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Fifty-eight new positive COVID-19 cases added over last 24 hours

Over last 24 hours 810 coronavirus tests were analysed in Estonia, 58 of them came back positive.  According to the population register, the highest number of coronavirus cases were found in Saare County (36), followed by Harju County (9), Ida-Viru County (4), Tartu County (2) and Pärnu County (2). One new positive case was found at Jõgeva County, Lääne-Viru County, Valga County and Viljandi County each.  The place of residence of one infected person is yet to be determined.

Total of 19,091 tests have been performed in Estonia, 1,018 of them (5%) have come back positive.  As of this morning, April 4, 113 patients require hospitalisation, 20 persons require ventilation, 59 persons have been discharged.  13 persons have died due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19. 

Results of the analyses show that the number of infected persons according to the age groups: 45-49 (11%), 50-54 (10%), 50-59 (10%). 

In Estonia, the laboratories of the Health Board, Tartu University Clinic, SYNLAB, Norther Estonian Regional Hospital, Ida-Viru County Central Hospital, Pärnu Hospital, and East-Tallinn Central have the testing capabilities of COVID-19.

Clarification of the Health and Welfare Information Systems Centre (TEHIK) regarding the data.

In the statistics published today, one of the previous positive test results in the Saare County was added to the statistical information of April 3, instead of March 29, due to the correction of data made by the laboratory. On 3 April, the laboratory received a previous positive sample which had been taken on March 28, previously dated as March 29. Corrections were introduced retrospectively.

The providers of health care services have the right to correct, modify and nullify the documents retrospectively. In co-operation with the providers of the health care services, TEHIK will clarify the rules on improved quality control.

Due to the emergency situation in Estonia, the prohibition to visit applies to all social welfare institutions, hospitals and detention facilities until the preliminary date of 1 May 2020.  To contain further spread of the COVID-19 infection, the Health Board ordered the cessation of all regular, planned health care services outside the national network of hospitals. Private medical establishments and dental clinics will only provide emergency care. All planned treatments will be suspended to contain the spread of the virus and in the interest of using personal protective equipment more economically. Continuation of planned treatments, which have already been started, will be reassessed by the doctor and patient, on a case-by-case basis. All planned treatments will need to be carried out if the cessation would endanger the patient’s health.

Additional information can be found on the Health Board website on coronavirus: and on the Health Board Facebook page.  Questions regarding the emergency situation will be answered on the Government website:

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In total, 306 individuals are being treated in hospital due to symptomatic COVID-19

As of the morning of 29 November, hospital treatment is being provided to 306 individuals who have been infected with COVID-19.

In total, 313 individuals are being treated in hospital due to symptomatic COVID-19

In total, 313 individuals are being treated in hospital due to symptomatic COVID-19

As of the morning of 26 November, hospital treatment is being provided to 313 individuals who have been infected with COVID-19. A total of 259 patients who have COVID-19 are currently receiving hospital treatment after having developed serious symptoms, including 187 patients who have not been vaccinated (which means 72.0% of the overall figure), and seventy-two patients who have been fully vaccinated (which amounts to 28.0% of the overall figure).