Czech Republic Reports 6,657 Coronavirus Cases; No Daily Deaths

The Czech Republic has reported no deaths from the novel coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the Czech Ministry of Health informed on Sunday.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country is now up to 6,657, with 105 new cases on Saturday.

The number of fatalities has not changed since Saturday, namely 181. 1,235 people recovered, eight more than on Saturday. 84 patients are in critical condition.

The number of new daily COVID-19 cases has slowed down for the third time in a row, but fewer tests are conducted during the weekends.

The majority of people with COVID-19 are in Prague: 1,574 are registered in the capital, roughly a quarter of all cases in the country. Prague also has the highest proportion of people with COVID-19 per capita.

On the contrary, the best situation is registered in South Bohemia with 25 cases every 100 thousand inhabitants.

Almost 19 percent of all infected people in the Czech Republic are in the age group between 45 and 54 years. People aged 65-74 years account for 10 percent. People aged 75-84 years account for more than 6 percent, seniors over 85 are less than 4 percent.

The Health Ministry predicts that by the end of this month, there may be up to 11,000 people infected with the coronavirus.

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