Wednesday , January 27 2021

More than 2,000 new infections were confirmed on Tuesday, and another 43 people died #live



On Tuesday, in Slovenia, after 8,063 tests were performed, a new coronavirus infection was confirmed in 2,226 people. This means that a positive 27.61 percent were tested. Yesterday, 43 patients with Covid-19 disease died, and a total of 1,199 people have died since the beginning of the epidemic.

1,297 people are being treated in hospitals, of which 202 are in intensive care. 113 patients were discharged from hospitals yesterday. Of the 43 patients who died yesterday, 31 died in hospitals and another 12 in nursing homes.




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Government Speaker Jelko Kacin He told a news conference that a record number of tests had been carried out yesterday. The following municipalities stand out: Celje, 66, Dravograd, 37, Ravne na Korochem, 24, Slovenj Gradec, 35, Slovenska Bistrica, as many as 44, Slovenske Konjice, 33, Velenje, 55, Vojnik, 24, Zalec, 28. Se “It seems that the Savinjska region stands out today,” he said.

There were as many as 75 new infections in Novo Mesta, Krрko 40, Breжиice 26, Trebnje 24, Litija 23, Zagorje Ob Savi 19, Sevnica 17, Shrnomeel 16, Koвevje 13. There were 33 new infections in Lendava, 20 in Murska Sobota, 25 in Ormo 25 (all are DSO), in Jutomer 15, in Gorishnica 19, in Beltinci 9. In Notranjska stand out Postojna (24), Cerknica (15) and Idrija (18). Yesterday there were 169 new infections in Ljubljana, 34 in Domzale, 22 in Kamnik, 14 in Medvode and 12 in Grosupjee. There were 115 infections in Maribor, 29 in Ptuj, 45 in Kranj, 32 in Jesenice, 22 in Radovjica, 20 in Lokofja Loki and 14 in Trcic.




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Photo: Government of RS




wavy numbers


Photo: Government of RS




wavy numbers


Photo: Government of RS




wavy numbers


Photo: Government of RS

As many as 59 people died on Monday

On Monday, 59 patients with covid-19 disease died in Slovenia, the most in a day since the epidemic began. As of yesterday, a total of 1,156 people had died in Slovenia due to covid-19.

On Monday, we confirmed infection in 1,302 people in Slovenia, which means that 23.27 percent of respondents were positive. Most new infections were confirmed in Slovenia at the end of October – 2,611.




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