COVID-19 death toll rises to 430 after 6 lives lost in Greece


Greece’s National Organization for Public Health (EODY) reported 436 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, which brings the nationwide total since the start of the health crisis to 21,381.

The official death toll has increased to 430 after six people tragically lost their lives with the virus in the past 24-hour period. The death toll is still only half of Australia’s total death count, which remains at 897 lives lost.

14.8 percent of infected cases are considered related to travel from abroad, and 40.8 percent are related to an already known case.

Map of infections in the last ten days, according to regional units – based on infected permanent or temporary residence.

91 Greek citizens are being treated by intubation, however up to 80 of those people are recorded as being over 70 years old or having an underlying disease, raising concerns for their recovery.

The total number of coronavirus tests conducted in the country reached 1,390,270, and the number of Rapid Ag tests rose to 20,079.




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