Belgium: Admissions of COVID-19 infection decreased by 4%


Sciensano Public Health Institute Publicize the data on Friday that the admission of covid infection decreased to 4% percent, an average of 9,658 new coronavirus infections were identified every day between March 29 and April 4.

The highly transmissible Omicron variant, Omicron BA.2 variant, accounts for 92.7% of all cases, while the Delta variant has been eliminated.


According to the reports, an average of 23.7 percent of people infected with the coronavirus(COVID-19) virus die daily; due to the daily death rate in the country, the figures are increased by 3% percent. Since the pandemic’s beginning, the total of covid infection amount to 30,997.

Moreover, approximately a 2% decrease has been registered for the hospital admissions due to the coronavirus; from April 1 to April 7, an average of 215 patients are dealing with the hospital admissions due to the deadly virus.

This number reflects how many people end up in hospital specifically because of the virus, not those who are admitted with another condition and then test positive for the coronavirus.

On Thursday, a total of 3,073 people were in Belgian hospitals due to an infection, two more than on Monday. Meanwhile, the number of people being treated in intensive care is still slightly rising and now sits at 176.

This number covers all patients who tested positive for Covid-19, including those who were first admitted with a different condition.

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