COVID-19 on the rise again

Christian W    October 7th, 2022

The number of new cases shot up nationwide last week and more people are being hospitalised

More tests are coming back positive (photo: Pixabay)

According to a new report from the State Serum Institute (SSI), COVID-19 is once again on the rise following a stable period.

The report showed that the number of new cases increased in all regions of the country last week.

Region Zealand had the highest frequency of new cases – 172 per 100,000 people – while the Capital Region had the lowest number per capita with 119 per 100,000.

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More tests and hospitalisations

The number of PCR tests also increased by 17 percent last week compared to the previous week.

SSI also revealed that there were more COVID-19-related hospitalisations last week, though fewer ended up in intensive wards. 

“The number of admissions to intensive care units is still at a very low level. The number of COVID-19 related deaths has risen in the latest week to 47 deaths in week 39. There is still no excess general mortality in the population,” wrote SSI.

It’s the 70-89-year-olds who account for the biggest share of new hospitalisations. 

Read SSI’s report here. It is in Danish, but the overall assessment on page 3 is in English.

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