The proportion of positive PCR tests was 18.2%, the seven-day average of new infections falling below 800.
According to data from the covid-19 tracker, obtained from the NIJZ, 478 new coronavirus infections were confirmed in Slovenia on Saturday with 2,620 PCR tests.
18.2 percent of the tests were positive, the lowest share this week. Previously, more than 20 percent of PCR tests performed were positive every day.
Hospitals are treating 631 covid patients, of whom 154 are in intensive care, and six covid patients have died, the government said via Twitter.
Coronavirus trend to 🇸🇮 April 17, 2021 (00: 00-24: 00):
– No. tests: 2620
– No. positive: 478 (18.2%)
– No. hospitalized: 631
– No. people in intensive care: 154
– Not daily. hospital discharge: 41
– No. dead: 6
– 7-day average: 792 pic.twitter.com/8QWeymFU4y
– Government of the Republic of Slovenia (@vladaRS) April 18, 2021
The average number of seven days of confirmed infections fell to 792 as of Friday, when it was 801. According to the country’s specific release plan, it is in the orange phase of the measures and, for the transition to the yellow phase, the seven The day, the average of traps is less than 600. The orange phase of the measures also includes the number of hospitalized who have to go down from 500 to move to the yellow phase adopted by the government.
The highest incidence of infections is still found in the Primorsko-Notranjska and Savinjska regions.
According to government data released today, the highest incidence of infections in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants is still recorded in the Primorsko-Notranjska (789.2) and Savinjska (713.4) regions, and the lowest in Obalno-kraška (347.4) and Regions of Gorizia. (479.6) and the Pomurje region (493). Nationally, the incidence of 14 days of infections per 100,000 inhabitants is 565.2, which is lower than the previous day, when it was 576.3.
According to the National Institute of Public Health, there are 11,911 active cases of infections in Slovenia.
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