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COVID-19 blog, 10 July: two new positive test results have been added in the last 24 hours 

The last 24 hours have seen a total of 445 initial tests being analysed in Estonia in relation to the SARS-CoV-2 virus which causes COVID-19, with two new positive test results being added. 

Based on the data in the population register, the two positive test results came from Harju County (specifically from Tallinn). The Health Board is currently monitoring two family-based outbreaks. One of those involves four individuals in Tallinn and the other, having been termed the Narva-Jõesuu outbreak, involves six individuals (with one of them added today). In both cases the virus was brought to Estonia from Russia. In one of the cases added today, the origin of the infection is currently unknown. 

As of the morning of 10 July, five people in Estonia are being treated in hospital due to coronavirus, with one patient on a ventilator. There have been no new deaths in the past 24 hours. Coronavirus has claimed the lives of a total of 69 people in Estonia. 

As of today, hospitals have concluded a total of 391 cases relating to COVID-19 which have involved 378 people. 

A total of 1,894 people have or are recovering from COVID-19 by today. The cases of 1,430 people have been concluded (75.5% of the total) and, in the case of 464 people (24.5%), more than 28 days have passed since they tested positive and the individuals concerned are not being treated in hospital, meaning that they are awaiting confirmation of their recovery. 

More than 111,000 initial tests have been analysed in Estonia, of which 2,013 or 1.8% of the total have been positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Detailed statistical data of the coronavirus tests is available at www.koroonakaart.ee/en.

The Health Board would like to remind people that they should continue to wash their hands carefully, staying at home when they feel unwell, and leaving enough space for their fellow citizens in order to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-1 virus which causes COVID-19. Coronavirus primarily spreads from an infected person to healthy people via close contact. Close contact is classed as a situation in which two people are within two metres of each other for at least fifteen minutes. 

COVID-19 is a droplet infection which is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus spreading from one person to another as a result of sneezing and coughing or via contaminated surfaces and unwashed hands.

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