MoH started to count the second dose as additional "persons vaccinated" in their reports to inflate the total numbers.MoH doesn't publish a total count of people having received a vaccination, only doses administered.
I think I've been able to decipher the data for today, but after the weekend there will probably enough uncertainty due to the lack of reports to make this data useless.
Numbers shown above are the latest available figures, these generally apply to the previous day (e.g. figures reported on Monday afternoon reference Sunday).
The change represents the difference from what was reported the day before (e.g. the increase in tests shown above is not necessarily the number of tests conducted on that day, but might include increases to the number of tests for multiple days).
The date shown indicates the latest available data point.
The graphs below use revised data and reflect what happened on / has been referenced to that day and not necessarily what was reported on that date.
Since the MoH publishes additional data on positive and total tests broken down by how/where the person was tested.
Data on cases and tests from the LST scheme is available from to , but it is unclear how reliable these figures are.
Tests are categorized into four groups: on prescription by a doctor ("Diagnostic"), as part of contact tracing from previously detected cases ("Tracing"), as part of the Large Scale Testing scheme including entry/exit tests ("LST") and via a free voluntary test at the airport ("Airport").
"Unknown" includes tests from dates where no breakdown is available, or if the number of total tests is greater than the sum of all categories (for example if the number of tests is corrected upwards on a later date).
Similar to testing, data on hospitalisations was only sparse before April 3. On March 27 the capacity of hospitals in Luxembourg was 2354 beds with an additional 230 available if needed, 119 beds for intensive care patients with 80 further beds available if needed. The number of hospitalised patients for reasons other than COVID-19 is unknown.
[a] The data wasn't/isn't reported daily, showing an increase would be misleading.
[b] Includes cases from residents only. Based on 626108 residents.
[c] Includes tests from residents only. Based on 626108 residents.
[d] Corrections to daily new cases and tests have generally been negligible. If this changes it could bias the indicator downwards and the window used to calculate will need be shifted backwards by a few days.