Greece logs more than 26,000 cases of COVID-19


On Tuesday, 22 March, the National Public Health Organization (EODY) announced that Greece had confirmed 26,785 new cases of covid-19 and 34 deaths due to the virus in the last 24 hours.

On Monday, 21 March, a total of 23,529 cases were recorded in the country, and 58 people died from the infection.


Greece has confirmed a total of 2,838,891 coronavirus infections since the pandemic began. The country has recorded 170 infections within a week and relates to travel from abroad and 1,451 to other confirmed cases.

The total figures of people who died with the coronavirus are 27,029. Greece recorded 46 deaths due to COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. 95.2% of people who passed away in underlying condition were aged about 70 years or above.

As per a report, a total of 342 coronavirus patients are on ventilators in hospitals, while 337 people were undergoing treatment a day before.

In addition, the admission of 334 COVID-19 patients was made in the last 24 hours. The average admission of the patients with Covid-19 to hospitals over the previous seven days was 342.

The average age of those with new infections is 34 years; on the other hand, the median age of the deceased is 79.

After a recent spike in cases was reported worldwide, WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris said on Friday that the pandemic is “not over”.


Earlier, public health experts presumed that the pandemic might come to an end this year, but its end would only depend upon the supply of the vaccination rates worldwide.

Even though the number of cases worldwide was declining for a month, last week saw a surprising increase in transmissions internationally. “We are definitely in the middle of the pandemic,” Harris said.



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