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As of Monday morning, a total of 161 individuals are being treated in hospital due to symptomatic COVID-19

As of Monday morning, a total of 161 individuals are being treated in hospital due to symptomatic COVID-19

Monday morning’s COVID-19 report is able to state that a total of 161 individuals are being treated in hospital due to symptomatic COVID-19, and the incidence of COVID-19 cases among those over sixty years of age remains stable.

Hanna Sepp, head of the Health Board’s Department of Infectious Diseases said that last week, it was mainly people who belonged to a risk group who were analysed on the basis of a referral from a family doctor, with 1,490 of the total number of 14,136 tests turning out to be positive. ‘Amongst the over-sixties age group the incidence of COVID-19 cases remains at a stable level; the highest increase was seen in the over-eighties age group (at 41% of the total),’ Sepp explained, adding that the infection ‘R’ rate remains at about 0.82. According to the hospitalisation risk matrix, the risk of coronavirus transmission is at the medium level.

The indicator for those who were hospitalised within the last seven days has not significantly changed during the week. As of Monday morning, a total of 161 people were being treated in hospital, 56 of whom required hospitalisation due to symptomatic COVID-19. During the week, eight deaths have been added of individuals who were infected by COVID-19. Six of those individuals had not been vaccinated.

A total of 1,865 vaccine doses have been administered over the past week, with 382 individuals receiving their first injections. A grand total of 453,385 people received their additional or booster doses. Of the total population in Estonia, 63.6% have received two vaccine doses.

Concentrations of SARS-CoV-2 virus in wastewater predominantly remain at the moderate level, known as the yellow level. The highest level could be found in Kärdla, where the results bordered on the red level. Virus levels in wastewater continue to be high in Jõhvi-Ahtme, Pärnu, and the Viimsi-Muuga region. Lihula and Türi were at green level.

Since May the Health Board has stopped publishing the daily COVID-19 statistics. The coronavirus page on the Health Board’s website is updated once a week, on Tuesdays, and at the same time information on the opening page is updated.

The weekly epidemiological COVID-19 overview can be found here (PDF).

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