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GCS reports 614 new case of infections with the novel coronavirus, total case count reaches 30.879

Another 614 cases of infection with the novel coronavirus have been reported since the last information released by the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, bringing the total case count to 30,789.

As many as 240 COVID-19 patients were in intensive care.

Of the people confirmed positive, 22,574 were discharged, of whom 20,969 patients were cured and 1,605 asymptomatic patients were discharged 10 days after detection.

To date, 809,663 tests have been processed nationwide, according to GCS.

 

Romania’s COVID-19 death toll rises by 17 to 1,834

 

The Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, announced on Thursday that in the last 24 hours 17 people infected with the novel coronavirus died in Romania.

As of Thursday, the total death toll was standing at 1,834.

“Between 08.07.2020 (10:00hrs) – 09.07.2020 (10:00hrs), 17 deaths (13 men and 4 women) were reported of patients infected with the novel coronavirus, hospitalised in Arges, Bihor, Bistrita-Nasaud, Brasov, Cluj, Dambovita, Galati, Gorj, Bucharest, Tulcea and Vrancea,” GCS specified.

Of these, one death was recorded in the age class 30 – 39 years, three in the age class 50 – 59 years, five in the age class 60 – 69 years and four in the age classes 70 – 79 years and over 80 years.

According to the GCS, 16 of the deaths were in patients with comorbidities. No comorbidities were reported in one death.

 

COVID-19 count breakdown: 4,134 in Suceava County; 3,590 in Bucharest; over 1,000 in six more

 

Most of the cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus in Romania have been reported so far in Suceava County – 4,134, in Bucharest – 3,590, while in six other counties the count exceeds 1,000.

According to the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, Romania’s COVID-19 count case reached 30,1789.

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

 

* Alba – 479

* Arad – 709

* Arges- 1,138

* Bacau – 698

* Bihor – 704

* Bistrita-Nasaud – 603

* Botosani – 1,060

* Brasov – 1,851

* Braila – 271

* Buzau – 727

* Caras-Severin – 122

* Calarasi – 197

* Cluj – 717

* Constanta – 508

* Covasna – 318

* Dambovita – 822

* Dolj – 356

* Galati – 1,138

* Giurgiu – 281

* Gorj – 338

* Harghita – 360

* Hunedoara – 688

* Ialomita – 503

* Iasi – 1,048

* Ilfov – 850

* Maramures – 227

* Mehedinti – 233

* Mures – 790

* Neamt – 992

* Olt – 328

* Prahova – 679

* Satu Mare – 82

* Salaj – 121

* Sibiu – 685

* Suceava – 4,134

* Teleorman – 173

* Timis – 566

* Tulcea – 192

* Vaslui – 209

* Valcea – 94

* Vrancea – 1,171

* The city of Bucharest – 3,590.

 

As many as 5,104 Romanians abroad confirmed infected with novel coronavirus

 

The Strategic Communication Group (GCS) reports on Thursday that 5,104 Romanians abroad have been confirmed as infected with the novel coronavirus, and the number of deaths among them remains 122.

Of the 5,104 Romanian citizens confirmed to be infected – 1,885 are in Italy, 561 in Spain, 115 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, 2 in Greece and one each in Argentina, Tunisia, Ireland, Luxembourg, the United Arab Emirates, Malta, Brazil, India, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Sweden.

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic and until now, 122 Romanian citizens abroad – 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 the USA and one in Brazil – have died.

According to GCS, of the Romanian citizens 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.

“These data are obtained by the Romanian diplomatic missions and consular offices abroad, either from the competent authorities in the states of residence, insofar as these data are subject to public communication, or directly from Romanian citizens abroad,” informs the quoted source.

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