Greece’s Covid death toll passes 30,000

On Saturday, the number of Covid deaths in Greece passed the 30,000 mark, with a total of 3,500,489 sick or infected. According to the report for June 12, 8 people died.

Health authorities on June 12 announced 3,682 confirmed cases of coronavirus in 24 hours, while the number of intubated Covid patients in intensive care units stands at 109, up from 110 days earlier.

According to the National Public Health Organization (EODY), a total of 3,496,807 infections have been reported since the start of the pandemic (daily change: +0.1%).

The number of patients treated by intubation is 110 people (61.8% of men). Their average age is 69 years. 92.7% have an underlying disease and/or are 70 years of age or older.

Among intubated patients, 52 (47.27%) are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated and 58 (52.73%) are fully vaccinated. Since the start of the pandemic, 4,701 patients have been discharged from intensive care units.

Admission of new patients with COVID-19 to hospitals is 110 (daily increase + 13.4%). The average seven-day hospitalization was 97 patients, the average age of those who fell ill was 37 years (range 0.2 to 112 years), and the average age of deaths was 80 years (range 0.2 to 106 years).

Samples tested: From January 1, 2020 to date, laboratories that test for the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and that systematically record the total number of samples tested have tested a total of 11,440,607 clinical samples. EODY medical divisions performing rapid Ag tests tested 72,136,155 samples. The seven-day average is 80,142 spot checks.

Mass EODY sampling: EODY Mobile Medical Teams (KOMY) conducted 32 samplings on June 11, 2022, during which 2125 rapid Ag tests were performed and 199 positive results (9.36%) were found.

Read more in the report on the website EODY

The situation in the world

As of June 13, 540,663,117 people were infected with coronovirus of all strains in the world. Deaths 6 331 768, recovered 515 983 641.

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