Influenza A virus subtype H1N1

Latest on the coronavirus: Global cases pass 1.8 mln

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide passed 1.8 million on April 13 as the pandemic swept across the globe.

Johns Hopkins University's website showed over 114,251 people have died from the virus.

The total number of people recovered from COVID-19 reached passed 434,703, according to the data.

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In Serbia, 250 newly infected, a total of 3.630 confirmed cases

A total of 3.630 confirmed COVID-19 cases were registered in the Republic of Serbia by 3 pm on April 12, 2020.
From the last report until 3 pm, samples of 1.913 individuals were tested, out of which 250 were positive.
2.684 patients were hospitalized.
There are 347 people at the "Fair," Dr Darija Kisic Tepavcevic said.

Greece to create Covid-19 registry to help treat, follow-up on patients

The government will establish a Covid-19 registry as a reference point for Greek cases of the coronavirus epidemic, the Health and Digital Governance Ministries announced on Friday.

The registry is expected to help formulate therapy protocols in hospitals for people who have been infected or will be infected by the virus and facilitate coordination among several government agencies.

238 new cases of coronavirus registered in Serbia, total 3.105

In the Republic of Serbia, by 3 pm on April 10, 2020, a total of 3.105 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were registered, with 2.107 of them hospitalized, including 136 on respirators.
1.893 people were tested over the previous 24 hours and the 238 people had been confirmed to be infected with coronavirus. The total number of deaths is 71.

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