Chronicles of coronavirus: 39 deaths and 1,905 new cases

On May 27, the Greek Ministry of Health (EODY) announced a small reduction in mortality and intubation rates, while announcing a slight increase in the number of cases compared to the previous day.

In particular, 39 deaths from complications of Covid-19 (44 yesterday) and 1905 new cases (1517 yesterday) were announced today, of which 3 were identified after checks at the entrance to the country. At the same time, according to the EODY statement, 540 patients (yesterday – 547) are under intubation in the intensive care units of the country.

Admission of new patients with Covid-19 to hospitals amounted to 206 people (daily change -17.6%), while on average over the past 7 days, the number of hospitalizations was 231 patients / day.

The chart shows the rise in the number of new infections in Greece. Data as of 27/05/2021

The total number of cases is 396 970 (daily change + 0.5%), of which 51.2% are men. Based on confirmed cases in the last 7 days, 24 are considered to be related to travel from abroad, and 2013 cases are related to already known.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 11,955 deaths have been reported. Of these, 95.1% had an underlying disease and / or were 70 years of age or older. The average age of those intubated is 67 years. 85.2% have an underlying disease and / or are 70 years of age or older. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 2,401 patients have been discharged from intensive care units.

The average age of the diseased is 44 years (from 0.2 to 106 years), and the average age of the deceased is 78 years (from 0.2 to 106 years).

Situation in the world:

As of 19:00 on May 27, 169 250 525 (+560 897) infected people were registered in the world, 3 515 412 (+12 348) people died, 150 923 568 (+703 485) recovered.

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