Coronavirus: the threshold of 100,000 cases crossed in Belgium, trend still increasing

In addition, there was an average of 44 hospital admissions per day between September 12 and 18.

Lthe 100,000 cases in Belgium have now been crossed. In total, 100,748 coronavirus contaminations were recorded. The average number of coronavirus contaminations per day reached 1,107 cases between September 10 and 16 in Belgium, an increase of 65%, provisional figures from the last update of the dashboard of the Institute of Public Health, Sciensano.

Compared to the figures communicated on Saturday, 1,099 new positive cases were identified, bringing the total of contaminations to 100,748.

Admissions on the rise

In addition, there was an average of 44 hospital admissions per day between September 12 and 18. This brings the total admissions since the start of the epidemic to 19,581.

Deaths are relatively stable at 2.7 per day on average between September 10 and 16, for a total of 9,944.

Finally, the contamination rate per 100,000 inhabitants, calculated over the period from September 3 to 16, is still increasing and is now at 108.3 (+ 97%).

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