Coronavirus: 835 new cases today in Greece – 22 dead and 343 intubated
EODY announced on Tuesday afternoon that the new cases of coronavirus in the country amount to 835. In the last 24 hours, 22 of our fellow citizens have lost their lives. At 343 the intubated.
The National Organization of Public Health (EODY) announced on Tuesday afternoon (15/06) that the laboratory confirmed new cases of coronavirus are 835, of which 1 was detected after checks at the country’s gates. The 397 were located in Attica.
The total number of cases amounts to 416,195 (daily change + 0.2%), of which 51.2% are men. Based on the confirmed cases of the last 7 days, 28 are considered to be related to travel from abroad and 1,102 are related to an already known case.
The cases today in Attica
In Attica today, 15/06/2021, 397 new cases were identified according to EODY. The distribution of cases in Attica today is as follows:
– Eastern Attica 60
– Northern Sector of Athens 58
– West Attica 21
– Western Sector of Athens 50
– Central Sector of Athens 112
– Islands 4
– Southern Sector of Athens 43
– Piraeus 49
In detail, the spread of new cases today in the rest of Greece
The distribution of new cases of coronavirus in Greece today (outside Attica), by regional unit, is as follows:
***No new cases reported for Zakynthos.
Under Investigation 68
The number of patients treated by intubation is 343 (64.9% men). Their median age is 67 years. 87.2% have an underlying disease and / or age 70 years and older. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 2,573 patients have been discharged from the ICU.
The admission of new Covid-19 patients to the hospitals of the territory is 75 (daily change + 13.64%). The average seven-day admission is 98 patients.
The new deaths of patients with COVID-19 are 22, while since the beginning of the epidemic a total of 12,465 deaths have been recorded. 95.2% had underlying disease and / or age 70 years and older.
Performing a test
In the last 24 hours 16,393 molecular tests and 34,187 rapid tests were performed. In total 46,251, the positivity is estimated at 1.65%.
What does the sewage show in regards to the epidemic?
During the week 7-13 June 2021, there were declining or stabilizing trends, compared to the week of May 31 to June 6, 2021, in the viral load of SARS-CoV-2 in the urban wastewater of 6 of the eleven areas controlled by the National Network Sewage Epidemiology of EODY.
Net downward changes were observed in Ioannina (-66%) and the Attica Region (-47%), while the reductions were marginal in Thessaloniki (-27%) and Xanthi (-19%). Marginal increases were observed in the viral load of urban wastewater in Volos (+ 14%) and Larissa (+ 20%). The measurements of the average concentration of the viral load of the urban wastewater in Heraklion and Chania showed an increase, while a decrease was recorded in Rethymno. However, these changes are not quantified due to large fluctuations and low viral load values. In Patras the viral load of urban wastewater was very low and below the limit of quantification of the method.
Below are more details about the results of the week 7-13 June 2021, by region:
Attica Region: In the last week, 7-13 / 6/21, in the Attica Region, the downward trend of the viral load continued, with a significant change (-47%) of the weekly average compared to the previous week, 31 / 5-6 / 6/21.
Thessaloniki: In the last week 7-13 / 6/21, in Thessaloniki there was a small reduction (-27%) in the viral load of urban wastewater, compared to the previous week, 31 / 5-6 / 6/21. In the last week the viral load in the city has generally moved at low levels with small fluctuations.
Larissa: In the last week, 7-13 / 6/21, the levels of viral load in Larissa remained consistently low, despite the marginal increase (+ 20%) observed.
Volos: In the last week, 7-13 / 6/21, the levels of viral load in Volos remained consistently low, without noticeable change (+ 14%).
Heraklion: During the period 24 / 5-6 / 6/21, in Heraklion, fluctuations in the values of the viral load of urban wastewater were observed. Despite the fluctuations observed, the absolute values of the viral load are still low compared to the maximum values recorded in March (25 times lower than the maximum values in March).
Chania: During the period 24/5 – 6/6/21, in Chania, fluctuations in the prices of the viral load of urban wastewater were observed. Despite the fluctuations observed, the absolute values of the viral load are still low compared to the maximum values recorded in March (10 times lower than the highest values in March).
Rethymno: In the week 7-13 / 6/21, in Rethymno, a decrease in the viral load of urban wastewater was recorded. This decrease balanced the relative increase observed in the week 31 / 5-6 / 6/21. Despite the fluctuations, the absolute values of the viral load remained low compared to the maximum values recorded in March (10 times lower than the maximum values in March).
Patras: In the last week, 7-13 / 6/21, the viral load in the urban wastewater of Patras remained very low and below the limit of quantification of the laboratory methods used.
Xanthi: In the last week, 7-13 / 6/2021, there was a marginal reduction (-19%) of viral load levels in the urban wastewater of Xanthi in relation to the week 31 / 5-6 / 6/2021. Viral load levels are consistently low.
Alexandroupolis: The results from the MEL Alexandroupolis during the week 7-13 / 6/21 are not evaluated quantitatively due to damage to the sampler.
Ioannina: In the last week, 7-13 / 6/2021, in Ioannina, the viral load of urban wastewater continued to decline (-66%) compared to the previous week, 31 / 5-6 / 6/2021. There were also measurements with undetectable viral load, ie with viral load below the quantification threshold of the method.
Vaccination across Greece:-
A total of 6,938,959 vaccinations have been carried out +103.176 on 14/06/2021.
4,274,475 vaccinations with at least 1 dose have been given +27.159 on 14/06/2021.
Whilst a total of 2,831,081 comprehensive vaccinations have been performed +81.489 on 14/06/2021.
A total of 27.504 vaccinations have been carried out(+426 on 14/06/2021).
17.879 vaccinations with at least one dose have been given (+96 on 14/06/2021).
Whilst a total of 12.798 comprehensive vaccinations have been performed (+360 on 14/06/2021)