The number of daily Kovid-19 cases in the Netherlands has risen to over 10 thousand again


The Dutch Ministry of Health announced that the number of daily new types of coronavirus (Kovid-19) cases has risen to over 10 thousand again.

The Dutch Ministry of Health announced that the number of daily new types of coronavirus (Kovid-19) cases has risen to over 10 thousand again. In the statement made by the State Institute for Health and Environment (RIVM), affiliated to the Ministry, it was stated that 10 thousand 345 people were diagnosed with Kovid-19 in the last 24 hours.

In the statement, which was reported to be the highest figure seen since 25 December 2020, it was noted that the number of cases was 3 thousand 390 more than yesterday and increased 7.5 times compared to the previous week. RIVM Director, virologist Jaap van Dissel, spoke about the increase in the number of cases. In his statement to the media, he stated that the increase is mostly in the young. Dissel expressed that although the increase has not yet been reflected in the density in hospitals, it cannot be guaranteed that this will not happen in the future. It was reported in the news that the mutated and more contagious Delta variant of Kovid-19 in the Netherlands is the dominant strain in new cases. .


Source: Anasayfa Manşet by www.acunn.com.

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