Covid Numbers Still Dropping, Lowest Figures Since End of October

Laboratories in the Czech Republic registered 6,850 new cases of Covid 19 on Monday, the lowest number on weekdays since October 29.

However, the number of tests conducted was also significantly lower, according to data released by the Ministry of Health.

About 47,000 PCR tests and over 19,000 antigenic tests were performed, almost two-fifths less than a week ago. Compared to the previous week, the number of hospitalizations also fell by a third to 3,505, with 687 in a critical condition.

The incidence number is now at 363 per 100,000 inhabitants.

The spread of covid-19 has been slowing for about a month. At the end of November, the daily number of new infections reached almost 28,000, the highest increase in the entire epidemic.

The number of new cases in the last seven days per 100,000 inhabitants, ie the so-called incidence number, has also been falling for about three weeks. As of Tuesday, it decreased from Monday’s 379 to 363.

The coronavirus death toll in the Czech Republic has reached 35,911.

Vaccination began last December 27 and approximately 15.3 million doses of vaccine have been administered since then. Over 6.6 million people were fully vaccinated.

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