Czech Republic sees covid numbers drop below 100 in its regions

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2021-05-19   08:42

In the last seven days, there have been 63 cases of coronavirus infection in the Czech Republic per 100,000 inhabitants, which is four less than on Tuesday. There is no longer any of the regions above the 100, which is key for the government in dismantling. Another milestone for mitigation measures is 75 cases, above which are the regions of South Bohemia, Moravia-Silesia and Zlín. The coronavirus epidemic in the Czech Republic continues to gradually weaken. On Tuesday, tests confirmed 1,191 positive cases of covid-19, the smallest increase since Tuesday in September. One week ago, there were 1,690 cases. According to data from the Ministry of Health.

The number of people who have died since the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic last year is approaching 30,000. By Tuesday, 29,948 had died. In the last five days, statistics show less than 20 deaths per day, while in March, around 200 people died daily.

The reproduction number, which indicates the rate of spread of the epidemic, fell by three hundredths to 0.79 compared to Tuesday. A value below one indicates a deceleration of propagation, below one is the number R continuously since mid-April.

Source: CTK