Coronavirus cases in Romania in 2022. Real time situation. Total balance: 1,810,342 cases

Coronavirus cases in Romania in 2022. We have entered a new year, but the coronavirus pandemic is not over. While representatives of the WHO (World Health Organization) claim that the pandemic could end this year, if global vaccination rates continue to rise. To date, more than 8 billion doses of vaccine have been administered globally, the first, second and third doses of the vaccine. The WHO also said that inequality in vaccination rates in some parts of the world has allowed the coronavirus pandemic to last longer than it should. In Romania, at the beginning of the year 2022, there is talk of the fifth wave of the pandemic, that of the Omicron strain, and the forecasts of INSP (National Institute of Statistics) say that by the end of January it is very likely that our country will reach 25,000 cases of infection per day. announces the balance of coronavirus cases from 2022, published by the Strategic Communication Group, every day, after 13.00.

Coronavirus cases in Romania, January 1, 2022

The Strategic Communication Group announced that to date, January 1, 2022, 1,810,342 cases of infection with the new coronavirus have been registered in Romania (COVID – 19).

Of these cases, 11,370 were from reinfected patients, who tested positive for more than 180 days after the first infection. The Strategic Communication Group announced that to date, 1,739,999 patients have been declared cured.

Also, in the last 24 hours, there were 1,451 new cases of people infected with SARS – CoV – 2 (COVID – 19), of which 29 are of reinfected patients, who are tested positive at a longer period of 180 days after first infection.

WHO forecasts for coronavirus pandemic in 2022

While some WHO officials believe that the covid-19 pandemic could end this year if global vaccination rates continue to rise, another official said that once the acute phase of the current pandemic is over, the coronavirus will not he was disappearing for good.

“The acute phase of the COVID-19 pandemic could end next year, but the coronavirus will not be completely eradicated,” said Mike Ryan, executive director of the WHO’s World Health Organization’s Emergency Program.

Mike Ryan, an Irish epidemiologist, also said it was too early to draw conclusions about the severity of the Omicron variant, as long as it did not spread more widely among the elderly.

The symbolic threshold of one million infections per day with the new coronavirus was exceeded for the first time in the week of December 23-29, before the New Year festivities.

On average, 1,045,000 new daily cases of coronavirus were recorded during this period, an increase of 46% over the previous week, according to a balance sheet prepared by AFP based on the balances reported by each country. A previous record of 817,000 cases of covid-19 per day was recorded before the current wave, between April 23-29, 2021.

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