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Health questions
247-65533
The hotline is available Monday to Friday during office hours. For important medical questions concerning Covid-19, the Health Helpline is available on weekends between 10.00 and 18.00 hours. Please also have a look at the FAQs on our website.

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Situation update

(06.07.2020)

Current situation COVID-19: New infections, hospitalisations in intensive care, deaths.

4.542 People tested positive for COVID-19 (3.700 residents)
  • Difference to previous day: +20
  • Percentage of positive tests: 4,31%
  • Residents: 3.700
  • Non-residents: 842
  • Average age: 44 years
  • Ratio men / women: 52,01%/ 47,99%
226.761 Persons tested since the beginning of the crisis (181.675 residents)
  • Residents: 181.675
  • Non-residents: 45.086
  • Active infections: 378
  • People cured: 4.054
110 Deaths
  • Difference to previous day: +0
  • Average age: 84 years
  • Median age: 84 years

(* does not include the decease of 1 person from the French Great East region who was hospitalized in Luxembourg)

 
19 Hospitalizations (COVID-19 and suspected cases)
  • Standard care: 16
  • Intensive care: 3**
  • Hospital departures: 959***

(***including certain short-term stays)

1,18 Reproduction rate Rt_eff
  • Reproduction rate (Rt) : 1,26

Source: COVID-19 research Taskforce

Next update: 07.07.2020 between 17:30 - 18:00

On weekends and public holidays the update is limited to the following three figures:

  • People tested positive for COVID-19

  • Persons tested since the beginning of the crisis

  • Deaths

 

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