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COVID-19 blog, 28 May: 140 new positive test results have been added within the past 24 hours

The last 24 hours have seen 4,076 tests being analysed in Estonia in relation to coronavirus, of which the results of 140 (3.4%) of the initial tests were positive. A full 16,181 vaccine doses were also administered within the past 24 hours. In total, 458,598 individuals have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in Estonia, and 249,133 individuals have received both doses. A total of 65% of all individuals over the age of seventy have received at least one vaccine dose. In all counties other than Ida-Viru County, over 60% of all individuals over the age of seventy have been vaccinated.

Based on the data in the population register, the highest number of new positive test results came from Harju County, where forty-six further individuals were found to have been infected. A total of thirty-two of the new cases in Harju County were from Tallinn.

A further forty-five new positive coronavirus test results were added from Ida-Viru County, eleven from Pärnu County, ten from Tartu County, nine from Valga County, and seven from Viljandi County. Another five new cases were added from Võru County, three from Põlva County, and one each from Jõgeva County, Rapla County, and Saare County. No new cases were added from Hiiu County, Järva County, Lääne County, or Lääne-Viru County. On one occasion the place of residence of the individual who tested positive was not specified in the population register.

The number of cases for every 100,000 people in the last fourteen days is 200.00, and 4.4% of all initial tests have been found to be positive.

A total of twelve new COVID-19 cases have been opened within the past 24 hours, and 137 patients are being treated in hospital

As of the morning of 28 May, hospital treatment is being supplied to 137 patients who have COVID-19. Sixteen of those patients require intensive care, with nine patients on a ventilator.

A total of twelve new COVID-19 cases were opened. Seventeen patients were discharged from hospital, and a further two patients were transferred to a non-COVID-19 unit.

In total, 6.8% of all individuals who have tested positive have required hospital treatment. The average age of those patients who are being treated in hospital is 69. In total, 102 of those patients who require hospital treatment are over the age of sixty (74.0% of the overall figure).

Three new coronavirus deaths were registered within the past 24 hours, involving a 49 year-old man, a 72 year-old woman, and an 84 year-old man. Coronavirus has claimed the lives of 1,247 people in Estonia in total.

As of today, 28 May, hospitals have closed a total of 7,853 cases relating to COVID-19 which involved 7,494 people.

Also as of 28 May, a total of 122,542 people have recovered from COVID-19. The cases of 80,515 people have been closed (65.7% of the total) and, in the case of 42,027 people (34.3%), more than twenty-eight days have passed since they tested positive and the individuals concerned are not being treated in hospital, meaning that they are awaiting confirmation of their recovery.

Since developing the capability of testing for coronavirus in spring 2020, over 1,412,328 tests in total have been analysed in Estonia in relation to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The number of positive initial test results amounts to 129,297 individuals. Detailed statistical data from the coronavirus tests is available at: www.terviseamet.ee/en/coronavirus-dataset.

In total, 458,598 individuals have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in Estonia, and 249,133 individuals have received two doses

As of this morning, a total of 458,598 individuals have been vaccinated against COVID-19, of whom 209,465 individuals have received one dose, and 249,133 individuals have received both doses. Of that total, 16,181 vaccine doses were administered over the past 24 hours, and 680,870 vaccine doses have been administered overall.

Vaccination against COVID-19 is now available for anyone who is at least sixteen years of age. Time slots for vaccination against COVID-19 can be booked via the eBooking system or by calling the central phone number (1247) between 08:00 and 20:00. New time slots are being added into the system based on the arrival of new vaccine deliveries.

If you experience any technical issues or have any questions about booking a vaccination time via the digital reception service, please contact TEHIK on 7 943 943 or by sending an email to abi@tehik.ee (every day between 07:00-22:00).

Download the HOIA app

Download the HOIA mobile app from Google Play or App Store which will inform you if you have come into close contact with an individual who has coronavirus. The app also allows you to anonymously notify other users if you have fallen ill yourself. Codes are being exchanged anonymously between the phones of people who use the app, while the government, the app’s developer, and the manufacturer of your phone will not be notified about those with whom you have come into close contact. Further information is available here: www.hoia.me.

Based on information which is available to the Health and Welfare Information Systems Centre (TEHIK), the HOIA app has been downloaded on 276,971 occasions. Overall, 6,826 individuals have used the app to highlight themselves as having been infected. A total of 60 of those cases are active.

For HOIA to be able to notify close contacts, the individual who has been infected must already have downloaded and activated the app before falling ill. After an infected individual has highlighted themselves as having been infected, HOIA has fulfilled its purpose and will no longer be sending notifications. Having recovered, the user can download the HOIA app again or delete their data from the app’s settings, which will result in a relaunch of the app.

The koroonatestimine.ee website provides information about testing based on a referral, testing when crossing the border, and also paid testing. Important information for physicians and employers can also be found on the website. Furthermore, anyone who has a doctor’s referral can use the website to book a test. Certificate details, customer service contact numbers, and the addresses of test sites can also be found on the website.

The situation is improving, but the danger has not yet passed

Due to the continuing very high risk level, we must still observe all social distancing rules as the weather improves. This means avoiding gatherings and parties, and continuing to wear face masks indoors in public places. Please get yourself tested even if you are experiencing only very mild symptoms, and please stay at home if you have fallen ill or are a close contact of an individual who has tested positive.

Further information about the restrictions which have now been eased can be found here.

Please only use reliable sources to find information about coronavirus, COVID-19, and vaccines. Vaccination-related information is available at: www.vaktsineeri.ee/en. Further information about COVID-19 can be found on the Health Board website and on its Facebook page.

 

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