COVID-19: Czech Death Toll at 139, Cases Near 6,000


The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country is now up to 5,952, with 89 new cases on Sunday. This is the lowest increase since March 17, when the virus was confirmed in 67 people.

During the weekends, however, increments are usually lower, as fewer tests are conducted.

On Sunday, 3,233 citizend were tested. So far, Czech laboratories have performed 128,359 tests.

The majority of people with COVID-19 are in Prague: 1435 are registered in the capital, roughly a quarter of all cases in the country.

Prague is followed by Central Bohemia with 721 cases and the Moravian-Silesia with 674 cases.

The least infected region is South Bohemia with 153 cases. Prague also has the highest proportion of people with COVID-19 per capita.

The Czech Republic has taken several measures to stem the spread of the virus, including a ban on gatherings with more than two people in open or closed public areas.

Pubs, clubs, restaurants, cafes, gyms, and places of worship remain closed across the country, while people coming to the country have to remain in quarantine for 14 days.


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