Table 1 Status of responding hospitals in relation to the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic

From: Impact of a pandemic on surgical neuro-oncology—maintaining functionality in the early phase of crisis

Variable Number of hospitals (%)
Responding neurosurgeon’s specialty
 Cerebrovascular 9 (6.3)
 General 28 (19.5)
 Functional 5 (3.5)
 Multi-specialty 20 (13.9)
 Neuro-oncology 75 (52.1)
 Pediatric 3 (2.1)
 Skull base 1 (0.7)
 Spine 3 (2.1)
First diagnosis of COVID-19 in respondents’ region
 December, 2019 8 (5.6)
 January, 2020 97 (67.4)
 February, 2020 33 (22.9)
 March, 2020 4 (2.8)
Current number of COVID-19 cases in respondents’ region
  < 100 5 (3.5%)
 101–500 1 (0.7%)
501–1000 3 (2.1%)
  > 1000 135 (93.8%)
Current number of COVID-19-related deaths in respondents’ region
  < 100 0 (0%)
 101–500 13 (9%)
501–1000 0 (%)
  > 1000 137 (91%)
Public health restrictions in place 144 (100%)
Nature of public health restrictions
 Restrictions on public gatherings of > 100 people 1 (0.7)
 Restrictions on public gatherings of > 10 people 7 (4.9)
 Restrictions on all public gatherings of any size 81 (56.3)
 Complete curfew/blockade, closed nonessential services 54 (37.5)
Hospital is a COVID-19 dedicated hospital 73 (50.7)
COVID-19 patients have been hospitalized at hospital 95 (66.0)
Number of COVID-19-related hospitalizations at hospital
  < 10 97 (67.4)
 11–50 26 (18.1)
 51–100 6 (4.2)
  > 100 15 (10.4)
Percentage of COVID-19-patients by hospital capacity
  < 10% 130 (95.0)
 10–50% 6 (4.3)
  > 50% 1 (0.7)