New COVID-19 cases - Weekly review: 23 - 29 November
The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 continues to decrease slightly, but remains at a high level, with 3,565 cases for the week of 23-29 November, compared to 3.851 cases for the previous week (-8%).
New COVID-19 cases - Weekly review: 16 - 22 November
The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 continues to decrease slightly, but remains at a high level, with 3,851 cases for the week of 16 to 22 November, compared to 4,013 cases for the previous week.
Daily situation update
11.502 Number of PCR tests performed
Per 100.000 inhabitants: 1.837
672 People tested positive for COVID-19
Per 100.000 inhabitants: 107,33
Normal care: 169
Intensive care: 41
4 New deaths
Total deaths: 334
5,84 Positivity rate in %
Reproduction rate: 1,04
It should also be noted that the statistics reported each day always correspond to the situation of the previous day.
Source: Ministry of Health
Next update: 03.12.2020 entre 17:30 - 18:00
Under the law on the mandatory reporting of infectious diseases, laboratories are required to report test results for certain infectious diseases within specified time limits. Thus, PCR test results regarding a COVID-19 infection must be sent to the Health Inspectorate Division within one day. Nevertheless, delays longer than one day may occur and laboratories may send some PCR test results with a delay of several days. As a result of this catching-up on tests, retrospective corrections are made to the statistics presented on the www.covid19.lu website.