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Coronavirus in Poland. New cases of infection and death – November 14

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The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday 14,442 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection. The ministry also said that 46 people with COVID-19 have died. 3,204,515 infections have been confirmed in Poland since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 78,867 people have died due to the coronavirus.

According to the Ministry of Health’s announcement, the highest number of new infections was confirmed in Mazowieckie voivodship – 3507.

The remaining cases concern the following voivodeships: Śląskie (1290), Lubelskie (1225), Małopolskie (1172), Wielkopolskie (1036), Dolnośląskie (803), Łódzkie (743), Podkarpackie (724), Zachodniopomorskie (694), Pomorskie (643), Podlasie (631), Kuyavian-Pomeranian (492), Warmian-Masurian (433), Opole (345), Lubuskie (261), Świętokrzyskie (256).

187 infections are data without specifying the address, which are to be completed by the Department of Health and Safety.

The ministry said on Sunday that 46 people died with COVID-19, 33 of whom had comorbidities.

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3,204,515 infections have been confirmed in Poland since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 78,867 people have died due to the coronavirus.

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Data from hospitals

Sunday’s epidemic data report shows that:

19 061 beds are intended for patients with COVID-19 (+294 compared to the previous day), – of this 13 573 beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients (+452), – 1721 ventilators are intended for patients with COVID-19 (+26), – of which 1159 respirators are currently in use (+49), – 441 766 people are in quarantine (-29207), – 2 802 616 people recovered (+14 613).

More than 500 health care workers have died from COVID-19

On Saturday, the Ministry of Health released data on deaths in Poland due to COVID-19. Among the dead are 234 doctors and 193 nurses. 52 dentists, 23 midwives, 19 pharmacists, 6 physiotherapists, 6 paramedics and 5 laboratory diagnosticians – a total of 538 healthcare workers – also died.

Main photo source: Wojtek Jargiło / PAP



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