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Steady climb in Covid case count continues

By: J.S., STA

A total of 471 people tested positive for coronavirus in Slovenia on Tuesday, about a third more than the same day a week ago.

There were no further deaths as hospitalisations remained stable. A total of 32 patients continue to be treated for Covid-19 as their main condition in hospitals, including five in intensive care. Compared to the same day a week ago, hospitalisations are up by seven. The 14-day incidence rate per 100,000 of the population rose to 189, up by seven from the day before and up by 22 week-on-week. The 7-day case average rose to 311, up by 16 and 57, respectively, fresh data shows.

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