Coronavirus: The number of new infections at low levels before the second wave

Coronavirus: The number of new infections at low levels before the second wave

The 7-day moving average for new infections decreased to 539, a figure lower than in mid-September last year. The local epidemiologist found only 258 new cases, which is also a minimum for several months, however, this number definitely shows the “long weekend effect” when fewer epidemiologists are testing and fewer may go to the test.

9544 samples were taken during the past 24 hours, and the percentage of positive tests decreased further:

Only 3.4 percent of the tests have been positive, which is good news as it confirms that the third wave of the epidemic is already declining.

Last day, 41 people died of coronavirus disease at home, and the 7-day moving average for the number of deaths was 50.

The number of hospital admissions reached 1,420, a slight increase (21) from the data of the previous day, and 169 of them required ventilation.

The number of people who received at least the first vaccination was 5,023,145, of whom 3,012,483 had already received the second vaccination.

Looking at regional data for the past week, infection data was higher in the provinces of Fez and Jasz-Nagykon-Zolnok.

On the cover photo, a woman was vaccinated with the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine from the US biotechnology company Moderna on May 20, 2021 at the medical office of Mariana Szalay, a family physician in Varbalota. Photo: MTI / Tamás Vasvári.

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