CHARTS: How many Covid-19 patients are in ICUs in each Swedish region?

CHARTS: How many Covid-19 patients are in ICUs in each Swedish region?
Intensive care staff bring a new patient into the department. Photo: Björn Larsson Rosvall /TT
Track the number of Covid-19 patients in each region's intensive care wards over the past year with the help of these graphs.

Note that the X-axis is different in each region, while the Y-axis runs from March 30th 2020 (the first date from which Covid-19 data from the national ICU register is available). Scroll down to see the situation in your region.

Blekinge

Dalarna

Gotland

Gävleborg

Halland

Jämtland

Kalmar

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Kronoberg

Norrbotten

Skåne

Stockholm

Sörmland

Uppsala

Västra Götaland

Värmland

Västerbotten

Västernorrland

Västmanland

Örebro

Östergötland


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  1. Please lets not forget that Flu numbers in years gone by were greater in some cases. These numbers are not alarming. Were all getting worked up over a Flu virus that has a 99.9 percent recovery rate?! The other thing is, many people live in crammed apartments, and the kids are not taught about Hygiene in schools. Look around and you see kids with snotty nose wiping it with their bare hands and dragging out over their clothes to cleanoff. Then you have the folks who openly spit in the streets, literally right in front of you! Just go out and take a walk, its disgusting!..you have to dodge the guk everywhere, i mean everywhere, they cough and sneeze without covering it. So no wonder the numbers are high! People of Sweden, please just wash your hands, respect others by covering up your sneeze, your cough, and washing your hands frequently, use hand sanitizer…… We will beat this, if we all do our part.

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