Govern Andorra
COVID-19
Dashboard
Updated 21 June
Epidemiological situation
Once more this week, all the indicators regarding the COVID-19 epidemiological situation in Andorra have continued to improve, thanks to the vaccination programme, which is advancing at an excellent rate.
Given the improvement in the pandemic figures in Andorra, it is no longer obligatory to wear a mask on the street or outdoors. If it is not possible to respect social distancing, or a crowd forms, people are requested to wear them. It is also possible to hold work meetings mask-free as long as the people involved have been vaccinated, i.e. they received their first dose at least 4 weeks ago or they have had the disease in the last 6 months. Both curricular and extra-curricular activities held outdoors may also be enjoyed mask-free. The mask is still obligatory indoors for people over the age of 8, and it is recommended for everyone over the age of 6.
This is the second consecutive week with no hospital admissions for COVID-19, and the ICU has now been empty for five weeks.
In addition to this positive hospital situation, the reproduction rate is down again, and now stands at 0.77, and the death rate remains steady at 0.9. The accumulated incidence over the last 14 days is 110 per 100,000 inhabitants, and the rate of positive tests over the last seven days is 2%, two figures that continue to fall week after week.  
Though the data is improving thanks to the vaccination campaign, the strategy of conducting a great number of diagnostic tests among the population remains in place (9,912 tests have been carried out in the last seven days), as this allows possible outbreaks to be detected and controlled more swiftly.
Tourism
Andorra, like most countries in the region, has applied a series of protocols for people visiting the country. Tourists who spend three or more nights in the country, and who are over six years old, are asked to provide a diagnostic test (PCR or TMA) carried out a maximum of 72 hours before their arrival in Andorra.
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Vaccination programme
With regard to the SARS-CoV-2 vaccination plan, a total of 63,265 vaccines have been administered, 38,667 people have had a single vaccine and 24,598 have had both.  
Almost 50% of over-16s have now had the first dose, and 31.5% have completed the full vaccination schedule.
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Epidemiological situation

The epidemiological situation shows us the parameters indicating R rate, the number of new cases in the past week, total cases to date, cases in the last 14 days according to cumulative incidence, mortality rate and the number of recovered cases.

R rate (R0)

0.77
0.29
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This is the virus reproduction rate corrected over 7 days. If the figure is below 1, the pandemic figures are going down. If the figure is above 1, the pandemic figures are on the rise.

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Accumulated incidence

17,879
48
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The total impact that the disease has had on the country since the start of the pandemic. This is obtained by adjusting total registered cases to give a calculation per 100,000 inhabitants.

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Positive PCR / TMA results

2%
0.8
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The ratio of positive results out of the number of tests conducted in the last 7 days.

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Confirmed cases

37 / 13,864
12

Total confirmed cases in the last week / Total confirmed up to the update date.

Confirmed in the last 14 days: 110

Accumulated incidence per 100,000 inhabitants

Active cases

72
23

Includes all active cases of COVID up to the update date.

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Recovered cases

13,665
60

Includes all recovered cases of COVID from the start of the pandemic up to the update date.

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Deaths

0 / 127

Number of new deaths in the last week out of the total number of deaths up to the update date.

Mortality rate of the second wave: 0.6%

Overall mortality rate: 0.9%

No. of deaths / No. of cases per 100,000 inhabitants

Rate of the second wave / Overall rate

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Care System Strain

Care system strain gives the figures indicating the situation in terms of the number of hospitalised COVID-19 patients, hospital bed capacity, number of people in intensive care and the number of patients on ventilation.

Hospitalised patients

0 / 72 (0)%
1

Number of hospitalised patients up to the update date/Total active cases up to the update date and percentage

Percentage of COVID patients in hospital compared to hospital bed capacity for patients. COVID: 0%

Intensive care: Hospitalisations

0
Number of COVID patients admitted to intensive care

Intensive care occupancy rate: 0%

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This figure shows the number of hospitalised COVID patients in intensive care out of the total number of intensive care beds.

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Intensive care: Patients on ventilation

0
Number of hospitalised COVID patients requiring ventilation.

Intensive care patients on ventilation occupancy rate: 0%

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This figure shows the number of hospitalised COVID patients requiring ventilation out of the total ventilation equipment capacity.

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Tracking Capacity

The tracking capacity gives the figures on the number of trackers per 10,000 inhabitants and out of the number of confirmed cases in the last 14 days.

Trackers per 10,000 inhabitants

14
This figure shows the number of trackers per 10,000 inhabitants.
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Trackers out of the number of active cases detected in the last 14 days

1.29
0.18
110 trackers / 110 confirmed cases in the last 14 days
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Diagnostic Capacity

The diagnostic capacity shows the figures on the number of weekly diagnostic tests (TMA/PCR) per 100,000 inhabitants, the number of antibody tests, the number of TMA tests and the number of PCR tests carried out up to the update date.

Weekly diagnostic tests (TMA/PCR) per 100,000 inhabitants.

1,389
21
TMA and PCR diagnostic tests in the last week with calculation adjusted to give a figure per 100,000 inhabitants.

PCR tests

18,149
120
Total number of PCR tests from the start of the pandemic up to the update date.
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TMA tests

177,564
987
Total number of TMA tests from the start of the pandemic up to the update date.
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Antibody tests

165,466
72
Total number of antibody tests from the start of the pandemic up to the update date.
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