COVID-19 DENMARK DATA

Get overview data on coronavirus disease/COVID-19. Statistics and charts are updated on a daily basis and include all Denmark cities data on the number of people tested, confirmed cases, infection ended, and deaths.

 




COVID-19 DENMARK OVERVIEW

Kommune
Positive
Tested*
Aabenraa 49 6451
Aalborg 172 30333
Aarhus 411 44483
Albertslund 156 4643
Allerød 33 3856
Assens 21 4770
Ballerup 211 9260
Billund 23 2792
Bornholm 79 6928
Brøndby 218 5836
Brønderslev 52 5282
Christiansø less than 10 9
Dragør 31 1963
Egedal 239 7348
Esbjerg 127 16473
Faaborg-Midtfyn 33 5758
Fanø less than 10 348
Favrskov 29 5200
Faxe 67 4621
Fredensborg 115 6644
Fredericia 46 6354
Frederiksberg 457 18977
Frederikshavn 33 7406
Frederikssund 154 7706
Furesø 112 6845
Gentofte 271 11408
Gladsaxe 289 11832
Glostrup 176 4333
Greve 115 7180
Gribskov 95 6320
Guldborgsund 95 7950
Haderslev 10 5479
Halsnæs 64 4714
Hedensted 17 4652
Helsingør 271 11971
Herlev 168 5481
Herning 272 11849
Hillerød 155 9366
Hjørring 101 14824
Holbæk 172 9294
Holstebro 271 8260
Horsens 44 9031
Hvidovre 325 10445
Høje-Taastrup 232 7888
Hørsholm 66 3797
Ikast-Brande 65 4827
Ishøj 181 4773
Jammerbugt 31 4645
Kalundborg 81 5353
Kerteminde 15 2567
Kolding 118 13278
København 2541 115527
Køge 179 8662
Langeland less than 10 1173
Lejre 61 4168
Lemvig 25 1928
Lolland 88 5310
Lyngby-Taarbæk 174 8929
Læsø less than 10 400
Mariagerfjord 33 4460
Middelfart 42 4658
Morsø 19 2246
Norddjurs less than 10 3807
Nordfyns 17 3287
Nyborg 38 3550
Næstved 191 13740
Odder less than 10 2490
Odense 239 28952
Odsherred 66 4020
Randers 39 9506
Rebild 18 3330
Ringkøbing-Skjern 80 5757
Ringsted 62 4595
Roskilde 223 14554
Rudersdal 185 8737
Rødovre 156 6867
Samsø less than 10 332
Silkeborg 125 12461
Skanderborg 56 6953
Skive 56 5314
Slagelse 389 11738
Solrød 81 4028
Sorø 65 3720
Stevns 30 2597
Struer 34 2470
Svendborg 83 6852
Syddjurs 17 4557
Sønderborg 19 7581
Thisted 34 5742
Tårnby 112 6458
Tønder 13 3337
Vallensbæk 118 2964
Varde 21 5586
Vejen 24 4756
Vejle 96 13893
Vesthimmerlands 65 4007
Viborg 100 13964
Vordingborg 69 5564
Ærø less than 10 616
Last update: 30-06-2020, time: 14:00
*Last update: 30-06-2020
Source:- Statens Serum Institut

AGE GROUP OVERVIEW

Age Group Overview
Age GroupTotal confirmed casesHospitalized (Women)*Hospitalized (Men)*Total admited*
0 to 9168--12
10 to 19378--11
20 to 291308282250
30 to 391368493281
40 to 4917789090180
50 to 591833126179305
60 to 691178128217345
70 to 79876211318529
80 to 89706216210426
90+2288139120
Total982192911072059
Latest Updated: 05-05-2020
Source: Statens Serum Institut, COVID-19 monitoring report
Note: If totals do not match the sum of the numbers, there are less than 5 people in some of the age groups for which numbers are not provided.
✱ Inpatients include patients who have been or have been admitted for more than 12 hours. A relevant hospitalization is defined as a hospitalization within 14 days of the sampling date for a positive SARS-CoV-2 sample. There are some delays in the reports to the Land Patient Register.

Joint Danish authorities’ hotline: +45 70 20 02 33

The joint hotline can give you general information on how to deal with COVID-19. The hotline is open 24/7. If you are ill and need advice, please don’t call the hotline, but call your doctor.

Practitioners who want to discuss clinical issues should call the physician on call at the infectious medicine hotline.

Information in 25 languages

Information and hotline about Coronavirus in your language.

DRC – Danish Refugee Council has set up a telephone hotline and website with instant messaging, where refugees and immigrants can get advice and updated information about COVID-19 in their own language.

The hotline and chat are live daily from 2-4 pm and speak 25 languages.

The initiative is a joint effort between the DRC-Danish Refugee Council and Als Research and is coordinated with the Danish authorities. The project is supported by the Novo Nordisk Foundation grant NNF20SH0062955.

Each language has its own telephone hotline number. 




Novel coronavirus Protect yourself and others

The novel coronavirus typically spreads from one person to another in places
with many people present via direct physical contact (shaking hands, hugging,
kissing, etc.) and via droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
Take care of your health and protect others by doing the following:

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Wash your hands frequently or sanitize your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub.

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Cough or sneeze into your sleeve, not your hands .

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Limit physical contact – avoid handshakes, refuse kisses on the cheek and avoid hugging.

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Be diligent with cleaning – both at home and in your workplace.

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Keep your distance and ask others to be considerate.




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