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GCS: 190 new cases of novel coronavirus infections, total number of cases reaches 15,778

A number of 190 new cases of persons infected with the novel coronavirus have been registered in Romania since the latest information, the total number of cases thus reaching 15,778, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) informed on Tuesday.

From among the persons who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, 7,685 were declared recovered and discharged.

A number of 238 patients are admitted to ICUs.

According to the GCS, as many as 991 people diagnosed with COVID-19 have died.

 

14,923 people are in institutionalized quarantine; another 19,007 people isolated at home

 

A number of 14,923 people are in institutionalized quarantine on Romanian territory, and another 19,007 people are isolated at home and are under medical monitoring, the Strategic Communication Group informed also on Tuesday.

Since the entry into force of Military Ordinance no. 2 and up to date, 2,302 people who have not observed the period of self-isolation have been placed in institutionalized quarantine. Also, 209 people in quarantine left the location where they were placed, for which the quarantine measure was ordered for a new period of 14 days.

To date, 269,183 tests have been processed nationwide.

In the last 24 hours, 412 calls were registered to the emergency number 112 and 1,905 to the TELVERDE line (0800 800 358), open especially for informing citizens.

 

 563 criminal files opened over hampering diseases control

 

As many as 563 criminal files have been opened by the relevant departments of the Interior Ministry over hampering disease control, as criminalised under Article 352 (1) in the Criminal Code, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official coronavirus communication task force, reported on Tuesday.

Police officers and gendarmes found 273 people in the last 24 hours violating the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions on movement. They were fined 169,100 lei.

GCS reminds the public to consider only the information verified through official sources and to call the 0800.800.358 toll-free coronavirus information line for recommendations and other information.

Romanians abroad can request information on preventing and combating the virus by calling the +4021.320.20.20 special line.

As of May 11, 1,248,033 cases had been reported in the EU / EEA, the United Kingdom, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Andorra. Most of the cases reported were in Italy, France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom.

 

Suceava County, Bucharest City topping COVID-19 case count in Romania

 

Most cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus in Romania have so far been reported in Suceava County – 3,283 and Bucharest City- 1,528.

According to the Strategic Communication Group, (GCS), the official coronavirus communication task force, there are a total of 15,778 people in Romania infected with the novel coronavirus.

The number of confirmed cases by counties, according to the reports of the National Institute of Public Health:

 

* Alba – 250 cases

 

* Arad – 680

 

* Arges – 181

 

* Bacau – 388

 

* Bihor – 489

 

* Bistrita Nasaud – 272

 

* Botosani – 622

 

* Brasov – 578

 

* Braila – 19

 

* Buzau – 83

 

* Caras Severin – 109

 

* Calarasi – 64

 

* Cluj – 514

 

* Constanta – 252

 

* Covasna – 222

 

* Dambovita – 152

 

* Dolj – 150

 

* Galati – 519

 

* Giurgiu – 205

 

* Gorj – 82

 

* Harghita – 24

 

* Hunedoara – 568

 

* Ialomita – 296

 

* Iasi – 325

 

* Ilfov – 379

 

* Maramures – 71

 

* Mehedinti – 82

 

* Mures – 608

 

* Neamt – 773

 

* Olt – 51

 

* Prahova – 78

 

* Satu Mare – 54

 

* Salaj – 51

 

* Sibiu – 424

 

* Suceava – 3,283

 

* Teleorman – 106

 

* Timis – 472

 

* Tulcea – 90

 

* Vaslui – 135

 

* Valcea – 26

 

* Vrancea – 465

 

* Bucharest – 1,528.

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