There were 3065 cases of Covid-19 and 14 deaths / day on Friday

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the disease has been diagnosed more than 300,000 times in Latvia – a total of 301,654 people have been laboratory confirmed with Covid-19.

The two-week cumulative morbidity rate increased from 1,157.5 to 1,310.6 cases per 100,000 population in the previous day.

The 3,065 new cases of Covid-19 recorded on Friday are the third-highest single-day record to date. The figure was even higher on October 27 last year, when 3,206 people were registered per day, and on October 22, when 3,133 cases were recorded.

Of all Covid-19 patients registered on Friday, 1,370 were unvaccinated or had not completed the vaccination course, while 1,695 were vaccinated.

Of the deaths recorded last day, five were aged 60-69, one aged 70-79, seven aged 80-89 and one aged 90-99. Of these, 10 were unvaccinated or did not complete the vaccination course, and four were vaccinated.

To date, a total of 4,726 deaths of Covid-19 patients have been registered in Latvia.

Last day, a total of 21,269 Covid-19 examinations were performed in Latvia, but the proportion of positive cases against those tested was 14.4%.

The agency LETA estimates that the total number of people with Covid-19 in the last 14 days is 24,813, and the rest are considered to have had the disease.

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