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Source for incidence are cantonal data, not BAG. Values can differ from official values. Values always 2 days or older (too many errors in most recent numbers).

Rank Shift Canton/District Prevalence 7d/100k Tendency cases
Week over week
R median Vacc. per 100k
Past 7 days
Vacc. per 100k
goal per week*
1 1 Liechtenstein
10.32
June 13, 2021
-60.0%
7,417
June 13, 2021
6,418
2 -1 Ticino
12.17
June 13, 2021
-44.9%
0.78
May 31, 2021
6,170
June 13, 2021
5,255
3 3 Basel Land
15.27
June 13, 2021
-49.4%
0.75
May 31, 2021
4,898
June 13, 2021
5,650
4 3 Solothurn
16.47
June 13, 2021
-50.0%
0.64
May 31, 2021
8,553
June 13, 2021
6,161
5 -1 Aargau
20.43
June 13, 2021
-25.5%
0.80
May 31, 2021
7,189
June 13, 2021
6,422
6 6 Basel Stadt
20.54
June 13, 2021
-53.5%
0.70
May 31, 2021
7,074
June 13, 2021
4,953
7 -2 Bern
21.64
June 13, 2021
-21.7%
0.75
May 31, 2021
7,825
June 13, 2021
5,476
8 6 Appenzell Ausserrhoden
21.73
June 13, 2021
-53.9%
0.52
May 31, 2021
5,906
June 13, 2021
6,918
9 2 Valais/Wallis
22.39
June 13, 2021
-46.1%
0.63
May 31, 2021
5,871
June 13, 2021
6,962
10 5 Neuchâtel
23.18
June 13, 2021
-51.2%
0.66
May 31, 2021
6,665
June 13, 2021
6,579
11 9 Uri
24.70
June 13, 2021
-60.9%
0.70
May 31, 2021
5,621
June 13, 2021
5,823
12 -4 Thurgau
25.32
June 13, 2021
-23.9%
0.77
May 31, 2021
8,159
June 13, 2021
6,320
13 -4 Zürich
25.58
June 13, 2021
-23.9%
0.80
May 31, 2021
8,665
June 13, 2021
6,237
14 -1 Vaud
26.78
June 13, 2021
-41.7%
0.63
May 31, 2021
7,577
June 13, 2021
6,133
15 -12 Zug
27.59
June 13, 2021
+2.9%
0.96
May 31, 2021
7,459
June 13, 2021
6,040
16 0 Genève
28.83
June 13, 2021
-42.2%
0.73
May 31, 2021
7,836
June 13, 2021
4,977
17 -7 Graubünden/Grison
30.25
June 13, 2021
-25.0%
0.91
May 31, 2021
6,347
June 13, 2021
6,398
18 -1 Luzern
31.50
June 13, 2021
-43.7%
0.72
May 31, 2021
6,709
June 13, 2021
6,485
19 4 Glarus
34.65
June 13, 2021
-56.2%
0.59
May 31, 2021
5,626
June 13, 2021
6,956
20 2 St. Gallen
38.01
June 13, 2021
-52.0%
0.68
May 31, 2021
6,337
June 13, 2021
7,033
21 0 Schaffhausen
40.25
June 13, 2021
-43.1%
0.55
May 31, 2021
7,246
June 13, 2021
5,265
22 -3 Nidwalden
46.27
June 13, 2021
-20.0%
0.83
May 31, 2021
6,608
June 13, 2021
6,608
23 -5 Fribourg/Freiburg
46.44
June 13, 2021
-18.7%
0.81
May 31, 2021
7,216
June 13, 2021
7,746
24 2 Jura
64.02
June 13, 2021
-46.6%
0.69
May 31, 2021
5,731
June 13, 2021
6,651
25 -1 Schwyz
76.65
June 13, 2021
-18.1%
0.89
May 31, 2021
7,087
June 13, 2021
7,036
26 1 Appenzell Innerrhoden
179.62
June 13, 2021
-23.7%
0.71
May 31, 2021
4,249
June 13, 2021
7,007
27 -2 Obwalden
182.34
June 13, 2021
+81.6%
0.68
May 31, 2021
3,739
June 13, 2021
6,994

*How man vaccinations per week are needed to vaccinate 60% of the population twice (already infected once) until end of July.
Formula: 100000 * [ ((population * 0.6) * 2 - total_vaccinations) - (population / 100 * 6.5) ] / population
Source cases: OpenData ZH and others, see here for more information.
Source Re: ETH Zurich
Source Vaccinations: BAG