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Ljubljana – Slovenia confirmed 545 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday, down slightly on the week before. Hospital numbers remained flat.
The latest figure bring the 14-day case notification rate per 100,000 population to 621 and the seven-day average of new daily cases stands at 1,038, according to the National Institute of Public Health.
2029 are the new cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria for the last 24 hours. More than 21,000 tests have been performed. This is nearly 9.5% of those surveyed.
386 patients remain for treatment in the intensive care unit. 83 people lost the battle with the disease. More than 760 have recovered. More than 11,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been given.
Ljubljana – The number of new coronavirus cases continues to rise in Slovenia, with 1,393 infections being detected on Monday, which is up 59% from a week ago and the highest daily figure since 7 April. There are now more than 10,640 active cases in the country, according to estimates by the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ). Three patients died.
437 are the new cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria. 6% of the tests performed over 7000 are positive, according to the data of the Unified Information Portal.
373 people remain for treatment in intensive care units, and 53 have lost the battle with the disease.
More than 400 have recovered. Nearly 2,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been given.
Ljubljana – Another 666 people tested positive for coronavirus in Slovenia on Wednesday to push the number of active cases to over 6,000 as three Covid-19 patients died, official data shows.
The National Institute of Public Health estimates there are currently 6,045 active cases in the country, up from 5,756 the day before.