Seven of the dead were unvaccinated or incomplete.
Last day, 714 people were vaccinated with the first dose of the vaccine, for a total of 6,000 people. 875 people.
Hospitals are currently treating 967 patients with COVID-19, several dozen fewer than the previous day, 95 of whom are in resuscitation.
About 10.4 thousand work was done in the country last day. molecular (PCR) and over 5 thousand. antigen tests for suspected coronavirus.
The number of new cases of coronavirus in 14 days is 100 thousand. population has risen slightly to 737 cases. The rate of seven-day positive diagnostic tests fell slightly to 13.5 percent.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, almost 520,000 people in Lithuania have contracted this infectious disease. over 7.4 thousand people died from it. people.
Hospitals and deaths
96 people were hospitalized for COVID-19 last day, 20 fewer than the previous day.
50 patients receive artificial lung ventilation, and oxygen is added to 815 people.
Minister of Health Arūnas Dulkys has previously said that strict pandemic management measures would be applied if 240 resuscitation beds were occupied in the country’s medical institutions.
The government has also decided that passport requirements for those without access would be exempted if more than 300 patients with coronavirus were not treated in hospitals during a calendar week.
Nine people aged 80-89, two in the 60-69 and one in the 50-59 age group died of COVID-19 last day.
Five deaths occurred in the 60-69 and 80-89 age groups.
Of the 7.4 thousand. 648 people who have died of COVID-19 to date have been fully vaccinated. deaths.
To date, at least one dose of the vaccine has been given to about 1.92 million people. people. Fully vaccinated – 1.18 million. population, another about 651 thousand. fully vaccinated have also received a booster dose of the vaccine. About 5.7 thousand people were vaccinated with it last day. people.
The Department of Statistics does not include people who received a booster dose among those who were fully vaccinated, they are counted separately.
In Lithuania, 68.6% have received at least one vaccine dose. population.
Excluding the vaccination of the youngest groups of children in December, the lowest vaccination rates are among children aged 12–15 – almost 36 per cent.
71.2 percent of the country’s top population, over the age of 80, was vaccinated.
In total, about 6.15 million LTL have been received in Lithuania so far. 4.13 million doses of vaccine were used for vaccination. doses.
At present, 15.8 thousand people still suffer from coronavirus. people.
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