The year before, the lifeguards had been in the water 17 times to save lives in the same period.
Looking back three years, the figures show that 37 life-saving actions were carried out in 2018.
The lifeguards carry out four types of operations on the beaches.
These include life-saving efforts, where it is assessed that one or more people are in danger of death.
In addition, first aid operations are carried out, such as cuts, injuries after a meeting with firefighters, bee stings, sprains and dehydration.
The last two efforts are the preventive and enlightening ones.
This year, there has also been an increase in the number of first aid operations. In 2020, the number was 867, while this year there have been 1478 actions.
Source: The Nordic Page