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In the last 24 hours in Norway 2552 people tested positive for the corona virus, which is 246 more than the same day last week. This is the highest single day infection in Norway. The previous peak of infection in a day with 2126 corona infections was noted on Tuesday a week ago.
An average of 1760 corona infections were recorded per day in the last week. NTB reports that the same average was 1467 seven days ago.
The number of patients admitted to the hospital with the diagnosis of corona virus was 218 on Tuesday, seven less than the previous day. Norwegian Directorate of Health.
Admitted to Health Areas in Norway:
- Health Central Norway27
- Health North33
- Health Southeast131
- Health West27
Of these, 52 corona patients are in the intensive care unit
- Health Central Norway8
- Health North8
- Health Southeast34
- Health West2
33 corona patients receive respiratory treatment
- Health Central Norway6
- Health North3
- Health Southeast23
- Health West1
The average age of the victim
As of midnight on Wednesday, a total of 232,839 people in Norway had tested positive for the corona virus, according to the Infectious Diseases News Agency (MSIS).
The average age of those diagnosed with the disease so far is 31 years.
Preliminary figures show that 952 people have died of corona in Norway since March 2020. The highest death toll was in the age group of 80-89, and 54 percent of deaths were men, according to the National Institutes of Public Health. .
The FHI emphasizes that it is not always known whether a coronary patient dies or is infected with the corona virus.
High infectious pressure in Slovenia
Corona has killed more than 5 million people worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. To date, 253,870,057 corona cases have been reported worldwide during epidemics.
According to the NTB, Slovenia is experiencing the greatest epidemic worldwide, with over 100,000 reported cases of coronary heart disease.
Slovenia is characterized by a shortage of hospital seats and at a press conference on Tuesday, Health Minister Jane Boklugar said the epidemic situation in the country was very serious.
According to the website, the authorities have started a huge mobilization of health professionals to get all the admissions. bne Intellines.
The number of children admitted to hospitals by Corona in Slovenia is also increasing, and Poklukar encourages residents to adhere to the measures and get vaccinated.
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