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New coronavirus cases up 53% week-on-week, hospitalisations down

By: P.T., STA

A total of 1,661 new cases of coronavirus infection were reported in Slovenia for Friday, an increase of 53% on the week before, show the data by the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ).

The positivity rate of PCR tests was 39%, up by 13 percentage points week-on-week. Hospitalisations were meanwhile down, and there were six Covid-19 deaths. The 14-day case notification rate per 100,000 people was up by 17 to 844 and the rolling seven-day average of new daily cases increased by 81 to 1,458. The estimated number of active cases has been increasing as well, rising by 374 to 17,884 today, NIJZ said.

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