Since Tuesday is 333 danes have been tested positive for the corona, so that total has been 5402 smittetilfælde.
There continues to be an increase in the number of danes who are tested positive for the coronavirus.
the Number of confirmed infected is Wednesday determined to 5402 persons. This is an increase of 333 since Tuesday. It informs the Statens Serum Institut (SSI).
It is far from all with symptoms of the coronavirus, which is being tested. Therefore, it assesses the real smittetal to be much higher.
Statens Serum Institut estimates that up to 30-70 times more than the official number may be infected with the virus.
It is partly based on experiences from Iceland and Germany. In addition, the estimate is built on the test of 1000 danes, who have donated blood.
the Government has put up to partially re-open Denmark after easter. This means that nurseries, kindergartens and primary and lower secondary school at least classes to be back to everyday life.
the Reopening, according to the Statens Serum Institut to mean more infected and hospitalized in Denmark.
the SSI has been at the forefront of a group of experts, who have tried to calculate how the virus will evolve after the opening.
Experts estimate that smittetrykket will rise to 1.23, 1.00. The number covers how many people an infected even contagious.
The more infected will lead to that the number of inpatients at hospitals will rise to 649. Which assessed 264 to an intensive care unit.
on Tuesday, there were 472 patients in the country’s hospitals – thereof 127 in an intensive care unit.
The maximum load capacity of the health care system is expected to be from the beginning to the middle of may.
the Experts stresses that the numbers are associated with great uncertainty. However, from the estimates, the increased infection be to handle for the Danish health care system.
There are estimated to be released 800-900 intensivpladser with respirators at the country’s hospitals to coronapatienter. However, it will only be for a short period of weeks or months. It is evidenced by a memo from the Danish Health and medicines authority.