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Greece: 23,364 coronavirus cases, geographic distribution; 22 deaths

Greece’s health authorities announced Wednesday 19,303 coronavirus cases plus 4,061 reinfections in the last 24 hours, that is a total of 23,364 infections. 22 Covid-related deaths have been recorded in the same period. The number of intubated Covid-patients in hospitals ICUs stands at 96.

According to EODY weekly report on children, 18,113 minors aged 4-18 were tested positive last week (Week 26/2022). That is 15% of the total infections in the same period, while it was 0% the previous week.

While the country is in the middle of the summer wave, EODY announced that it will halt its daily bulletin on coronavirus cases and will report collectively data only once a week, Fridays.

At the same time, the government ruled that there is no 5-day quarantine for tourists positive with Covid-19, but only for citizens at home.(Details here).

EODY bulletin July 6

Tests last 24 hours: 161,150

PCR: 15,922, RAPID: 145,228

Positivity PCR+Rapid: 14.5%

National Health Care Organization (EODY) said on Thursday that all confirmed infections since the pandemic began stand at 3,774,377 (daily change: +0.5%).

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19,303 new coronavirus infections + 4,061 reinfections in the last 24 hours.

Reinfections are estimated at 4,061 in the last 24 hours, while their total since the pandemic began is estimated at 191,263 (4.8% of the total positive results).

Rolling average: 19,457 from 12,961 last week

Rt: 1.33 (from 1.35 last week)

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22 deaths recorded in the last 24 hours and 3 from previous days brought the total of pandemic victims to 30,371. Of these, 95.7% had an underlying condition and/or were aged 70 or over.

 

96 Covid-patients are on ventilators in hospitals. Their median age is 72 years and 91.7% have an underlying condition and/or are aged 70 or over.

Of the total in intubation, 37 (38.54%) are unvaccinated or partly vaccinated and 59 (61.46%) are fully vaccinated.

4,738 have been discharged from ICUs since the pandemic began.

282 Covid-patients were admitted to hospital in the last 24 hours (daily change: -8.74%. The average admission of patients with Covid-19 to hospitals over the last 7 days was 292.

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The median age of new infections is 37 years (range: 0.2 to 112 years), while the median age of the deceased is 80 (range: 0.2 to 106 years).

Geographic distribution July 6

According to EODY of the 23.364 coronavirus infections, 3 were “imported”.

The remaining cases are:

10878 Athens/Attica

1909 Thessaloniki

Aitoloakarnania – 279
Andros – 20
Argolida – 210
Arkadia – 141 (yesterday had 131)
Arta – 70
Achaia – 667
Viotia – 158
Grevena – 40 (yesterday he had 38)
Drama – 100
Evros – 211
Evia – 380
Evrytania – 14
Zakynthos – 105
Ilia – 197
Imathia – 149
Heraklion – 772
Thassos – 23
Thesprotias – 110 (yesterday had 108)

Thira – 77
Ioannina – 278
Kavala – 196
Kalymnos – 57
Karditsa – 130
Karpathos – 12
Kastoria – 29
Corfu – 408
Kefalonia – 109
Kilkis – 76
Kozani – 115
Corinth – 234
Kos – 106
Laconia – 125
Larissa – 611
Lasithi – 146
Lesvos – 135 (yesterday had 116)
Lefkada – 56
Lemnos – 43 (yesterday it was 36)
Magnesia – 288
Messinia – 226
Milos – 32
Mykonos – 44
Naxos – 56
Xanthi – 108
Paros – 89
Pella – 114
Pieria – 167
Preveza – 75
Rethymno – 200
Rodopis – 91
Rhodes – 313
Samos – 45
Serres – 171
Sporades – 37
Syros – 57
Tinos – 24
Trikala – 172
Fthiotida – 171
Florina – 50 (yesterday was 42)
Fokida – 55
Halkidiki – 145
Chania – 511
Chios – 86

Under investigation 643

MAP to compare: coronavirus infections per 100,000 population in last 14 days

July 6

July 5

July 2

 

EODY daily bulletin in Greek here.

More on coronavirus in Greece here.

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One comment

  1. There’s a surge right now. In just these last few days, I have learned of 6 people who have it (Thessaloniki & Athens). I’m guessing the government doesn’t want people to panic, because if we do, it will hurt tourism. Even measures will hurt tourism. They say for infected tourists to wear a mask, but it’s not enforced, and how are we to know who has it and who does not?
    My prediction is that the cases will go up, but tourism will thrive, and we will all meet again in September.