data providers until and including 18 August 2020.
|Number of tests performed (% positive)||111.241 tests (3,15 % positive)||Week 33 2020||RIVM|
|Number of confirmed Corona patients (positive tests)||489 infections today* (63.973 in total)||18 August 2020||RIVM|
|Infected per 100.000 population||46 Corona cases per 100.000 inhabitants in the Netherlands in the past 14 days (the Netherlands come at position 70 in the ranking of countries world wide, sorted by the number of cases per population)||18 August 2020||RIVM / ECDC|
|(Average) number of Corona cases past period||7 days: 4.000, 7 days average per day: 571, 14 days: 8.018, 14 days average per day: 573, 31 days: 12.392, 31 days average per day: 400, 90 days: 19.526, 90 days average per day: 217, 150 days: 57.561, 150 days average per day: 394||18 August 2020||RIVM|
|Reproduction number ("R")||1,30 infections by one infectious person||11 August 2020||Rijksoverheid, Corona dashboard|
|Corona patients admitted to a hospital||4 hospitalised today* (12.042 total)||18 August 2020||RIVM|
|(Average) number of admissions past period||7 days: 48, 7 days average per day: 7, 14 days: 83, 14 days average per day: 6, 31 days: 147, 31 days average per day: 5, 90 days: 415, 90 days average per day: 5, 150 days: 10.206, 150 days average per day: 70||18 August 2020||RIVM|
|Hospital admissions (LCPS)||Corona related hospital admissions outside the Intensive Care: 129||18 August 2020||LCPS|
|Corona patients admitted to the Intensive Care||1 hospitalised today (52 patients at the IC, 3.002 been at the IC cumulatively)||18 August 2020||NICE|
|Corona patients admitted to the Intensive Care||42 hospitalised today (3 day on day difference)||18 August 2020||LCPS|
|Intensive Care occupancy total||646 present in total at the IC in the Netherlands||18 August 2020||LCPS|
|Patients died from the Coronavirus||3 deaths today* (6.175 total)||18 August 2020||RIVM|
|(Average) number of Corona deaths past period||7 days: 16, 7 days average per day: 2, 14 days: 25, 14 days average per day: 2, 31 days: 39, 31 days average per day: 1, 90 days: 427, 90 days average per day: 5, 150 days: 5.819, 150 days average per day: 40||18 August 2020||RIVM|
|Deceased persons in general||2.620 deaths||Week 31 2020||CBS|
|Confirmed infections worldwide||189.843 patients (21.896.155 total)||17 August 2020||ECDC|
|Patients deceased worldwide||4.233 deaths (774.539 total)||17 August 2020||ECDC|
The table shows the most important Corona indicators for the Netherlands.
Figures for the number of IC patients and hospital admissions are available from the LCPS as well as the NICE foundation. The data may differ between these parties. This can be partly explained by a difference in definitions, as stated by the NICE foundation: "At NICE we are interested in the complete course of disease of patients who have been admitted to IC with COVID-19. As a certain patient over time is no longer contagious, but still needs IC care in connection with the aftermath of a COVID infection, this patient will remain in our overviews For the LCPS it is important to know how many special COVID beds are needed. The LCPS uses aggregated IC level information that ROAZ regions deliver on a daily basis The LCPS overviews exclude patients who are no longer contagious after a period of COVID infection and have been transferred to a regular IC bed. Patients with suspicious status of COVID-19 are also not included in the overviews presented by LCPS. ".
The figures from RIVM on the number of positive tests per week sometimes differ slightly from the figures of RIVM on the number of confirmed infections per day added up for the same week. This is possibly due to different measuring moments. The data is as recent as possible and is updated daily with new figures.
The table shows the most recent data, there are also pages per region (country, province, municipality) with the daily historic data at AllCharts.info. And the historic data is also available as free Excel download.
* = Difference between yesterday's total as known today and today's total. A downward correction may cause a 'negative increase'.