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Netherlands Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
50335 (-)

Total Deaths:
6113 (-)

Total Recovered:
250 (-)

All COVID-19 data displayed on the page is available through our FREE API program. This Netherlands Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats is refreshed every hour using credible data sources, including the country/state’s official government website, data available on wikipedia pages, latest news reports, Johns Hopkins University CSSE 2019-nCoV Dashboard, WHO Situation ReportsCDC Situation Updates, and DXY.cn.

Trending Coronavirus News in Netherlands

Swedish approach is rooted in history of collective action, in which everyone has a role to play in keeping the country safe.
Politico7/3/2020
Sweden's number of confirmed COVID-19 crossed the 70,000 mark on Thursday, while deaths rose by 41 to 5,411, health agency statistics showed on Thursday.
Reuters7/2/2020
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Sweden, where the government opted against a strict lockdown, has increased significantly in recent weeks.
Business Insider7/2/2020
The Swedish government said on Thursday it had extended temporary restrictions introduced in March on entries to the European Union through Sweden to August 31.
Reuters7/2/2020
The Swedish border town of Stromstad is paying a heavy price for Sweden's decision not to lock down its economy like neighbouring Norway and other Nordic nations to halt the spread of COVID-19.
Reuters7/2/2020
Sweden's currency, the krona, has strengthened against the euro in the last three months as risks surrounding the coronavirus have abounded on the continent.
CNBC7/2/2020
SWEDEN is setting up a commission panel to assess the country’s controversial 'relaxed' response to Covid-19. Prime Minister Stefan Lofven told a press News Article
Euro Weekly News7/1/2020
Bruins winger Joakim Nordstrom spent much of the past couple of months in Sweden, and after seeing how his native country approached the COVID-19 pandemic, he's happier to be back in Boston, writes Joe Haggerty.
NBC Sports6/30/2020
Sweden's government said on Tuesday it would participate in the recapitalization of airline SAS with up to 5 billion crowns ($534.8 million) of tax-payer money.
New York Times6/30/2020
Row erupted between Sweden and WHO with the country calling the UN body's move to include it on a list of countries of c.
Vanguard6/26/2020

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