Most new cases of Covid-19 registered in Cluj and Bucharest / 27 deaths were reported

In the last 24 hours, 1,451 new cases of people infected with SARS – CoV – 2 (COVID – 19) were registered, of which 29 are of re-infected patients, tested positive for more than 180 days after the first infection. Between 31.12.2021 (10:00) – 01.01.2022 (10:00) were reported by the INSP 27 deaths (11 men and 16 women), of which one prior to the reference interval, of some patients infected with the new coronavirus, hospitalized in Alba, Argeș, Arad, Bistrița-Năsăud, Buzau, Constanța, Gorj, Harghita, Ialomița, Maramureș, Mureș, Neamț, Satu Mare and Bucharest.

To date, on January 1, 1,810,342 cases of infection with the new coronavirus (COVID-19) have been registered in Romania, of which 11,370 are from re-infected patients, tested positive for more than 180 days after the first one. infection. 1,739,999 patients were declared cured.

The distribution by counties of the total and new cases can be found in the table below:

Nr. crt.

County

Number of confirmed cases (total)

Number of newly confirmed cases

Incidence registered at 14 days

1.

Alba

34.274

21

0,46

2.

Arad

42.906

51

1,10

3.

Arges

46.713

21

0,38

4.

Bacau

41.551

46

0,30

5.

Bihor

51.127

67

0,78

6.

Bistrita-Nasaud

19.590

26

0,27

7.

Botosani

22.927

31

0,23

8.

Brașov

67.648

54

0,57

9.

Braila

23.147

12

0,37

10.

Buzau

24.542

18

0,33

11.

Caras-Severin

19.355

11

0,56

12.

Calarasi

17.823

11

0,15

13.

Cluj

89.793

129

0,85

14.

Constant

69.602

27

0,44

15.

Covasna

13.328

2

0,42

16.

Dambovita

36.698

21

0,37

17.

Dolj

45.503

5

0,31

18.

Galati

44.417

29

0,28

19.

Giurgiu

20.007

3

0,28

20.

Gorj

15.320

7

0,15

21.

Harghita

14.256

17

0,34

22.

Hunedoara

36.378

45

0,69

23.

IALOMIŢA

19.578

10

0,26

24.

IASI

72.179

54

0,27

25.

Ilfov

77.343

54

0,64

26.

Maramures

31.635

12

0,48

27.

MEHEDINŢI

15.836

3

0,18

28.

Mures

40.368

33

0,41

29.

German

31.577

25

0,38

30.

Olt

26.329

2

0,21

31.

Prahova

63.911

51

0,37

32.

One Mar

21.030

26

0,40

33.

Salaj

17.931

25

0,33

34.

Sibiu

43.557

5

0,54

35.

Suceava

38.545

92

0,30

36.

Teleorman

25.103

4

0,25

37.

Timis

88.260

46

0,74

38.

Tulcea

13.948

10

0,26

39.

row

26.936

7

0,17

40.

dale

26.859

3

0,39

41.

Vrancea

17.971

3

0,20

42.

Bucharest

309.964

112

0,72

43.

From abroad**

2.356

26

44.

New cases not allocated by counties

2.221*

194

TOTAL

1.810.342

1.451

The coefficient of infections accumulated over 14 days, reported per 1,000 inhabitants is calculated by the Public Health Directorates, at the level of Bucharest Municipality and counties. Below is the chart based on the reports received by CNCCI from the Public Health Directorates:

Aside from the newly confirmed cases, after retesting patients who were already positive, 194 people were reconfirmed positively.

The distribution by county of these cases can be found in the table below.

Nr. Crt.

COUNTY

Positive tests on retest

1

ALBA

4

2

ARAD

9

3

Arges

3

4

BACĂU

3

5

BIHOR

7

6

BISTRIŢA

5

7

BOTOŞANI

4

8

Braila

0

9

BRAŞOV

9

10

Buzau

3

11

Calarasi

0

12

Caras-Severin

1

13

CLUJ

12

14

CONSTANT

11

15

COVASNA

0

16

Dambovita

2

17

DOLJ

0

18

Galati

1

19

GIURGIU

0

20

GORJ

0

21

HARGHITA

1

22

HUNEDOARA

2

23

Ialomita

1

24

IASI

4

25

ILFOV

13

26

Maramures

2

27

Mehedinti

0

28

BUCHAREST MUNICIPALITY

36

29

Mures

5

30

GERMAN

4

31

OLT

4

32

PRAHOVA

4

33

Salaj

1

34

ONE MARE

2

35

SIBIU

4

36

SUCEAVA

23

37

TELEORMAN

3

38

Timis

4

39

TULCEA

0

40

dale

2

41

row

3

42

VRANCEA

2

Total

194

To date, 58,779 people diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2 infection have died.

