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August 2, 2021

Number of coronavirus cases in Romania increased by 18.9 in April 6-12 week over previous one; death toll reaches 346

The number of cases of coronavirus infection increased in the April 6-12 week by 18.9 pct over the previous week, according to a weekly monitoring report published on the website of the National Public Health Institute.

51 pct of the cases recorded were in Suceava, Bucharest, Hunedoara, Timis and Neamt.

According to the quoted source, 60.4 pct of the deaths were recorded in Suceava, Bucharest, Hunedoara, Arad and Timis.

One in eight cases affected medical staff.

The report shows that 71 pct of the deaths were recorded in persons over 60 and 65 pct in men.

Also, 82 pct of the deceased had at least one comorbidity.

The average ratio of positive tests in the past 14 days was 11.8 pct.

According to the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) on Tuesday,  another 15 people infected with the new coronavirus have died in Romania, the number of deceased from this cause reaching 346.

It is about five women and ten men between the ages of 42 and 79.

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