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GCS: 7.439 new cases of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 reported in Romania in the last 24 hours

A total of 7,439 new cases of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 have been reported in the last 24 hours, following 29,151 tests nationwide, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) said on Tuesday.

These are cases that have not previously had a positive test, says GCS.

To date, 524,675 cases of people infected with the new coronavirus have been confirmed in Romania.

A total of 416,797 people were declared cured.

According to GCS, to date, 4,293,672 tests have been processed at national level. Of these, 29,151 were performed in the last 24 hours – 19,176 based on the case definition and medical protocol, and 9,975 upon request.

Also, since the previous report, the results of 249 tests processed before the last 24 hours and transmitted until December 8 have been reported.

 

Most new cases are recorded in Bucharest – 1,946, followed by Cluj, Iasi counties

 

The areas with the most newly confirmed cases of coronavirus, compared to the last report, are Bucharest – 1,946, Cluj – 464, Iasi – 353, Constanta – 281, Timisoara – 244, Ilfov – 223, Brasov – 208 counties, according to the data released on Tuesday by the Strategic Communication Group (GCS).

The fewest new cases were recorded in the counties of Salaj – 18, Gorj – 26, Harghita – 29, Olt – 31, Mehedinti – 34, Covasna – 35.

 

Bucharest – 77,796 cases of SARS-CoV-2 infections since beginning of pandemic; followed by Cluj, Iasi

 

 

Most cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection have been registered so far in Bucharest – 77,796 and in the Cluj – 24,286, Brasov – 20,898, Timis – 20,857, Iasi – 22,283, Prahova – 20,716 and Constanta – 20,253 counties, according to the data released by the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) on Tuesday.

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