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246 coronavirus cases confirmed in Romania, average age of infected persons-41

Romania has registered so far 246 novel coronavirus confirmed cases.

Since the latest latest information broadcast, other 29 new infection cases have been registered.

According to the latest update published by the National Institute of Public Health (INSP), most cases confirmed with the novel coronavirus were registered in Bucharest, namely 81 cases.

By counties, the situation is as follows: Bucharest – 81, Hunedoara – 23, Iasi – 20, Timis – 17, Constanta – 13, Brasov – 11, Arad – 8, Ilfov – 8, Caras Severin – 5, Suceava – 5, Neamt – 5, Mures – 4, Cluj – 4, Covasna – 4, Dolj – 3, Olt – 3, Bacau – 2, Bihor – 2, Buzau – 2, Galati – 2, Maramures – 2, Mehedinti – 2, Prahova – 2, Valcea – 2, Gorj – 2 , Braila – 2, Ialomita – 2, Teleorman – 2, Vrancea – 2.

So far, there is one confirmed case of Sars-CoV-2 virus registered in each of the following counties: Botosani, Satu Mare, Alba, Bistrita-Nasaud, Vaslui and Salaj.

According to the INSP, a number of 3,441 persons are in quarantine and 26,679 persons are isolated at home.

 

DSU: Average age of infected persons, 41

 

Of the 246 persons diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, 5 pct are minors, 50 pct are women, 45 pct are men, a statistical analysis provided by the Department for Emergency Situations (DSU) shows.

The average age of is 41. Furthermore:

– 5 patients (2 pct) are aged 0-9;

– 8 patients (3 pct) are aged 10-19;

– 31 patients (13 pct) aged 20-29;

– 64 patients (26 pct) aged 30-39;

– 70 patients (28 pct) aged 40-49;

– 47 patients (19 pct) aged 50-59;

– 12 patients (5 pct) aged 60-69;

– 9 patients (4 pct) aged 70-79.

No patients are 80 or older.

According to the Department for Emergency Situations, of the 246 cases diagnosed, 19 were cured.

 

 

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