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Slovenia: 1,393 new coronavirus infections recorded on Monday

By: P.T., STA

The number of new coronavirus cases continues to rise in Slovenia, with 1,393 infections being detected on Monday, which is up 59% from a week ago and the highest daily figure since 7 April.

The number of Covid-19 patients in hospitals was up by 21 to 333 and the number of patients in intensive care by three to 77. There are now more than 10,640 active cases in the country, according to the National Institute of Public Health.

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