823 new cases of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 have been recorded, compared to the last reporting, following national tests, taking the total number to 54,009, the Strategic Communication Group informsed on Monday.
These are cases that have not previously had a positive test, the GCS states.
So, until Sunday, 54,009 cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus have been confirmed in Romania. The GCS shows that 27,750 patients were declared cured and 4,807 asymptomatic patients were discharged 10 days after detection.
According to the GCS, 1,248,318 tests have been processed nationwide so far. Of these, 8,045 were performed in the last 24 hours, 5,646 based on case definition and medical protocol, and 2,399 on request.
Romania’s COVID-19 death toll rises by 19 to 2,432
Another 19 people infected with the novel coronavirus have died in Romania, bringing the total death toll to 2,432, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, reported on Monday.
According to GCS, dying in last 24 hours were nine men and 10 women, hospitalised in the counties of Arad, Arges, Bacau, Bistrita-Nasaud, Braila, Brasov, Dolj, Gorj, Ialomita, Mehedinti, Mures, Prahova, Vaslui and Ilfov.
Of the latest deaths, one was registered in the 30-39 age bracket, two in the 40-49 age bracket, two in the 50-59 age bracket, two in the 60-69 age bracket, and five in the 70-79 age bracket, and seven deaths in the category of over 80 years.
All 19 deaths were in patients who had comorbidities, the GCS said, according to Agerpres.
7,530 persons admitted to hospitals due to COVID-19, 412 in ICU
As many as 7,660 people with COVID-19 are admitted to health facilities, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) reported on Monday.
There are 419 patients at ICU, the source added.
On the territory of Romania, 5,143 people confirmed with infection with the novel coronavirus are in isolation at home, and 4,538 are in institutionalized isolation.
Also, 17,675 people are in quarantine at home, and 179 in institutionalized quarantine.
Most cases of COVID-19 are in Bucharest – 6,208, Suceava – 4,584 and Arges – 3,512
The City of Bucharest (6,208) and the counties of Suceava (4,584) and Arges (3,512) are the areas with the most cases of COVID-19 registered to date, informs the Strategic Communication Group on Monday.
More than 3,000 cases are also registered in Brasov County – 3,227, and more than 2,000 cases – in Galati county – 2,249 and Prahova county – 2,134.
As many as 14 counties have more than 1,000 reported cases to date – Arad, Bacau, Bihor, Botosani, Buzau, Cluj, Dambovita, hunedoara, Iasi, Ilfov, Mures, Neamt, Timis, Vrancea.
The GCS report also includes 52 people who are not allocated to any county.
Most newly confirmed COVID-19 cases: Bucharest City – 120, Arges – 96 and Dambovita – 70
Bucharest City (120), Arges County (96) and Galati County (62) are the areas with the most newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in Romania since the previous report, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, reported on Monday.
There were no new cases reported in Caras-Severin and Satu Mare counties.
A breakdown of the new cases by counties:
* Alba – 4
* Arad – 15
* Arges – 96
* Bacau – 51
* Bihor – 50
* Bistrita-Nasaud – 3
* Botosani – 2
* Brasov – 30
* Braila – 17
* Buzau – 12
* Caras-Severin –
* Calarasi – 4
* Cluj – 16
* Constanta – 15
* Covasna – 1
* Dambovita – 36
* Dolj – 4
* Galati – 62
* Giurgiu – 18
* Gorj – 2
* Harghita – 2
* Hunedoara – 6
* Ialomita – 4
* Iasi – 19
* Ilfov – 7
* Maramures – 34
* Mehedinti – 16
* Mures – 6
* Neamt – 11
* Olt – 18
* Prahova – 37
* Satu Mare –
* Salaj – 1
* Sibiu – 16
* Suceava – 8
* Teleorman – 2
* Timis – 34
* Tulcea – 6
* Vaslui – 2
* Valcea – 17
* Vrancea – 19
* Bucharest City – 120
COVID-19 case count of Romanians abroad stable at 5,555
The number of Romanians abroad confirmed as infected with the novel coronavirus has remained stagnant at 5,555, and the COVID-19 death toll of Romanian citizens abroad has stayed at 123, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, reported on Monday.
According to GCS, of the 5,555 Romanian citizens confirmed as infected, 1,891 were in Italy, 570 in Spain, 124 in France, 2,616 in Germany, 157 in Great Britain, 28 in the Netherlands, 2 in Namibia, 4 in the USA, 111 in Austria , 3 in Belgium, 6 in Japan, 2 in Indonesia, 2 in Switzerland, 2 in Turkey, 2 in Iceland, 2 in Belarus, 18 in Greece, 2 in Cyprus and one each in Argentina, Tunisia, Ireland, Luxembourg, United Arab Emirates United, Malta, Brazil, India, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Sweden and the Republic of Congo.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, 123 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 the USA, one in Brazil and one in the Republic of Congo.
Of the Romanian citizens confirmed with the novel coronavirus, 189 were declared cured: 159 in Germany, 18 in France, 6 in Japan, 2 in Indonesia, 2 in Namibia, one in Luxembourg and one in Tunisia, according to GCS.
Romanians abroad can request information on preventing and combating the virus by calling the +4021.320.20.20 special line.
As of Sunday, 1,733,550 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.
Globally, more than 18.1 million cases of infection, more than 690,000 deaths due to COVID-19 have been confirmed, and more than 10.8 million recoveries have been reported.
Law enforcement issues 1,601 COVID-19 fines in last 24 hours
Law enforcement issued 1,601 fines in the last 24 hours amounting to 494,075 lei, for violations of the provisions 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 Monday.
The Police reported two instances of thwarting diseases control, a crime under Article 352 in the Criminal Code.
In the last 24 hours, 624 calls were reported to the 112 emergency line.
The Interior Ministry started on July 4 a toll-free line (0800.800.165) where violations of the health safety protection norms can be reported. Calls are taken over by a dispatcher in an integrated system and locally distributed for verification.
People are reminded to take into account only information verified by official sources and to call the 0800.800.358 novel coronavirus information line for recommendations and other information, Monday to Friday, between 08:00hrs and 20:00hrs.