25 People Have Recovered From COVID-19 in the Czech Republic

The number of people who recovered from COVID-19 has risen to 25 in the Czech Republic, while the number of deaths grew to 23.

This was announced today at a press conference after the government meeting by the Health Minister Adam Vojtech (ANO). According to Vojtěch, all the dead people were suffering from other diseases.

The increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the Czech Republic is still slowing down; today, at 18:30, there have been 125 cases bringing the total to 2942.

On Sunday, the daily increase was 160 cases, on Saturday 262 and on Friday even 373. If the number of new cases won’t increase significantly, today’s daily increase could be the lowest since last Monday.

However, the number of tests for COVID-19 has been decreasing in recent days, as well. While on Friday 5247 tests have been made, on Saturday the number of tests decreased to 4300 and on Sunday to 2800.

On Saturday, the Ministry of Health reported two deaths from COVID-19, on Sunday five.

The highest number of confirmed cases is in Prague: 791. Prague also has the highest number of cases per capita, with almost 60 people with COVID-19 per 100,000 inhabitants.

The second-largest share of infected people is in the Olomouc Region, where there are currently over 43 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, while the third-largest is Karlovy Vary Region with 34 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

Support Prague Morning.

We are proud to provide our readers from around the world with independent, and unbiased news for free.
Our dedicated team supports the local community, foreign residents and visitors through our website, social media and newsletter.

We appreciate that not everyone can afford to pay for our services but if you are able to, we ask you to support Prague Morning by making a contribution – no matter how small! .

Leave a Reply
Related Posts
Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap