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GCS: Romania’s COVID-19 case count rises by 245 to 16,247

A number of 245 new cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus have been recorded in Romania since the last information, bringing the total case count to 16,247, the the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official coronavirus communication task force, reported on Thursday at noon.

Of the people confirmed positive, 9,053 have been declared cured and discharged.

As many as 225 patients are in intensive care.

To date, 1,046 people diagnosed with COVID-19 in Romania have died.

 

14,066 people in institutional quarantine; 18,118 people isolated at home

 

As many as 14,066 people in Romania are in institutional quarantine as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, and another 18,118 people are in isolation at home and under medical monitoring, the Group for Strategic Communication (GCS), the official coronavirus communication task force, reported on Thursday at noon.

Since the entry into force of Military Ordinance 2, a number of 2,302 people have been placed in institutional quarantine for having violated self-isolation .

Also, 223 people in quarantine have left the quarantine locations and were ordered a further 14-day quarantine.

To date, 286,217 tests have been processed nationwide in Romania.

According to GCS, in the last 24 hours, 468 calls were reported to the 112 emergency line and 1,932 to the 0800 800 358 coronavirus information line.

 

Suceava County, Bucharest City topping Romania’s COVID-19 case count at 3,370, 1,574 respectively

 

Most of the cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus in Romania have so far been reported in Suceava County – 3,370 and in Bucharest City – 1,574.

According to the Strategic Communication Group, (GCS), the official coronavirus communication task force, there are currently a total of 16,247 people infected with the novel coronavirus in Romania.

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

 

* Alba – 250

 

* Arad – 688

 

* Arges – 190

 

* Bacau – 414

 

* Bihor – 491

 

* Bistrita Nasaud – 280

 

* Botosani – 640

 

* Brasov – 597

 

* Braila – 19

 

* Buzau – 97

 

* Caras Severin – 110

 

* Calarasi – 67

 

* Cluj – 518

 

* Constanta – 253

 

* Covasna – 226

 

* Dambovita – 157

 

* Dolj – 153

 

* Galati – 522

 

* Giurgiu – 204

 

* Gorj – 89

 

* Harghita – 25

 

* Hunedoara – 595

 

* Ialomita – 312

 

* Iasi – 341

 

* Ilfov – 393

 

* Maramures – 80

 

* Mehedinti – 86

 

* Mures – 638

 

* Neamt – 805

 

* Olt – 52

 

* Prahova – 79

 

* Satu Mare – 54

 

* Salaj – 52

 

* Sibiu – 440

 

* Suceava – 3,370

 

* Teleorman – 109

 

* Timis – 486

 

* Tulcea – 96

 

* Vaslui – 146

 

* Valcea – 27

 

* Vrancea – 475

 

* Bucharest City – 1,574.

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