A record number of verified Corona was recorded this week in Greece

On Monday (November 7), 7,335 new infections and 65 deaths were recorded, the highest number ever in Greece since the plague began. Where are the areas with the highest morbidity rates?

Greece records a record number of verified Corona. Photo by Uzi Bachar

Greece, which recorded an impressive recovery with over 8.6 million tourists in the first seven months of the year and a 79% jump compared to the same period last year, recorded a record number of 7335 verified Corona on Monday (November 7) and 65 died. The highest number ever recorded in the country since the onset of the plague.

In the last day, a total of 114,388 corona tests were performed, including PCR tests and rapid tests, which brought the rate of charges for the Covid-19 virus in Greece to 6.41%. The average age of those who came out positive for the virus in Greece is 39, and the average age of those who died from the virus is 78. A total of 17 of Monday’s cases were identified during routine Covid-19 tests of tourists within the country’s borders.

Currently, there are 447 patients connected to respirators in Greece, 81.3% of them over the age of 70 or suffering from background diseases. Their average age is 65. About 84.28%, are not vaccinated or are partially vaccinated against the corona virus. The death toll from the onset of the epidemic has reached 16,361.

Of the 7,335 new corona cases recorded in Greece on Monday, 1,455 were detected in Attica province, within whose capital the capital is located. Athens. In the city of Athens itself, a total of 425 cases of Covid-19 were identified on Monday. In Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece, 1,298 cases of the virus were identified. Since the onset of the epidemic, a total of 792,239 cases of Covid-19 have been registered in the country, including those recovering from the virus.

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