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In the Czech Republic, the number of most infected people has increased in the past six months

In the Czech Republic, the number of most infected people has increased in the past six months

There are more than a thousand patients infected with the virus in hospitals.

Oct 26, 2021 at 9:44 AM TASR

Prague. And 4,262 new cases of the disease were recorded on Monday in the Czech Republic My corona virusWhich is a significant increase (by 1733) compared to last week’s data. However, this is a similarly high number as recorded in the Czech Republic on Friday, when the borders of more than 4,000 infected people were also crossed in the country.

It was reported by news portal ČT24 on Tuesday.

For the first time since May, more than 1,000 patients with coronavirus have been admitted to hospitals. 1,055 people were hospitalized, of whom 156 were in severe condition (14 more than the day before). In the past day, another 135 people had to be hospitalized due to infection.

Last year, there were more than 1,000 patients infected with the virus in Czech hospitals at the end of September – and when the autumn wave of the epidemic reached its peak, more than 8,000 patients infected with the virus were under the care of doctors in hospitals.

At the beginning of March this year, more than 9,000 people were hospitalized, ČT24 reports. But at the time, hospitals restricted treatment for other patients and placed those infected with the virus in other wards.

The so-called number of infections (the number of new infections in seven days per 100,000 residents) rose to 217, an increase of 16 in a week.

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From Monday, stricter measures began to be implemented in the Czech Republic. After the new, it is necessary to wear respirators in all indoor areas, including workplaces, if it is not possible to maintain distances of at least 1.5 meters.

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