Of the 27 deaths reported between 31.12.2021 (10:00) – 01.01.2022 (10:00), one was registered in the age category 40-49 years, 3 in the age category 50-59 years, 4 in the age category 60-69 years, 9 in the age category 70-79 years and 10 in the age category over 80 years.

26 of the registered deaths are of some patients who presented comorbidities, and for 1 patient no comorbidities have been reported so far.

A death was reported prior to the reference interval, registered in December 2021, in Bucharest.

Of the 27 patients who died, 21 were unvaccinated and 6 were vaccinated. The 6 vaccinated patients who died were between the ages of 50-59 and over 80 years old. All vaccinated patients who died had comorbidities.

In the specialized health units, the total number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 is 2,247. Of these, 395 are hospitalized at ATI. Of the 395 patients admitted to ATI, 32 have a certificate attesting to vaccination.

Out of the total number of hospitalized patients, 47 are minors, 40 being hospitalized in wards and 7 in ATI.

To date, 11,062,683 RT-PCR tests and 6,050,189 rapid antigen tests have been processed nationwide. In the last 24 hours, 10,632 RT-PCR tests were performed (3,673 based on case definition and medical protocol and 6,959 on request) and 15,265 rapid antigen tests.

In Romania, 9,041 people confirmed with the new coronavirus infection are in isolation at home, and 2,486 people are in institutional isolation. Also, 79,847 people are in quarantine at home, and 63 people are in institutionalized quarantine.

Regarding the situation of Romanian citizens in other states, 23,831 Romanian citizens were confirmed as infected with SARS – CoV – 2 (coronavirus): 2,557 in Italy, 16,951 in Spain, 206 in Great Britain, 132 in France, 3,125 in Germany, 97 in Greece, 49 in Denmark, 37 in Hungary, 28 in the Netherlands, 2 in Namibia, 11 in the US, 9 in Sweden, 146 in Austria, 22 in Belgium, 6 in Japan, 2 in Indonesia, 75 in Switzerland, 5 in Turkey, 2 in Iceland, 2 in Belarus, 8 in Bulgaria, 39 in Cyprus, 4 in India, 5 in Ukraine, 9 in United Arab Emirates, 17 in Moldova, 3 in Montenegro, 218 in Ireland, 5 in Singapore, 5 in Tunisia, 14 in Korea, 2 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2 in Serbia, 8 in Croatia, 6 in Portugal, 6 in Poland and one each in Argentina, Luxembourg, Malta, Brazil, Kazakhstan, the Republic of Congo, Qatar, the Vatican, Egypt, Pakistan, Iran, Slovenia, the Russian Federation, Finland, Kuwait and Nigeria. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic and until now, 201 Romanian citizens abroad, 40 in Italy, 19 in France, 43 in Great Britain, 60 in Spain, 14 in Germany, 2 in Belgium, 3 in Sweden, 5 in Ireland, 2 in Switzerland, 3 in Austria, one in the USA, one in Brazil, one in the Republic of Congo, one in Greece, one in Iran, one in Poland, one in Bulgaria, one in Nigeria, one in Turkey and one in Croatia have died.

Of the Romanian citizens confirmed to be infected with the new coronavirus, 798 were declared cured: 677 in Germany, 90 in Greece, 18 in France, 6 in Japan, 2 in Indonesia, 2 in Namibia, one in Luxembourg, one in Tunisia and one in Argentine.

Below we present the situation regarding the infection with the SARS – CoV – 2 virus at European and global level:

Between December 16, 2021 and December 23, 2021, they were reported 52.258.564 cases in the EU / EEA. Most cases have been reported in France, Italy, Spain and Germany.

As of 15 December 2020, the CEPCB has stopped publishing data on the number of confirmed cases and the number of deceased citizens, both in the EU / EEA, the United Kingdom, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Andorra and globally. These reports are updated weekly.

THE COUNTRY

CASES

CONFIRMED

DECEASED

UK

10.819.515

146.439 –

France

8.713.756 (+313.910)

121.946 (+963)

Spain

5.585.054 (+191.786)

88.887 (+268)

Italy

5.436.143 (+154.067)

135.931 (+753)

Germany

6.878.709 (+208.302)

109.324 (+2122)

Source: European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CEPCB) (https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en)

OVERALL SITUATION ON DECEMBER 23, 2021

CONFIRMED CASES

DECEASED

270.327.277 ( – )

5.316.017 ( – )

* Data on the number of people cured, reported on a daily basis by state and globally, have ceased to be processed and communicated by the data aggregation center of this type, namely Johns Hopkins CSSE.

** Data in parentheses represent the number of new cases, between December 16, 2021 – December 23, 2021.

*** The CEPCB states that updates at national level are published on different time coordinates and subsequently processed, which may lead to discrepancies between the daily data published by the states and those published by the CEPCB.

Strategic Communication Group

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