The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday about 122 new, confirmed cases of coronavirus infection. The ministry said that no one died of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 2,884,098 infections have been confirmed in Poland, 75,285 people have died due to COVID-19.
Most of the 122 new cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in in the Lesser Poland Voivodeshipwhere noted 21 infection.
The remaining infections come from the following voivodeships: Mazowieckie (14), Śląskie (13), Lubelskie (10), Podkarpackie (8), Warmińsko-Mazurskie (8), Zachodniopomorskie (7), Pomorskie (5), Wielkopolskie (5), Pomorskie (4), Łódzkie (4), Podlaskie (4), Lubuskie (2), Świętokrzyskie (2), Dolnośląskie (1), Opole (1).
13 infections are data without specifying an address, which are to be completed by the sanitary inspection.
According to the Ministry of Health, no one died last day due to COVID-19.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, 2,884,098 infections have been confirmed in Poland, resulting in the death of 75,285 people.
During the day, over 36.7 thousand. coronavirus tests.
Data from hospitals. How many respirators are occupied? How many people recovered?
The epidemic data report published on Sunday shows that:
– 6058 beds are intended for patients with COVID-19 (+1 compared to the previous day), – of this 310 beds are occupied by patients with COVID-19 (+3), – 585 ventilators are intended for patients with COVID-19 (unchanged from the previous day) – from this 48 respirators are currently in use (+4), – 71 091 people are quarantined (-1303 compared to the previous day). – 2 654 483 people recovered (+124).
Wojciech Andrusiewicz on the fourth wave of the pandemic
The spokesman of the Ministry of Health, Wojciech Andrusiewicz, said on Friday in an interview with TVN24 that “the fourth wave (of the COVID-19 epidemic – ed.) Is slowly starting to accelerate”. – We are seeing a 20% increase (in infections – ed.), But there was also a day this week when the increase was 50%. It is also a testimony that the epidemic can accelerate us – he said.
According to Andrusiewicz, the epidemic in Poland “may accelerate if we do not get vaccinated”. He explained that the transmission of the coronavirus “among unvaccinated people is very fast.”
– We predict, in line with all forecasts, that the fourth wave may peak in September, at the turn of September and October. Certainly, the coming weeks will not be slowing down the pandemic, but rather more increases – he said.
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