He is hospitalized with a covid the most in the last almost a quarter of a year


Updates: 13.09.2021 08:35

Prague – In the Czech Republic, 138 confirmed cases of infection with a new type of coronavirus increased on Sunday, similar to a week ago. Compared to the previous Sunday, however, the number of hospitalizations increased significantly. There were 113 people in the hospitals with covid-19, the most since June 17. The incidence number is also growing. It follows from the data on the web Ministry of Health. Paramedics on Sunday gave less than 1,900 doses of covid vaccination.

In the last seven days in the Czech Republic, there have been 24 new cases of covid per 100,000 inhabitants. There were 16 of them a week ago.

Coronavirus infection is most prevalent in the Karlovy Vary region and in Prague. In the west of Bohemia, there have been about 48 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last seven days, and 42 in the capital. On the other hand, the most favorable situation is in the Liberec Region with incidence number 11.

The number of hospitalizations with covid is gradually increasing. There were 113 of them on Sunday, the most since June 17. A week earlier, 68 people had been hospitalized. The number of patients in severe condition is also growing. There were 17 of them on Sunday, ten more than a week earlier.

The reproduction number indicating the number of infected from one who tested positive on Sunday dropped from 1.4 to 1.2. It has been above the number one gap between the acceleration and deceleration of the spread of the infection since 26 August.

Since the epidemic began last March, more than 1.68 million people have been shown to be infected with the new type of coronavirus. About 98 percent of them have already been cured, while 30,414 have died. Since the beginning of September, seven deaths have been added to the statistics.

Numbers of confirmed cases of covid-19 in regions in the last seven days per 100,000 inhabitants:

Region Cases per 100,000 population in the last seven days
Karlovarský 48,4
Prague 41,8
Moravian-Silesian 26,7
Central Bohemian 25,9
Pardubický 24,5
South Bohemian 24,2
South Moravian 22,1
Zlínský 21,5
Highlands 20,8
Ústecký 17,9
Královéhradecký 15,3
Plzeňský 15,2
Olomoucký 11,7
Liberecký 11,1

Source: Ministry of Health


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