Greece records no coronavirus deaths for second consecutive day

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Greece’s health authorities announced on Monday that there were only ten new coronavirus cases and no deaths. This is the second consecutive day that no new fatalities have been recorded in the country.

Total infections in the country are now 2,736, with the death toll remaining at 151.

Of these infections, 607 (22.3 percent) can be traced to travelling abroad and 1,374 (50.4 percent) to known cases exclusively within Greece.

There are 32 patients incubated in hospital intensive care units, 12 of them are women. The average age of these patients is 67 years old and nearly all have an underlying illness.

Among the 151 dead, 93.4 percent had some underlying illness and were 70 years of age or more.

A total of 99,363 COVID-19 tests have been conducted in Greece since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak in late February.

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