examines the benefits of euregional cooperation in the event of a pandemic or large-scale outbreak of an infectious disease.

PANDEMRIC is an amalgamation of the words pandemic and EMRIC. PANDEMRIC supports EMRIC in its work during the COVID crisis.

At the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak it soon became clear that crisis policy was often implemented at national level. Existing euregional networks were more or less overruled. Discoordination between the countries caused numerous bottlenecks in the border regions, which proved detrimental for citizens in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine (EMR). PANDEMRIC therefore focuses on promoting euregional cooperation in the event of a pandemic or large-scale outbreak of an infectious disease. 

The Euregional early-warning and monitoring dashboard shows the shows the number of infections, hospital and ICU admissions, vaccinations, etc. in the regions of the EMR. The information has been automatically retrieved from the official open data of Sciensano, RIVM and RKI. The information regarding the hospital capacity is retrieved from DIVI IntensivRegister, Sciensano and LCPS.

Please be aware that not all data is provided daily and that most data concerning yesterday.


On the 18th of June the PANDEMRIC mini-symposium: 1 year of corona: lessons learned took place! 

This mini-symposium mainly focused on the cooperation between Germany on the one hand and Belgium and the Netherlands on the other hand. During the symposium speakers from public administration and science presented their views on the lessons that could be learned from the crisis.

If you did not have the chance to join the mini-symposium, but would like to view the symposium, we have uploaded a recording of the symposium to our website for you! 

The PANDEMRIC-project have form via Work Packages. Click below to find out what these work packages entail. 

This tool will help you determine whether you need to take measures for your trip within the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. 

Updates regarding the PANDEMRIC-project will be added here. Click below to keep up with the current news surrounding the project. 

View our mini-symposium here!