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Greece: 148,435 coronavirus cases,geographic distribution; 200 deaths

Greece’s health authorities announced 148,435 confirmed coronavirus cases and 200 Covid-related deaths during the week of July 11-17, 2022. According to the weekly bulletin issued on Tuesday by the National Organization for Public Health (EODY),  there are currently 115 intubated Covid-patients treated in Intensive Care Units.

The cases were identified from a total of 954,188 tests.

Positivity rate PCR+RAPID: 15.56%.

  • Daily average: Infections at 21,000 – Deaths at 26

Of the 148,435 confirmed coronavirus cases (weekly change -1%) reinfections were 18%.

The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Greece since the start of the pandemic rose to 4,210,771, with a total of 30,707 deaths over the same period.

The total number of admissions in the reference week was 2,540 patients (7-day rolling average 363; weekly change 11%. Ttal number of discharges amounts to 2,097 patients (7-day rolling average: 300; weekly change 25%).

The number of intubated patients by the end of the reporting week is 115 (63.6% men) with a median age of 71 years. 92.4% have an underlying disease and/or age of 70 years or older.

In the reporting week, 200 deaths of COVID-19 patients were recorded (18 per million population; 15% weekly change).  Since the start of the epidemic a total of 30,707 deaths have been recorded. 95.7% of the deceased had an underlying disease and/or age 70 or older.

The median age of the infected cases is 38 years, while the median age of the dead is 80 years.

Geographic distribution July 11-17

Infection cases:

59,786 Attica

14,245 Thessaloniki

 

EODY via healthreport.gr

Infections MAP: last 14 days per 100,000 population

 

EODY Bulletin in Greek here

More information on coronavirus in Greece here on KTG.

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6 comments

  1. So many people I know have it right now! For some, it’s their first time, and for others it’s their second time. When I ask them how they got it, they say they don’t know. And they were all boosted up!

  2. It’s going to be like the flu vaccine, always playing catch up and always getting vaccinated against last year’s variants.

  3. If you are going to report on this C19 issue WHY have you stopped supplying detail of how many new cases of C19 have been vacinnated or partially. perhaps you have been instructed not to supply this information !!!

    • keeptalkinggreece

      because EODY don’t publish this info anymore !? (oh, dear, people loving conspiracies!)

      • Wonder why they don’t publish that info anymore. Could it be because it doesn’t support their vax cultist narrative 😛

  4. As I posted in an earlier thread,
    “” one does not hide data that makes one look good””,
    so what data is being hidden or purposely being made difficult to find/understand.
    These gross raw numbers tell us next to nothing.

    Unless data is made available showing infection, recovery and vaccination status (1,2,2+1,2+2 jabs) for each category of case, reinfection, hospital, ICU and dead, there is no true picture of the progress of this epidemic.

    I cannot believe that the “competent” authorities do not have this data. If they do not, then they are truly in-competent and should be removed from their positions. If they do have the data but decline to release it, they should be prosecuted for fraud and dis-information

    mikey😎.