Local Councils Traffic Light Model

COVID-19 guidance by life categories - updated by local councils' infection rates

The color of the locality for the week between {0} and {1} to determine the relevant education restrictions is: {2} (index {3})

The color of the locality for the week between {0} and {1} to determine the relevant education restrictions is: {2} (index {3})

What is the index made of?

  • Rate of new cases
  • Percentage of positive test results
  • Infection rate
What does the graph show?

The local daily index. Every day, the Traffic Light index is calculated for your locality. The goal is a locality index which is 4.5 or less (a green locality).

What does the graph show?

The local daily index. Every day, the Traffic Light index is calculated for your locality. The goal is a locality index which is 4.5 or less (a green locality).

Hold on, what's the Traffic Light Model about?

As of today, every local council will receive a weekly index that is calculated by weighing the number of new cases, the percentage of positive test results, and infection rate. The index is updated once every two weeks.

Red

  • Red Locality

    In this locality, a restraining policy will be applied, which may also result in lockdowns or on designation as a restricted area

Orange

  • Orange Locality

    In this locality, a prevention policy will be applied while closing certain areas of life according to their risk level

Yellow

  • Yellow Locality

    Certain areas of life will be cautiously reopened in this locality as they represent low risk levels. The infection rate and number of confirmed patients will be re-evaluated every two weeks

Green

  • Green Locality

    In this locality, infection rate is low and the number of confirmed cases is low. Under such circumstances, all areas of life can return to normal according to risk level

Red

  • Red Locality

    In this locality, a restraining policy will be applied, which may also result in lockdowns or on designation as a restricted area

Orange

  • Orange Locality

    In this locality, a prevention policy will be applied while closing certain areas of life according to their risk level

Yellow

  • Yellow Locality

    Certain areas of life will be cautiously reopened in this locality as they represent low risk levels. The infection rate and number of confirmed patients will be re-evaluated every two weeks

Green

  • Green Locality

    In this locality, infection rate is low and the number of confirmed cases is low. Under such circumstances, all areas of life can return to normal according to risk level