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No new intubation due to Covid-19 in Greece, March 4-10

For the first time since the Coronavirus outbreak, no new intubations due to Covid-19 infection have been recorded in Greece in the week March 4-10, 2024. All recipients of SARS-CoV-2 testing exhibit a decrease. The positivity rate for influenza in the community remains above 10% according to the epidemiological weekly …

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Greece weekly: 65 patients died of Covid-19 and 5 of flu

The spread of Covid-19 appears to be limited, however, the ‘hard factors’ remain high with 65 death of coronavirus patients in the week January 22-28, 2024, Greece’s National Health Organization EODY said in its weekly report. 5 people died from flu in the same week. According to EODY, the number …

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Greece weekly report: 73 died of COVID-19, 8 of flu

Covid-related deaths and hospital admissions eased in the past week after a dramatic spike over the holidays, but the number of Covid-19 deaths remained high with 73 fatalities. Greece’s National Health organization EODY said in its weekly report for the week January 15-21 published on Thursday. At the same time, …

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Greece Weekly: Deaths of Covid-19 patients rise to 103

There is an increase in weekly deaths from COVID-19 in Greece, according to the epidemiological report of the National Health Care Organization EODY for the period January 8-14, 2024. All other indicators showed a decrease, the report stressed.. The most common sub-variant is JN.1 (44%). According to EODY, flu positivity …

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Greece weekly report: COVID-19 deaths rise to 93

Deaths due to Covid-19 rose to 93 and new intubations increased in the week January 1-7, 2024, the weekly epidemiological report of Greece’s National Health Care Organization EODY said on Thursday. The hard indicators of Covid-19 that is deaths, hospital admissions and intubations, show an increase, the reported underlined. Positivity …

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Greece weekly: Covid-19 infections in further increase Dec 25-31

Viral infections of the respiratory system (SARS-CoV-2, influenza viruses and respiratory syncytial virus – RSV) show a further increase, according to the epidemiological report of EODY for the period 25-31 December, 2023. 1,818 Covid-patients are hospitalized in simple beds, 57 deaths, 70 intubated Covid-19 is widely dispersed in the community, …

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Greece weekly report: Sharp increase in Covid-19, flu infections

There was a sharp increase in cases of Covid-19, flu or flu-like symptoms and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) infections between 18-24 December, according to the weekly report by the National Organisation for Public Health released on Friday. There was an increased spread of the SARS-CoV2 virus in the community, while  …

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Covid-19 deaths in Greece increased in the week Oct 23-29

Deaths from Covid-19 have increased, while all other indicators such as infections, hospitalizations and intubations decreased in the week of October 23-29, 2023, the National health Care organization EODY announced in its weekly report published on Thursday. The positivity in all tested samples showed a decrease compared to the previous …

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Greece Covid-19 Weekly: Hospitalizations up, deaths & intubations slightly down

Hospitalizations due to Covid-19 were up, while intubations and deaths  over the week October 16-22 were down compared to the previous week, according to the weekly report by the National Public Health Organisation (EODY), published on Thursday. Course of Covid-Infections Covid-19 data Oct 16-22 Infections+Reinfections: 25,342* (-2,595)⚠️ Deaths: 37,798* (+50)⚠️ …

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Greece weekly: Coronavirus infections and hospitalizations on the rise

Coronavirus inections and hospitalizations increased in the week August 14-20, 2023 compared to the previous week, according to Covid-19 weekly report by the National Public Health Organisation (EODY), published on Thursday. Hospital admissions for coronavirus (641) increased last week and also went up 54% overall compared to the average weekly …

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Covid-19 infections increase again in Greece; 11% “Eris” strain

New cases of Covid-19 infections increased in the week of July 31-August 6 when compared to the previous week, according to the weekly report by the National Public Health Organisation (EODY), published on Thursday. 11% of the new cases is owed to the new ‘Eris‘ strain of the coronavirus, it …

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Coronavirus infections in Greece slightly dropped, yet 37 deaths in a week

New cases of coronavirus slightly dropped slightly over the week of June 5-11, 2023, according to the weekly report by the Greek National Public Health Organization (EODY), published on Thursday. Hospital admissions for coronavirus (356) also decreased last week, dropping 38% overall compared to the average weekly for admissions during …

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Coronavirus infections, flu cases drop; 65 Covid-deaths

New cases of coronavirus and of influenza (flu) dropped over the week of March 20-26, according to the weekly report by the National Public Health Organization (EODY). ISO week 12/2023, March 20-26, compared with the previous week: *Tests -8% *Infections +2% (13,752 total, 1965/day) *Reinfections 47% (percentage) *Positivity +12% (2.9%) …

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Coronavirus, flu cases slightly increased, says EODY weekly report

Positivity in both coronavirus and flu cases increased over the past week, February 20-26, Greece’s National health Care organization EODY announced in its weekly epidemiological report on Thursday. Positivity of all tested samples for Covid-19 saw a small increase, as did the rate of hospital admissions and intubations. There were …

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Coronavirus infections down, says EODY weekly report

Τhe number of Covid-19 hospital admissions and intubations decreased in the week of January 23-29, while the number of coronavirus deaths stayed the same as in the previous week, said the National Public Health Organization (EODY) in its weekly statistics report on Thursday. A total of 1,112 Covid-19 patients were …

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