Belgium: Rate of hospitalization due to COVID-19 facing continuous downfall

In Belgium, the rate of hospitalization, as well as the individuals requiring life-saving treatment, are constantly decreasing. As per the information provided by the sources, all other leading coronavirus indicators are moving in the correct direction.

According to the information provided by the Sciensano Public Health Institute on Wednesday, an average of 137.3 of the people getting infected from the COVID-19 were hospitalized.
on a per-day basis, there was a 29 percent decrease between 23 February to 1 March.

Along with this, the figures highlight the maximum number of those that has been admitted to the health care centre by getting infected from the virus, excluding the individuals hospitalized in the hospital with another health issue as well as tested positive for COVID-19.

On Tuesday, a maximum of 2,189 of the individuals were in the hospitals in Belgium by getting infected from the infection, 130 which is less as compared to Monday.

In addition, these figures involved all of the people who have been tested positive for COVID-19 infection, which includes those who were first admitted with a different situation.

Two hundred twenty-four of the individuals were treated in the intensive care unit (-19), and 194 (-8) patients were on ventilators.

Meanwhile, on Friday, the Consultative Committee to switch to the Code Yellow on the coronavirus barometer in the coming next gathering, which is allowing more of the measures to be relaxed, the most of the COVID patients has been decreased from 65 and the number of beds, occupied in intensive care should be under 300.

Furthermore, around 20 to 26 February, there was 6,471 new cases of the COVID-19 reported on a daily basis which was 30 percent less than in the previous days.

In overall Belgium, the cases of the Omicron variant has been reported as 61 percent, which is reduced from 61 percent from the previous week.

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