HEALTH Social SOCIAL & HEALTH

GCS latest coronavirus update: Romania’s total caseload rises to 32,535

Romania’s novel coronavirus caseload increased by a total of 1,154 since our last report, with 698 cases reported on Saturday and 456 on Sunday; the total case count was 32,535 as of Sunday at noon, said the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force.

As many as 243 COVID-19 patients were in intensive care.

Of the people confirmed positive, 23,387 were discharged, of whom 21,545 patients were cured, 1,485 symptomless patients were discharged 10 days after detection and 532 were discharged on request.

To date, 847,586 tests have been processed nationwide, GCS said.

 

Romania’s COVID-19 death toll at 1,884

 

Romania’s death toll from COVID-19 hit 1,884 since our latest report, with 24 deaths announced by the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) on Saturday and another 13 on Sunday morning.

The latest victims are 26 men and 11 women, who had been hospitalized in Bucharest and in the counties of Alba, Arges, Bistrita-Nasaud, Botosani, Brasov, Buzau, Calarasi, Dolj, Galati, Ialomita, Maramures, Olt, Prahova, Sibiu, Suceava, Vaslui and Vrancea.

Of these, two deaths were in the 30 – 39 age range, eight in the 50 – 59 age range, nine in the 60 – 69 age range, ten in the 70-79 age range and eight in people over 80 years of age.

All the victims but one had known underlying medical conditions.

 

Romania’s areas with highest coronavirus loads: Suceava County – 4,167, Bucharest City – 3,801, seven counties past 1,000-line

 

Romania’s areas with the highest coronavirus caseloads are Suceava County – with 4,167 cases, Bucharest City – 3,801, and the counties of Arges, Brasov, Botosani, Galati, Vrancea, Iasi and Neamt – with more than 1,000 illnesses each.

Romania has a total of 32,535 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 – 493 cases

 

*Arad – 714

 

*Arges – 1,349

 

*Bacau – 746

 

*Bihor – 708

 

*Bistrita-Nasaud – 631

 

*Botosani – 1,073

 

*Brasov – 1,997

 

*Braila – 298

 

*Buzau – 794

 

*Caras-Severin – 128

 

*Calarasi – 209

 

*Cluj – 762

 

*Constanta – 542

 

*Covasna – 329

 

*Dambovita – 935

 

*Dolj – 387

 

*Galati – 1,239

 

*Giurgiu – 283

 

*Gorj – 422

 

*Harghita – 380

 

*Hunedoara – 709

 

*Ialomita – 522

 

*Iasi – 1,070

 

*Ilfov – 899

 

*Maramures – 236

 

*Mehedinti – 263

 

*Mures – 810

 

*Neamt – 1,003

 

*Olt – 368

 

*Prahova – 765

 

*Satu Mare – 82

 

*Salaj – 121

 

*Sibiu – 699

 

*Suceava – 4,167

 

*Teleorman – 179

 

*Timis – 600

 

*Tulcea – 203

 

*Vaslui – 231

 

*Valcea – 115

 

*Vrancea – 1,236

 

*Bucharest – 3,801.

 

COVID-19 case count of Romanians abroad steady at 5,104

 

Both the number of Romanians abroad infected with the novel coronavirus and the number of out-of-country coronavirus-related Romanian fatalities remained unchanged this weekend at 5,104 and 122, respectively, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) reports on Sunday.

According to the cited source, of the 5,104 coronavirus-infected Romanian citizens, 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 Island, 2 in Belarus, 2 in Greece and one in each Argentina, Tunisia, Ireland, Luxembourg, UAE, Malta, Brazil, India, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Sweden.

The death toll of out-of-country Romanians since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic is 122: 31 in Italy, 19 in France, 43 in the UK, 9 in Spain, 14 in Germany, 2 in Belgium and one in each Sweden, Switzerland, the USA and Brazil.

As many as 157 Romanians who tested positive for coronavirus have been meanwhile declared cured as follows: 135 in Germany, 10 in France, 6 in Japan, 2 in Indonesia, 2 in Namibia, one in Luxembourg and one in Tunisia.

“The data are obtained by the Romanian diplomatic missions and consular offices abroad, either from the relevant authorities in the states of residence, insofar as these data are subject to public communication, or directly from Romanian citizens abroad,” GCS said, according to Agerpres.

Related posts

IntMin Carmen Dan: We managed to convince European officials that uniform ID cards are needed, with additional security measures. Elections to European Parliament, priority topic at JHA Council meeting in Brussels

NINE O'CLOCK

Bogdan Aurescu before ICJ, again

Test

Government to discuss obligation of wearing a mask in very crowded outdoor public spaces

NINE O'CLOCK

Leave a Comment