Romania, June 10, 2022: New cases of COVID-19 remain below 400
According to the findings of 12,324 tests, there were 341 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in the last 24 hours following COVID in Romania. The relevant authorities will announce a final tally of new cases, deaths, and county-by-county figures at 13.00 local time.
The number of incidents has reduced somewhat in the 24 hours after yesterday’s total. The findings of 12,324 tests identified 341 new cases, including 3,091 RT-PCR tests and 9,324 rapid antigen tests.
Two INSPs were declared dead on June 8 and 9, 2022. This group consists of two people, both males. People over the age of 80 were among those who perished. Both patients had concurrent diseases along with COVID-19.
In comparison to the first person, who was unvaccinated, the second person was vaccinated against coronavirus. So far, 65,702 people have died as a result of the SARS-CoV-2 infection in Romania.
434 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized the previous day, a reduction of 12 from the day before. ICUs accepted 48 patients, four more than the previous day. 48 people who had not been vaccinated were admitted to the intensive care unit.