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GCS: 450 new cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus in Romania bring total cases count to 27.726

Another 450 cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus have been recorded in Romania since the last report, bringing the total case count to 27,746 on Thursday, announced the Strategic Communication Group (GCS).

As many as 237 COVID-19 patients are in intensive care.

Of the people confirmed positive, 20,433 were discharged from hospital; of these, 19,363 were declared cured and 1,070 were symptomless people who were discharged 10 days after being found positive for the virus.

To date, 735,221 tests have been processed nationwide, GCS said.

 

787 persons, in institutionalized quarantine; another 59,414 in self-isolation

 

The Strategic Communication Group (GCS) announced that on the territory of Romania, on Thursday, there are 787 persons in institutionalized quarantine and another 59,414 are in self-isolation and are under medical monitoring.

According to the quoted source, as many as 735,221 tests have been processed to date, at the national level.

In the past 24 hours, 484 calls were made to single emergency line 112 and 1,276 to the TELVERDE line (0800 800 358) opened specifically to inform citizens.

 

Suceava County – 4,046 cases, Bucharest City – 3,238, three counties past 1,000-line

 

Romania’s areas with the highest coronavirus caseloads are Suceava County – with 4,046 cases, Bucharest City – 3,238, and the counties of Brasov, Botosani and Vrancea – with more than 1,000 illnesses each.

Romania has a total of 27,746 people confirmed as infected with the novel coronavirus, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) informs.

The case numbers in a breakdown by counties, according to the reports of the National Public Health Institute, are as follows:

 

*Alba – 455 cases

 

*Arad – 706

 

*Arges – 872

 

*Bacau – 650

 

*Bihor – 673

 

*Bistrita-Nasaud – 544

 

*Botosani – 1,027

 

*Brasov – 1,553

 

*Braila – 226

 

*Buzau – 613

 

*Caras-Severin – 116

 

*Calarasi – 177

 

*Cluj – 687

 

*Constanta – 458

 

*Covasna – 288

 

*Dambovita – 580

 

*Dolj – 304

 

*Galati – 937

 

*Giurgiu – 269

 

*Gorj – 241

 

*Harghita – 324

 

*Hunedoara – 663

 

*Ialomita – 436

 

*Iasi – 999

 

*Ilfov – 752

 

*Maramures – 203

 

*Mehedinti – 193

 

*Mures – 745

 

*Neamt – 970

 

*Olt – 249

 

*Prahova – 472

 

*Satu Mare – 77

 

*Salaj – 119

 

*Sibiu – 660

 

*Suceava – 4,046

 

*Teleorman – 163

 

*Timis – 527

 

*Tulcea – 183

 

*Vaslui – 187

 

*Valcea – 53

 

*Vrancea – 1,078

 

*Bucharest – 3,238.

 

As many as 345 COVID-19 fines issued in the past 24 hours

 

Law enforcement officers issued in the past 24 hours 345 fines amounting to 135,850 lei for violations of Law No. 55/2020 on measures to prevent and combat the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, reported on Thursday.

The Police found on Wednesday three instances of hampering diseases control, a crime under Article 352 of the Criminal Code.

Also on Wednesday, 66 people who did not comply with the measure of home isolation or quarantine were placed in institutional quarantine for 14 days or ordered institutional quarantine for a new period of 14 days.

The public is being reminded to consider only information verified through official sources and to call the 0800.800.358 toll-free novel coronavirus information line for recommendations and other information Monday through Friday, between 08.00hrs and 20:00hrs.

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

As of July 1, as many as 1,561,230 cases had been reported in the EU/EEA, the United Kingdom, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, and Andorra.

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