Another 397 cases of infection with the novel coronavirus have been reported since the last information from the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, bringing the total case count to 29,620.
At the moment, 231 COVID-19 patients are in intensive care.
Of the people confirmed positive, 21,927 were discharged. Of these, 20,534 are cured patients and 1,393 asymptomatic patients who were discharged 10 days after detection.
To date, 783,337 tests have been processed nationwide, according to GCS.
Novel coronavirus death toll rises by 31 to 1,799
The Strategic Communication Group (GCS) announced that 31 more deaths were recorded over the past 24 due to the novel coronavirus.
According to the GCS, the COVID-19 death toll on Tuesday stood at 1,799.
“”Between 06.07.2020 (10.00) – 07.07.2020 (10.00), 31 deaths (18 men and 13 women) were registered, of some patients infected with the novel coronavirus, hospitalised in Arges, Bacau, Bistrita -Nasaud, Brasov, Buzau, Calarasi, Dambovita, Gorj, Iasi, Ilfov, Bucharest, Olt, Prahova, Timis, Vrancea,” says GCS.
Of these, one death was recorded in the age category 40-49 years, 2 deaths in the age category 50-59 years, 7 deaths in the age category 60-69 years, 12 deaths in the age category 70-79 years and 9 deaths in people over 80 years.
30 of the deaths were in patients who had comorbidities, and no comorbidities were reported for one death.
COVID-19 count breakdown: 4,098 in Suceava County; 3,464 – in Bucharest; over 1,000 in six more counties
Most of the cases of people infected with the novel in Romania coronavirus have been reported so far in Suceava County – 4,098, in Bucharest – 3,464, while in six other counties – Arges, Brasov, Botosani, Galati, Vrancea and Iasi – the count exceeds 1,000.
According to the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, Romania’s total COVID-19 count case was 29,620 as of Tuesday at noon.
The number of confirmed cases by counties according to the reports of the National Institute of Public Health:
* Alba 469
* Arad 707
* Arges 1,030
* Bacau 686
* Bihor 697
* Bistrita-Nasaud 582
* Botosani 1,050
* Brasov 1,743
* Braila 253
* Buzau 651
* Caras-Severin 119
* Calarasi 183
* Cluj 712
* Constanta 492
* Covasna 302
* Dambovita 697
* Dolj 339
* Galati 1.105
* Giurgiu 278
* Gorj 299
* Harghita 348
* Hunedoara 665
* Ialomita 455
* Iasi 1.031
* Ilfov 816
* Maramures 216
* Mehedinti 218
* Mures 767
* Neamt 981
* Olt 301
* Prahova 614
* Satu Mare 81
* Salaj 121
* Sibiu 676
* Suceava 4,098
* Teleorman 168
* Timis 546
* Tulcea 191
* Vaslui 198
* Valcea 86
* Vrancea 1,148
* Bucharest 3,464.
COVID-19 case count of Romanians abroad reaches 5,095
The Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, reported on Tuesday that 5,095 Romanians abroad had been confirmed infected with the novel coronavirus, with the death toll constant at 122.
Of the 5,095 Romanian citizens confirmed to be infected, 1,885 were in Italy, 561 in Spain, 107 in France, 2,275 in Germany, 97 in the United Kingdom, 28 in the Netherlands, 2 in Namibia, 3 in the USA, 105 in Austria, 3 in Belgium, 6 in Japan, 2 in Indonesia, 2 in Switzerland, 2 in Turkey, 2 in Iceland, 2 in Belarus and one each in Argentina, Tunisia, Ireland, Luxembourg, the United Arab Emirates, Malta, Brazil, India, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Greece and Sweden.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, 122 Romanian citizens abroad have died: 31 in Italy, 19 in France, 43 in Great Britain, 9 in Spain, 14 in Germany, 2 in Belgium, one in Sweden, one in Switzerland, one in USA and one in Brazil.
Of the Romanian citizens abroad confirmed with the novel coronavirus, 72 were declared cured: 50 in Germany, 10 in France, 6 in Japan, 2 in Indonesia, 2 in Namibia, one in Luxembourg and one in Tunisia, GCS states.
453 COVID-19 fines issued in last 24 hours
In the last 24 hours, law enforcement officers issued 453 fines amounting to 46,000 lei for the violation of Law 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 Tuesday.
The Police on Monday reported an instance of thwarting disease control, criminalised under Article 352 of the Criminal Code.
At the same time, in the last 24 hours, 440 calls were reported to the 112 emergency line and 2,032 to the 0800 800 358 toll-free COVID-19 information line.
GCS reminds citizens to consider only information verified by official sources and to call 0800.800.358 for recommendations and other information, Monday to Friday, from 08:00hrs to20:00hrs.
Romanians abroad can request information on preventing and combating the virus by calling the +4021.320.20.20 special line.
As of July 6, 2020, 1,552,352 cases had been reported in the EU / EEA, the United Kingdom, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Andorra. Most cases have been reported in the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, France and Germany.