Ljubljana – A total of 1,839 coronavirus infections were recorded in Slovenia on Friday, down over 1,600 from a week ago. Hospitalisations are dropping as well, with 152 patients treated for Covid-19 in Slovenian hospitals today, including 21 in intensive care. Four patients died. The number of hospital patients dropped by 16 and the number of those in intensive care remained level.
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Ljubljana – The Covid-19 epidemic keeps subsiding in Slovenia with both new infections and patients in need of hospital treatment decreasing on Monday. Cases were down by nearly a fourth week-on-week to 3,400 but six more people died, Health Ministry data shows. This morning a total of 169 patients were treated for Covid-19 in hospitals, including 26 in intensive care.
Ljubljana – Just over 800 new coronavirus infections were detected in Slovenia on Sunday as the downward trend continues. According to the Health Ministry, 179 patients are in hospitals due to Covid, including 28 in intensive care. Four Covid patients died yesterday after no data was released for Saturday and Friday.
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Ljubljana – Another 899 people tested positive for coronavirus in Slovenia on Saturday, down 28% from the same day a week ago, as the coronavirus case count keeps falling. This is the lowest daily tally of infections since early March. The National Institute of Public Health estimates 36,740 people are actively infected in the country, down 613 from the estimate on the previous day.
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