Infectious diseases

Brnabic reveals whether the COVID pass will be extended: "It's important"

She also stated that "there is a slow growth - we have exceeded 55% of those vaccinated, and that is what is most important." Brnabic said at the press conference after visiting the Kragujevac company for distribution of thermal energy "Energetika" that for now there will be no extension of the validity of COVID passes to 24 hours.

Delta mutation – When we are most contagious – What vaccinated people need to know

Doctors of the Therapeutic Clinic of the Medical School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Theodora Psaltopoulou, Giannis Danasis, Panos Malandrakis and Thanos Dimopoulos (Rector of EKPA) summarize the data on the incubation period of SARS-CoV https: // .webmd.com / lung / coronavirus-incubation-period # 1).

Autumn brings early outbreak of respiratory infections

Ljubljana – The season of respiratory infections in children is in full swing, having kicked in earlier than in previous years. There is an uptick in young children who need hospital treatment, including in intensive care. One of the reasons is that respiratory viruses circulated at very low levels during the epidemic due to anti-coronavirus measures.

They haven't succeeded either - it gets out of control

Delta strain of the coronavirus is spreading in the largest city, Auckland.
This South Pacific state reported 94 newly infected people today, 87 of whom are from Auckland.
A Reuters report states that since the outbreak of the pandemic, a total of 2.099 cases of infection have been confirmed, 28 deaths among COVID patients and 38 hospitalized.

Number of new coronavirus cases continues to drop week-on-week

Ljubljana – A total of 489 new coronavirus cases were detected with PCR tests in Slovenia on Saturday, as the downward trend of the past week continues, show data by the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ). The number of patients in hospitals continues to drop as well, according to the government. However, six more deaths were recorded.

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