Public health

EODY: 111 COVID-19 deaths, 19,000 new infections in last 24 hours, 655 intubated

The National Public Health Organisation today announced 111 COVID-19 deaths and 19,075 newly confirmed infections (62 detected at points of entry into the country) in the last 24 hours.

With the latest recorded deaths, 22,748 people have died of COVID-19 in Greece, and 95 percent had an underlying medical condition and/or were age 70 or older.

New coronavirus update: As many as 35 people died

Since the last update, 35 people have died due to the consequences of the COVID-19 infection.
There are 119 patients on respirators.
In the last 24 hours, 30.998 samples were tested.
There are 2.922 patients in hospital.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, 13.306 people have died as a result of the infection in Serbia, and the mortality rate is 0.85 percent.

Almost 9,950 Covid infections confirmed on Friday

Ljubljana – As many as 9,945 infections were confirmed in Slovenia for Friday, a daily rise of 5,479 and a weekly rise of 2,365, shows data from the Institute of Public Health (NIJZ), which estimates that there are currently almost 102,000 active infections in the country. Government data shows 11 Covid patients died yesterday.

EODY: 81 COVID-19 deaths, nearly 19,000 new infections in last 24 hours, 688 intubated

The National Public Health today announced 81 COVID-19 deaths and 18,869 newly confirmed infections (70 detected at points of entry into the country) in the last 24 hours.

Since the start of the pandemic 22,366 patients have died of COVID-19 in Greece, and 95 percent of them had an underlying medical condition and/or were age 70 or older.

WHO: Health Costs during the Pandemic have brought Half a Billion People to Extreme Poverty

More than half a billion people worldwide were brought to extreme poverty last year because they had to pay for health care themselves during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization and the World Bank said on Sunday.

Coronavirus cases continue to decline

Ljubljana – Slovenia logged 783 new coronavirus cases for Saturday, a decline of 30% from the same day a week before, as 14 patients with Covid-19 died and hospitalisations kept falling, fresh government figures show. This morning 883 patients were still hospitalised with Covid-19, including 243 in intensive care. The figures mark a decline 26 and four from the previous day.

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