COVID-⁠19 Switzerland

Information on the current situation, as of 7 February 2023

The key figures will be published each Tuesday at 15:30.

Epidemiological course,Zug

Laboratory-⁠confirmed cases

The published data is based on information submitted by laboratories, doctors and hospitals. It refers to the new reports we received and reviewed. The figures might therefore deviate from those communicated by the cantons. The time frame desired can be selected with the slider below the graph.

Geographical distribution

Laboratory-⁠confirmed cases, Zug, 23.01.2023 to 05.02.2023

The graph shows the laboratory-⁠confirmed cases in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Laboratory-⁠confirmed cases
Per 100 000 inh.Absolute numbers
Switzerland and Liechtenstein 20,13 1767
Switzerland 19,97 1745
Liechtenstein 56,33 22
Aargau 17,21 121
Appenzell Ausserrhoden 17,99 10
Appenzell Innerrhoden 12,22 2
Basel-⁠Land 26,64 78
Basel-⁠Stadt 41,32 81
Bern 16,99 178
Fribourg 10,92 36
Geneva 32,98 168
Glarus 12,14 5
Grisons 19,86 40
Jura 17,62 13
Lucerne 16,65 70
Neuchâtel 23,27 41
Nidwalden 18,23 8
Obwalden 15,61 6
Schaffhausen 10,71 9
Schwyz 17,72 29
Solothurn 19,27 54
St. Gallen 14,83 77
Thurgau 16,79 48
Ticino 36,06 127
Uri 2,70 1
Valais 13,31 47
Vaud 18,59 153
Zug 13,10 17
Zurich 20,84 326
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Geographic distribution over time

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Development over time

Laboratory-⁠confirmed cases, Zug, 01.03.2020 to 05.02.2023

The graph shows the development of laboratory-⁠confirmed cases in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

Weekly values: The line represents the 14-⁠⁠day rolling average (i.e. the average for the past two weeks).
14-⁠⁠day values: The line represents the sum of the last 14 days as the incidence (cases per 100,000 inhabitants) or as an absolute number. Total: The line represents the total of all cases from the date selected.
Reported cases
14-⁠day average
14-⁠day average (Switzerland and Liechtenstein)

Per 100 000 inhabitants

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Demography

Laboratory-⁠confirmed cases, Zug, 24.02.2020 to 05.02.2023

The graph shows the development of laboratory-⁠confirmed cases in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Distribution by age group
Per 100 000 inhabitants
0443,72
No cases

Total population

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