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COVID-19 situation update for the EU/EEA and the UK, as of 8 November 2020

The data presented on this page has been collected between 6:00 and 10:00 CET

Disclaimer: National updates are published at different times and in different time zones. This, and the time ECDC needs to process these data, may lead to discrepancies between the national numbers and the numbers published by ECDC. Users are advised to use all data with caution and awareness of their limitations. Data are subject to retrospective corrections; corrected datasets are released as soon as processing of updated national data has been completed.

As of 08 November 2020, 9 063 320 cases have been reported in the EU/EEA and the UK: France (1 748 705), Spain (1 328 832), United Kingdom (1 171 441), Italy (902 490), Germany (658 505), Poland (521 640), Belgium (494 073), Czechia (411 220), Netherlands (403 914), Romania (296 999), Portugal (173 540), Austria (146 502), Sweden (146 461), Hungary (109 616), Bulgaria (74 485), Slovakia (73 667), Ireland (64 855), Croatia (64 704), Greece (54 809), Denmark (54 230), Slovenia (44 271), Norway (23 225), Lithuania (22 719), Luxembourg (22 481), Finland (17 385), Latvia (7 880), Malta (7 039), Estonia (5 933), Cyprus (5 871), Iceland (5 063) and Liechtenstein (765).

13-day COVID-19 case notification rate per 100 000

13-day COVID-19 case notification rate per 100 000

Source: ecdc.europa.eu - Click to enlarge

Disclaimer: This map, showing cases at sub-national level, is based on data recorded once a week. Therefore, the time frame for this map and the national table above is not the same, which can result in different values in the table and the map.

As of 08 November 2020, 241 709 deaths have been reported in the EU/EEA and the UK: United Kingdom (48 888), Italy (41 063), France (40 169), Spain (38 833), Belgium (12 907), Germany (11 289), Netherlands (7 950), Romania (7 793), Poland (7 636), Sweden (6 022), Czechia (4 681), Portugal (2 848), Hungary (2 438), Ireland (1 945), Bulgaria (1 632), Austria (1 318), Croatia (752), Greece (749), Denmark (740), Slovenia (378), Finland (362), Slovakia (351), Norway (285), Lithuania (203), Luxembourg (185), Latvia (96), Malta (74), Estonia (73), Cyprus (28), Iceland (18) and Liechtenstein (3).

*United Kingdom: from 3 October 2020, due to a technical issue, COVID-19 cases from 24 September to 1 October will be reported by British authorities in the coming days.

On 2 October 2020, authorities in Ireland retrocorrected the total number of COVID-19 deaths leading to a negative value for the deaths reported on 3 October 2020.

From end of August 2020, Swedish authorities are performing daily data consolidation leading to data retro-corrections. From week 38, the Swedish Public Health Agency will update COVID-19 daily data four times per week on Tuesday–Friday. Hence, the cumulative figures and related outputs include cases and deaths from the previous 14 days with available data at the time of data collection.

As of 24 August 2020, Authorities in Luxembourg report COVID-19 cases and deaths from their resident population only. Therefore, the difference with the figure from 27 August is translated into a negative value for the cases and deaths reported on 28 August 2020

EU/EEA and the UK Sum of Cases Sum of Deaths 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 cases per 100 000 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 deaths per 100 000
France 1748705    40169 988.2 8.2
Spain 1328832   38833 602.3 8.7
United_Kingdom 1171441    48888 476.3 6.2
Italy 902490    41063 659.4 6.4
Germany 658505    11289 276.2 1.5
Poland 521640    7636 736.6 8.7
Belgium 494073    12907 1386.1 18.5
Czechia 411220    4681 1506.3 24.5
Netherlands 403914    7950 712.8 5.4
Romania 296999    7793 469.8 7.6
Portugal 173540    2848 558.9 5.4
Austria 146502    1318 753.3 3.8
Sweden 146461    6022 346.7 0.9
Hungary 109616    2438 515.4 10.4
Bulgaria 74485    1632 527.5 7.8
Slovakia 73667     351 603.0 3.5
Ireland 64855    1945 178.4 1.3
Croatia 64704     752 754.2 7.9
Greece 54809     749 231.4 1.7
Denmark 54230     740 255.2 0.7
Slovenia 44271     378 1105.0 9.5
Norway 23225     285 112.5 0.1
Lithuania 22719     203 470.3 2.6
Luxembourg 22481     185 1428.3 6.7
Finland 17385     362 49.5 0.2
Latvia 7880     96 177.8 2.2
Malta 7039     74 337.1 4.9
Estonia 5933     73 119.4 0.0
Cyprus 5871     28 277.1 0.3
Iceland 5063     18 187.4 2.0
Liechtenstein 765     3 1107.4 5.2
Total 9063320 241709 NA NA

In addition, as of 3 November 2020 ECDC moved the collection of sub-national data from Wednesdays to Tuesdays. As a result of this, and due to methodological limitations in place, the data displayed in the map for weeks 43-44 and 44-45 correspond to a 13-day period. The change in reporting day also affected the timeliness of the data, meaning that the data for some countries do not necessarily correspond to the latest 14-day period at the time of data collection. The sub-national maps for weeks 45-46 will revert again to a 14-day period. Users are advised to interpret this map with caution and an awareness of the current limitations.

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