Cornavirus Greek daily update: Just 6 new cases today and a further 2 deaths

 

Just six new cases of coronavirus in our country and two new deaths, bringing the total death toll to 146 in the country, said infectious disease specialist Sotiris Tsiodras on the first day of the measures.

Sotiris Tsiodras announced 6 new cases of corona , with the total number amounting to 2,632 . Of these, 55.4% are men, while 22.6% are related to travel from abroad and 50% with an already known case of coronavirus.

Today, 35 Covid-19 patients caused by the coronavirus remain intubated , with a median age of 67 years. 23% of seriously ill women are women and 91.4% of them have an underlying disease or age over 70 years. To date, 81 patients have been discharged from the ICU.

2 new deaths from coronavirus in the country
The infectious disease specialist also announced 2 more deaths , with a total of 146 victims of coronavirus in the country . 39 of them were women, while the intermediate age of the victims is 75 years and 93.2% have an underlying disease or age over 70 years.

The infectious disease specialist began the briefing with information on the course of the coronavirus in Europe, where 1,384,000 cases have been reported to date. Five countries, Spain, Italy, Britain, Germany and Russia, record the highest number of cases.

At the same time, worldwide, 1,165,000 Covid-19 patients caused by coronavirus have recovered and become well. To date, 249,081 deaths of patients with coronary heart disease have been recorded throughout the year.

Europe has reached the peak of the first wave of the coronavirus
“Friends of European countries continue to record more deaths per day than those we have recorded as a whole so far,” said Sotiris Tsiodras, who commented on the situation on the continent after just three months. “Three months ago outside China we had 82 cases and no deaths.”

As Sotiris Tsiodras said, however, it seems that Europe has gone through the peak of the first wave of the coronavirus. However, five countries continue to show significant differences. Britain has the worst death toll.

Source –  iefimerida.gr 

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