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Coronavirus in Scotland – track the spread with these charts

Tracking the spread of Covid-19
Tracking the spread of Covid-19

We’ve put together a collection of twice weekly updated charts to track the coronavirus crisis in Scotland.

From Monday May 9 2022, the Scottish Government will only provide this data twice weekly – on Mondays and Thursdays. From June this data will only be provided once per week, on a Wednesday.

 


Key statistics

At this stage in the pandemic, many previously key bits of data are no longer provided. We will continue to provide access to the data that is still updated.

The chart below shows the number of people in hospitals in each health board and Scotland as a whole with recently confirmed Covid-19. This chart will only be updated once per week going forward.

As daily statistics on deaths are no longer provided, we have switched to the weekly data provided by the National Records of Scotland. Use the chart below to find the numbers in your area.

As the availability of testing has decreased, the reliability of case data lessens. Case data is now only provided on Mondays and Thursdays (moving to once per week from June 2022) but we will continue to track the data available.

The R value is a measure of transmission. To see a sustained reduction in infections the R value should be less than one. The chart below shows how the value has changed over time.

 

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