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torek, 7 decembra, 2021

Slovenia & COVID-19: 1,767 new coronavirus infections confirmed, 46 people die

By: J.S.,STA

Slovenia recorded 1,767 new coronavirus infections in 7,391 tests on Wednesday, which is a drop of 459 cases compared to a spike seen on Tuesday, when 8,063 tests were conducted. 46 people died, three more than on Tuesday while the number of hospitalised patients rose by five to 1,302 and that of patients in intensive care by 13 to 215.

The share of positive tests stood at 23.9% on Wednesday, compared to 27.6% on Tuesday. This share has been relatively flat for roughly a month and so has the curve of daily new cases, albeit with occasional fluctuations.

Slovenia has so far conformed 71,073 coronavirus cases, 20,174 of which are active, according to tracker site covid-19.sledilnik.org. The rolling 14-day average per 100,000 residents is 963.

The total death toll so far is 1,245. After peaking at 59 on Tuesday, the number of deaths was slightly lower in the past two days.

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