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Greece records 93 deaths, 802 intubations, 4033 new coronavirus cases

Greece broke several negative records on Tuesday with the number of deaths since the pandemic begin to have exceeded 9,000 and the total infections to have surpassed 300,000. A negative record also in the number of daily deaths, 93 in the last 24 hours, and the number of intubated patients to have increased further to 802. According to health authorities on Tuesday, 4033 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed.

Note that the data on Tuesday, often include delayed registrations from the weekend.

Death toll has reached 9,054. Total confirmed infections since the begin of the pandemic 301,103.

  • New cases: 4033
  • Deaths last 24 hours: 93
  • Intubated patients: 802

Daily Cases – Deaths – Intubations

Vaccinations

No vaccinations on Sundays.

733,840 people (6.8% of population) have received both vaccine doses, 701,673 people one dose.

Data on vaccinations in several regions here in vaccinationtracker.

Official data April 13

According to the official bulletin on Tuesday, based on the confirmed cases on the last 7 days, 55 are related to travel abroad and 2401 are related to already known cases.

The released data do not allow any more the clues about the rate of infections without known source of contamination.

51.4% of the infected are men.

The number of intubated coroinavirus patients stands at 802 from 781 a day earlier. Their average age is 67, among them 63.2% are men. 83.4% have underlying health problems and/or are aged over 70.

New admissions of Covid-19 patients to hospitals are 458 (daily change -15.03%) in the last 24 hours. Average number of hospital admissions in 7 days: 520.

Average age of infected is 44 ( age range 0.2-105).

1901 people have been discharged from ICUs since the start of the pandemic in Greece.

Another 93 deaths in the last 24 hours increased death toll to 9,054. The average age of the deceased was 79 (age range  16-103). and 95.7% had underlying health problem and/or was over 70 years old.

Rolling weekly average confirmed coronavirus cases at 2797 from 3078  last week.

PRC Tests in last 24 hours: 24,958

Rapid tests last 24 hours: 51,112

Positivity PCR+Rapid tests: 5.3% (alert level over 4%)

Rt: 0.96 ( 0.98 previous week)

Daily growth at +1.4%.

Geographical distribution April 13

Of the 4033 new coronavirus cases, 15 were detected at the country’s entry points.

15 of the new cases were detected at entry points, and in another 4 travelers already in the country.

The remaining cases are:

1812 Attica  

554 Thessaloniki

139 Larissa

112 Kozani

95 Achaia

93 Heraklio

78 Pella

66 Magnisia 60 Serres

53 Kavala 51 evia

47 Kilkis 44 Viotia

41 Corinth 36 Rethymno

34 Evros

Each 31 Ilia, Ioannina

30 Aegolida

Each 26 Aitoloakarnania, Karditsa, Halkidiki

Each 25 Arcadia, Kastoria

Each 23 Rodopi, Chania

22 Pieria 21 Xanthi

Each 18 Drama, Lasithi, Fthiotida

17 Imathia, 15 Kalymnos

Each 12 Zakynthos, Messinia

Each 11 Grevena, Kos, Corfu, Lakonia

Each 10 Trikala, Chios

9 Fokida, 8 Rhodes

Each 7 thassos, Lesvos, Samos

6 Evrytania 5 Arta

4 Karpathos/Kasos 3 Limnos

Each 2 Thesprotia, Milos, Thira, Tinos, Preveza, Florina

Each 1 Kefalonia, Naxos, Mount Athos

145 under investigation

Maps to compare

 

 Number of infections per 100,000 people in the last 14 days, according to regional units – based on infected permanent or temporary residence –  more charts here. Added are also charts about infections according to regions

Check the latest information on coronavirus in Greece here.

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8 comments

  1. There should be stricter lockdowns in Athens and Attica because people there think they are special and still continue to break the rules.

    • You might find the fact that Athens & Attica are the most densely populated areas contributes to the higher number of cases – not everyone thinks they’re ‘special’ or break the rules.

    • If some of the numbers of deaths being posted are the same as in the UK, you’ll find that a quarter of them are not actually caused by the actual Covid virus, but, they have been recorded as Covid deaths, but they have in fact had or had symptoms of Covid, but it was Not the whole cause of they’re Deaths!! And that is from The Office of Statistics in the UK!!!

  2. Things are getting worse and tourism is about to start. Can’t wait for winter lockdown

    • Actually, every day since 6th April the figures have been slightly better than the same day the previous week. It is very slowly getting better.

      • It depends where you live. On Crete the number of infections are continuing to increase. The cases per 100,000 population in a 14 day period are now Rethymnon 323 (0), Heraklion 229 (5), Chania 181 (17) and Lasithi 113 (1). The figure in brackets is the minimum recorded in a 14 day period around the start of the year since when they have been increasing. Every so often you get a drop for a few days and then it continues upwards. Vaccinations will not have a significant effect on case numbers until well over half the population has been vaccinated and even then many controls will still be needed.

        • Yes, of course there is variation between regions, and if you live on Crete it probably isn’t much consolation that somewhere else it’s getting better.

          The overall picture, though, is one of small improvements each day for the country as a whole, which means there will be improvements in other regions that cancel out the worsening situation on Crete. But, as I’ve said it’s very slow. It is quite promising that numbers have been improving every day for a week.

    • That’s the spirit, just lock everybody away forever & never let them travel again