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GCS: 146 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Romania, total number of cases hits 18.429

A number of 146 new cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus have been recorded in Romania since the last information that brings the total case count to 18,429, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official coronavirus communication task force, reported on Tuesday.

Of the people confirmed positive, 11,874 have been declared cured and discharged.

As many as 181 COVID-19 patients are in intensive care.

To date, 1,210 people diagnosed with COVID-19 have died in Romania.

 

5,287 persons in institutionalized quarantine; other 75,782 in home isolation

 

A number of 5,782 people are in institutional quarantine in Romania as a result of the novel coronavirus epidemic, and another 75,782 people are in isolation at home and under medical monitoring, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official coronavirus communication task force, reported on Tuesday.

To date, 385,728 tests have been processed nationwide.

In the last 24 hours, 476 calls were reported to the 112 emergency line and 1,437 to the TELVERDE (0800 800 358) toll-free coronavirus information line.

 

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

 

Most of the cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus in Romania have been reported in Suceava County – 3,454 and in Bucharest City- 1,825.

According to the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, there are a total of 18,429 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 – 350

 

* Arad – 696

 

* Arges – 238

 

* Bacau – 494

 

* Bihor – 553

 

* Bistrita Nasaud – 322

 

* Botosani – 726

 

* Brasov – 697

 

* Braila – 25

 

* Buzau – 164

 

* Caras Severin – 112

 

* Calarasi – 87

 

* Cluj – 538

 

* Constanta – 276

 

* Covasna – 230

 

* Dambovita – 268

 

* Dolj – 207

 

* Galati – 574

 

* Giurgiu – 212

 

* Gorj – 123

 

* Harghita – 120

 

* Hunedoara – 627

 

* Ialomita – 354

 

* Iasi – 514

 

* Ilfov – 508

 

* Maramures – 96

 

* Mehedinti – 107

 

* Mures – 666

 

* Neamt – 873

 

* Olt – 76

 

* Prahova – 100

 

* Satu Mare – 61

 

* Salaj – 85

 

* Sibiu – 491

 

* Suceava – 3,454

 

* Teleorman – 134

 

* Timis – 500

 

* Tulcea – 143

 

* Vaslui – 157

 

* Valcea – 28

 

* Vrancea – 583

 

* Bucharest – 1,825.

 

3,067 Romanian nationals abroad confirmed with novel coronavirus infection

 

A number of 3,067 Romanian nationals abroad were confirmed to be infected with the novel coronavirus, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, reported on Tuesday.

Of these, 1,699 are in Italy, 561 in Spain, 84 in France, 576 in Germany, 87 in the United Kingdom, 28 in the Netherlands, 2 in Namibia, 3 in the USA, 4 in Austria, 3 in Belgium, 6 in Japan, 2 in Indonesia, 2 in Switzerland, 2 in Turkey and one each in Argentina, Tunisia, Ireland, Luxembourg, the United Arab Emirates, Malta, Brazil and Sweden.

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 epidemic, 106 Romanian nationals abroad have died – 31 in Italy, 19 in France, 35 in the UK, 9 in Spain, 6 in Germany, 2 in Belgium, one in Sweden, one in Switzerland, one in the USA and one in Brazil.

Of the Romanian citizens confirmed with the novel coronavirus, 22 have been declared cured: 9 in Germany, 9 in France, 2 in Indonesia, one in Luxembourg and one in Tunisia.

The information is gathered by the Romanian diplomatic missions and consular offices abroad, either from the relevant authorities in the countries of residence, insofar as such information is subject to public communication, or directly from Romanian nationals abroad.

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