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sreda, 26 januarja, 2022

Over 3,800 new cases added to Slovenia’s Covid count

By: P.T., STA

A total of 3,829 people tested positive for coronavirus in Slovenia on Wednesday, an increase of 124% on the same day a week ago, as hospital data remained broadly stable and five Covid-19 patients died, government data shows.

The PCR test positivity rate stood at 38%. Mateja Logar, the government’s chief Covid-19 adviser, told Planet TV yesterday 230-250 ICU cases would be the threshold where the Covid-19 advisers would start talking about a potential lockdown. The number of ICU patients was 161 this morning.

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