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Covid-19 figures keep improving

Ljubljana – Slovenia’s coronavirus curve keeps falling both in terms of new cases and hospitalisations. A total of 4,542 new cases were confirmed on Wednesday, just over a third of the figure reported a week ago. Government data shows a total of 513 patients were being treated in hospitals for Covid-19 as their main condition this morning, including 108 in intensive care units.

EODY: 93 COVID-19 deaths, over 19,000 newly confirmed infections, 484 intubated

The National Public Health Organisation today announced 93 COVID-19 deaths and 25,095 infections (45 detected at points of entry into the country), in the last 24 hours.

Since the beginning of the pandemic 25,095 people have died of COVID-19 in Greece, 95 percent of whom had an underlying medical condition and/or were age 70 or over.

EODY: Greece reaches 25,000 COVID-19 deaths since start of pandemic, over 30 percent rise in hospital admissions

The National Public Health Organisation today announced that there have been 25,001 COVID 19 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

There were 82 deaths recorded in today's daily epidemiological report, and 95 percent had an underlying medical condition and/or were age 70 or over.

Week-on-week drop in coronavirus cases continues

Ljubljana – A total of 7,122 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Slovenia on Monday, a significant drop from a week ago when just over 11,000 cases were recorded. 427 people were in hospital due to Covid-19 this morning, 19 fewer than yesterday, including 114 in intensive care, down by four, government data show.

EODY: 77 COVID-19 deaths, over 21,000 new infections in last 24 hours, 489 intubated

The National Public Health Organisation today announced 77 COVID-19 deaths and 21,412 newly confirmed infections (32 detected at points of entry into the country) over the last 24 hours.

With the newly recorded deaths, 24,917 people have died of COVID-19 in Greece since the start of the pandemic, and 95 percent had an underlying medical condition and/or were age 70 or older.

Three largest cities see rise in weekly cases

Turkey's three most populous cities, Istanbul, Ankara and İzmir, have seen increases in the weekly COVID-19 cases at varying rates.

The incidence rate, measuring the number of coronavirus infections per 100,000 people, rose slightly to around 895 in Istanbul, which is home to nearly 16 million residents, in the week of Jan. 29-Feb. 4 from 890 between Jan. 22 and Jan. 28.

EODY: 78 COVID-19 deaths, 20,361 infections in last 24 hours, 494 intubated

The National Public Health Organisation today announced 78 COVID-19 deaths and 20,361 newly confirmed infections (69 detected at points of entry into the country) in the last 24 hours.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 24,836 people have died of COVID-19 in Greece, and 95 percent had an underlying medical condition and/or were age 70 or older.

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