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07.04.2020

42 new positive tests results over the past 24 hours

Over the past 24 hours, 1684 COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, of which 42 tests (2%) showed positive results. Based on data from the population register, over the 24 hour period the highest number of coronavirus cases were found in Harju County (18), followed by Saare County (13), and Pärnu County (3). 2 cases were found in Rapla, Lääne-Viru and Ida-Viru counties, 1 case in Tartu County, and 1 positive case involves a person, whose identity code is unknown. According to the latest data from the morning of 7 April, 130 patients require hospitalisation in Estonia due to the...
06.04.2020

11 new positive tests results over the past 24 hours

Over the past 24 hours, 864 COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, of which 11 tests (1%) showed positive results. Based on data from the population register, over the 24 hour period the highest number of coronavirus cases were found in Harju County (6), followed by Saare County (3), and Ida-Viru County (2). According to the latest data from the morning of 6 April, 129 patients (55 women and 74 men) require hospitalisation in Estonia due to the novel coronavirus, of whom 14 are on ventilation. Due to COVID-19, over the past 24 hours 4 patients died at the Kuressaare Hospital: a 60...
05.04.2020

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

Over last 24 hours 1,192 COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, 5% of them, i.e. 63 tests came back positive.  According to the population register, the highest number of coronavirus cases were found in Saare County (23), Ida-Viru County (16), Harju County (12) Total of 21,001 tests have been taken in Estonia; 1,097 of them (5%) have come back positive.  As of the morning of April 5, 130 patients require hospitalisation due to the novel coronavirus, 17 persons require ventilation. 62 people have been discharged. During the previous 24 h period, a 73-year old male...
04.04.2020

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...
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03.04.2020

Emergency services to reach the island of Prangli faster

As a result of cooperation between the Health Board and the North Estonia Medical Centre, a first aid brigade will start work on the island of Prangli from the beginning of April. The brigade includes active local residents, who have passed an emergency medicine course and are now ready to help islanders and visitors on location in case of unexpected health concerns. “The Health Board started working with the North Estonia Medical Centre in 2011, within a project to prepare a team of first responders on the island of Kihnu, and already the next year we expanded activities to include the...
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02.04.2020

11 people have died in Estonia due to the COVID-19 virus

Between yesterday, 1 April, and this morning, six people have died in Estonian hospitals due to the COVID-19 virus: a 73 year old woman, an 87 year old woman and a 77 year old man at the Kuressaare Hospital; a 55 year old man and a 92 year old woman at the Tartu University Hospital; and an 86 year old woman at the North Estonia Medical Centre. In total, 11 people have died in Estonia due to the virus. Between 7 am on 31 March and 7 am on 1 April, 1372 coronavirus tests were analysed in Estonia, of which 79 tests (6%) showed positive results. Based on data from the population register, over...
01.04.2020

An 81 year old woman died in Tallinn due to Covid-19

After testing positive for Covid-19, an 81 year old woman died yesterday at the North Estonia Medical Centre. Between 7 am on 31 March and 7 am on 1 April, 1952 coronavirus tests were analysed in Estonia, and 34 tests (2%) showed positive results. According to the population register, over the 24 hour period, the highest number of coronavirus cases were found in Saare County (22), followed by Harju County (13), Ida-Viru County (4), and two confirmed cases involved persons without a registered identification code.   In total, 14 353 tests have been analysed, of which 779 (5%) have...
31.03.2020

90 year old man from Ida-Viru County dies due to Covid-19

After testing positive for the Covid-19 virus, a 90 year old man died at the Ida-Viru Central Hospital last night. From 30 to 31 March, 1149 coronavirus tests were analysed in Estonia, and 30 tests (3%) came back positive. According to the population register, over the 24 hour period, the highest number of coronavirus cases were found in Harju County (10), followed by Saare County (6), Ida-Viru County (3), Pärnu County (2), Rapla County (2), Tartu County (2) and Võru County (2). One new positive case was found in Lääne-Viru County, Hiiu County and Valga County. In total, 12401...
30.03.2020

856 coronavirus tests were analysed in the past 24 hours, 36 new positive cases added

From 29 to 30 March, 856 coronavirus tests were analysed in Estonia, and 36 tests (4%) came back positive. According to the population register, over the 24 hour period, the highest number of coronavirus cases were found in Saare County (17), followed by Harju County (8), Ida-Viru County (5), Järva County (2), and Rapla County (3). One new positive case was found Tartu County and in Valga County. In total, over 11252 coronavirus tests have been performed in Estonia, of which 715 (6%) have shown positive results. Results of the analyses show that the highest numbers of infected persons...
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29.03.2020

A 90 year old man died in Saaremaa from Covid-19

During the night, after testing positive a 90-year-old man died in Saaremaa, at the Saaremaa Valss care home, from complications of Covid-19. “This is a very sad moment for the whole of Saaremaa. My deepest condolences to the family of the departed,” said Madis Kallas, mayor of Saaremaa. “In this difficult time, we are here to support all the islanders and do our best to support our community.” According to Kadri Juhkam, head of the western regional department of the Health Board, testing of residents and employees will continue at the Saaremaa care home. “We would like to extend our...

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