October 7, 2022

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613 COVID patients in intensive care unit (NL + D), 2094 in clinic (NL), 9 flights

613 COVID patients in intensive care unit (NL + D), 2094 in clinic (NL), 9 flights

The total number of COVID patients admitted in the Netherlands is 2707, which is 22 more than yesterday. Of these, 613 are in IC: 598 in the Netherlands and 15 in Germany. That’s more COVID patients in the ICU than yesterday. There are 2,094 COVID patients at the clinic in the Netherlands, 21 more than yesterday. Yesterday 9 supraregional and 0 international movements of COVID patients were achieved using LCPS.

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Today, 258 new COVID patients were admitted to Dutch hospitals, 52 fewer than yesterday. Of the new COVID patients, 33 were admitted to the ICU, 4 more than yesterday, 225 in the clinic, 56 less than yesterday. This weekend, the 10,000th clinical patient since October 15 was admitted. The average number of new admissions last week to the intensive care unit decreased and has remained somewhat the same for the clinic. See Figures 1 and 2 for all shapes. Please note: These numbers only contain patient numbers in Dutch hospitals.

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Total occupancy in the intensive care unit decreased from 18 to 1,029 patients. There are now 613 COVID patients in the intensive care unit: 598 in the Netherlands and 15 in Germany, 1 more than yesterday. There are 416 non-COVID patients in the intensive care unit in the Netherlands, 19 fewer than yesterday. The COVID occupancy rate in the intensive care unit has increased in the past week. See Figure 3 for all figures from Dutch hospitals.

occupation clinic
The total occupancy of the clinic increased from 55 to 12,675 beds. There are now 2,094 coronavirus patients in the clinic, 21 more than yesterday. The clinic’s COVID occupancy rate has decreased in the past week. See Figure 4 for all figures from Dutch hospitals.

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Interpretation of figures and graphs
The COVID occupancy rate in hospitals has skyrocketed in recent weeks. The influx of COVID patients stabilized last week. There are initial signs that the increase in the spread of the coronavirus is declining.

Due to the increase in the number of corona patients in hospitals, LCPS is spreading patients between care areas on a daily basis. In this way, we distribute coronavirus care evenly across our country and keep acute care affordable for everyone. Yesterday we did not transport any patients with COVID to Germany.

vigoup. 1 with patient numbers in Dutch hospitals.

vigoup. 2 with patient numbers in Dutch hospitals.

vigoup. 3 with patient numbers in Dutch hospitals.

vigoupg 4 with patient numbers in Dutch hospitals.