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34 people hospitalised, 6 in critical condition 

Due to the new coronavirus, 34 patients are currently hospitalised in Estonia, of them 7 in intensive care and 6 in critical condition.

There are 6 patients with the coronavirus disease at the Pärnu Hospital, 5 stable and 1 in critical condition. At the East Tallinn Central Hospital, there are 2 patients, both in stable condition. At the North Estonia Medical Centre, there are 3 patients, all in critical condition. At the Tartu University Hospital, 7 patients are receiving treatment, 2 are in critical condition. At the West Tallinn Central Hospital, there are currently 14 patients, all in stable condition and not in need of intensive care. At the Ida Viru Central Hospital, 2 people are receiving treatment, both in stable condition. 11 patients have been discharged from hospital. One person has died.

538 people have been diagnosed with the coronavirus in Estonia, a total of 7090 tests have been taken. 8% of all tests taken have shown positive results.

A coronavirus tracking map can be accessed at the website: www.terviseamet.ee/koroonakaart (Internet Explorer does not display the website correctly).

Additional information is available at the Health Board dedicated website: www.terviseamet.ee/en/covid19 and on the Health Board Facebook page. Answers to questions about the emergency situation are answered on the government website: www.valitsus.ee/en/emergency-situation-estonia.

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