Eastern Europe is shown in dark red on the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDC) map. Our country remains completely dark red and there are only a few spots of green left in Europe.
Last week, after Wallonia and Brussels, Flanders also turned dark red on the European Corona map. Nothing will change for now. Our northern neighbors are now following our example. Holland Meanwhile it turns dark red except in the northern provinces of Groningen and Drenthe.
in a France Now we also see a red spot and the southeast Germany Meanwhile it turns dark red. Poland Sees dark spots. and in Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria employment Greece No light-colored area to be seen. Moreover Estonia, Latvia employment Lithuania Still dark red.
Portugal It’s still orange now. Spain It is often orange and still has some green areas. But the red areas now appear there, too. Italy Last week it turned almost completely orange with some green spots. These green areas have largely disappeared and some red areas have been added. Sardinia too Malta It is still green.
mode in NorwayAnd Sweden and Finland employment Iceland It hasn’t changed much. Only the far north in Norway turns dark red. It concerns the provinces of Finnmark and Troms. Denmark It was an orange area last week, but it’s currently completely red.
The European Center for Disease Control and Prevention publishes a color European Corona map every Thursday, based on the number of infections and the percentage of positive tests in the past 14 days. The card contains four colors: green, orange, red and dark red.
A country or region turns red in two cases: when the infection rate per 100,000 population in fourteen days fluctuates between 75 and 200 with a positive percentage (of 100 positive tests) above 4 percent or when the infection rate is above 200, regardless Regardless of the percentage of positivity.