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Coronia crisis: 47 new deaths, downward trend continues

The National Crisis Center has given a new update of the figures for the corona virus in our country. In the past 24 hours, 47 people have died in our country from the effects of the virus, of which 24 in residential care centers. This continues the downward trend of recent weeks.

The number of new coronavirus infections in our country has been declining for a while now. And that is no different today. Again, fewer people died from the virus than the day before, and hospital occupancy has also decreased again.

47 deaths

In the past 24 hours, 47 people have died in our country from the effects of the corona virus. 24 of them died in residential care centers. The total number of deaths in our country is thus 9,052.

So again fewer people have died than the day before. This continues the downward trend in our country. 291 new infections were also reported in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of infections to 55,280.

Fewer people in the hospital, more on intensive care

The number of patients in the hospital has also decreased again. There are now 1,622 people, 128 fewer than yesterday. At the height of the crisis, nearly 6,000 people were hospitalized with coronavirus infection. In total, 14,630 patients were already allowed to leave the hospital.

There is an increase in the number of patients on intensive care. That is 7 more today than yesterday. There are currently 371 patients on intensive care, which was once more than 1,000.

Schools

Schools will open again tomorrow, with the first, second and sixth years of primary school and the sixth and seventh years of secondary school. Furthermore, lessons in three years of special education may be restarted.

In addition, hairdressers will open again from tomorrow, as will the markets, zoos and museums. Open-air sports training may also continue, with a maximum of 20 members. This concerns the second phase of the relaxation that is being deployed.

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