Coronavirus Greece: 880 new cases, 346 intubated, 24 deaths

23 February 2021
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Greek authorities announced today 880 cases of coronavirus, of which 11 were detected following checks at the country’s borders. The total number of cases is 180,672 (daily change + 0.5%), of which 51.8% are men.

Based on the confirmed cases of the last 7 days, 43 are considered to be related to travel from abroad and 2,399 are related to an already known case.

The new deaths of patients with Covid-19 are 24, while since the beginning of the epidemic a total of 6,321 deaths have been recorded of which 95.7% had underlying disease and/or age 70 years and older.

The number of patients treated by intubation is 346 (67.3% men). Their median age is 68 years, 85.5% have an underlying disease and/or age 70 years and older.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 1,280 patients have been discharged from the ICU.

The new admissions of Covid-19 patients in the hospitals of the territory are 264 (daily change + 1.93%).

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