Ljubljana – The number of new coronavirus cases in Slovenia dropped from over 7,000 to over 2,000 in a week. A total of 2,265 positive cases were picked up from 2,326 PCR and 20,627 rapid antigen tests on Monday. This morning, 511 Covid patients were in hospital, down 15 from yesterday, including 96 in intensive care, down 7 from the day before, the government said.
Ljubljana – A total of 3,731 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Slovenia on Friday in 2,427 PCR and 86,503 rapid antigen tests, as the epidemic continues to wane. The National Institute of Public Health estimates there are still 88,410 active cases in the country, down 7,934 from the day before.
Prince Charles was revealed to have contracted the virus
61 people died. There are 3,962 patients on hospital treatment, and 166 on respirators.
In the last 24 hours, 36.874 samples were tested, and 8.208.435 since the outburst of the pandemic.
1.714.863 cases of infection have been confirmed in Serbia.
As a result of the coronavirus infection, 13.748 people died, and the mortality rate is 0.80 percent.
Ljubljana – A total of 13,852 people tested positive for coronavirus in Slovenia on Saturday, slightly fewer than the same day a week ago, but the 14-day notification rate per 100,000 has passed 8,000. Eleven more Covid-19 patients died, show official figures. There are now 749 patients with Covid-19 treated in hospitals, up by 23 from yesterday.
Ljubljana – A total of 14,878 new coronavirus infections were detected in Slovenia on Friday in what is the third largest number of new daily infections since the start of the epidemic. There are currently 160,899 active infections in the country, up by 7,565 from the day before, according to estimates by the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ).