COVID-⁠19 Switzerland

Information on the current situation, as of 28 November 2023

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

The Dashboard Covid-⁠19 will no longer be updated after 28.11.2023. From now on you will find the data publication and visualizations on Covid-⁠19, influenza and other respiratory pathogens on the Infectious Diseases Dashboard (IDD).

Epidemiological course,Schwyz

Tests and share of positive tests

The number of positive tests may be higher than the number of newly confirmed cases due to some people being tested more than once.
Please note: There is no data available by canton or age group for the laboratory tests conducted before week 21/2020.
PCR tests detect the SARS-⁠CoV-⁠2 virus’s genetic material whereas rapid antigen tests detect specific proteins. Both tests are done with a nose and throat swab. The time frame desired can be selected with the slider below the graph.

Geographical distribution

Number of tests, Schwyz, 06.11.2023 to 19.11.2023

The graph shows the number of tests for the selected time frame.
Please note: There is no data available by canton or age group for the laboratory tests conducted before week 21/2020. Rapid antigen tests have only been carried out since week 45/2020
Number of testsShare of positive tests
Per 100 000 inh.Absolute numbers PCR tests Rapid antigen tests
Switzerland and Liechtenstein 257,27 22 583 34,59% 52,15%
Switzerland 258,00 22 546 34,58% 51,98%
Liechtenstein 94,74 37 41,67% 76,92%
Aargau 199,98 1406 31,4% 36,36%
Appenzell Ausserrhoden 149,32 83 28,07% 38,46%
Appenzell Innerrhoden 158,92 26 16,67% 12,5%
Basel-⁠Land 319,31 935 40,09% 41,67%
Basel-⁠Stadt 468,28 918 43,44% 55,56%
Bern 248,69 2605 39,13% 63,94%
Fribourg 149,78 494 32,55% 62,5%
Geneva 423,01 2155 29,14% 57,32%
Glarus 179,66 74 52% 42,86%
Grisons 105,28 212 47,65% 50,79%
Jura 458,01 338 29,08% 0%
Lucerne 163,21 686 33,28% 76,92%
Neuchâtel 396,22 698 30,12% 57,94%
Nidwalden 195,93 86 30,23% -
Obwalden 234,16 90 39,77% 100%
Schaffhausen 183,34 154 39,06% 80,77%
Schwyz 131,96 216 29,38% 31,82%
Solothurn 221,59 621 36,39% 31,82%
St. Gallen 142,32 739 36,13% 31,21%
Thurgau 195,48 559 33,33% 40,3%
Ticino 435,00 1532 39,68% 76%
Uri 145,76 54 37,04% -
Valais 336,34 1188 31,52% 66,67%
Vaud 339,50 2794 29,67% 52,4%
Zug 192,62 250 39,36% 100%
Zurich 232,19 3633 35,23% 78,67%
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Development over time: number of tests

Number of tests, Schwyz, 01.03.2020 to 19.11.2023

The graph shows the number of tests in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Please note: There is no data available by canton or age group for the laboratory tests conducted before week 21/2020. Rapid antigen tests have only been carried out since 02.11.2020.
Reported PCR tests
Reported rapid antigen tests
14-⁠day average
14-⁠day average (Switzerland and Liechtenstein)
No data

Tests per 100 000 inhabitants

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Development over time: share of positive tests

Share of positive tests, Schwyz, 01.03.2020 to 19.11.2023

The graph shows the share of positive tests for the selected time frame.
Please note: There is no data available by canton or age group for the laboratory tests conducted before week 21. Rapid antigen tests have only been carried out since 02.11.2020.
Share of positive PCR tests
Share of positive rapid antigen tests

Share of positive tests

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Demography

Number of tests, Schwyz, 24.02.2020 to 19.11.2023

The graph shows the number of tests in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Please note: There is no data available by canton or age group for the laboratory tests conducted before week 21/2020. Rapid antigen tests have only been carried out since week 45/2020.
Distribution by age group
Tests per 100 000 inhabitants
0377,6
No tests
No data

Total population

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