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Coronavirus cases in Greece rise to 6,252; more reinfections; 21 deaths

Greece’s health authorities announced on Tuesday, 6,252 new coronavirus cases and 21 deaths in the last 24 hours. The number of Covid-patients in intubation has decreased to 167.

Total number of coronavirus cases since the pandemic began stands at 3,401,927.

Daily change on May 17: +0.2%.

Of the daily total, reinfections are estimated at 685 in the last 24 hours, while their total since the pandemic began is estimated at 130,005 (3.7 pct of the total positive results).

21 deaths recorded in the last 24 hours brought the total of pandemic victims to 29,599. Of these, 95.6% had an underlying condition and/or were aged 70 or over.

167 Covid-patients are on ventilators in hospitals. Their median age is 71 years. 92.2% have an underlying condition and/or are aged 70 or over.

Of the total in intubatio, 83 (49.7%) are unvaccinated or partly vaccinated and 84 (50.3%) are fully vaccinated.

4,655 Covid-patient have been discharged from ICUs since the pandemic began.

105 Covid-19 patients were admitted to hospital in the last 24 hours (daily change: +10.53%). The average admission of patients with Covid-19 to hospitals over the last 7 days was 111.

The median age of new infections is 36 years (range: 0.2 to 112 years), while the median age of the deceased is 79 (range: 0.2 to 106 years).

Geographic distribution May 17

MAP: Coronavirus infections per 100,000 population in the last 14 days


It should be noted that the Covid-Map has not been updated since April 12, 2022.

EODY daily coronavirus bulletins in Greek here.

More information on coronavirus in Greece here in English

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  1. Of course, the truth cannot be published. I should have known 🙂