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30.04.2020

COVID-19 blog, April 30:  23 positive cases added over previous 24h

Over last 24 hours, 1,563 SARS-CoV-2 virus tests causing COVID-19 were analysed, of which 23, i.e. 1.5% came back positive. Based on Population Register data, Pärnu County had 16, Harju County 3, Tartu County 3, and Järva County 1 new case of the coronavirus. As of the morning of April 30, 75 people require hospitalisation due to the coronavirus, nine of them require ventilation. 249 people have been discharged, 10 of them were discharged during the previous 24h. Two residents of Pärnu Tammiste nursing care home died during the previous 24h due to the coronavirus.  An 82-year...
29.04.2020

Nine new positive COVID-19 cases added over last 24 hours

Over last 24 hours 1,677 COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, 9 tests, i.e. 0.5% of them came back positive.  In total, 51,188 first time tests have been performed in Estonia, of which 1,666 i.e. 3.3% have shown positive results. As of the morning of April 29, 89 patients require hospitalisation due to the novel coronavirus, ten persons require ventilation. 236 people have been discharged (in comparison with the data published yesterday, the number of people discharged from the Tartu University Clinic has been adjusted due to the data quality issues).  There have been...
28.04.2020

Thirteen new positive COVID-19 cases added over last 24 hours

Over last 24 hours 1,124 COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, 13 tests, i.e. 1.2% of them came back positive.  In total, 49,527 first time tests have been performed in Estonia, of which 1,660 i.e. 3.4% have shown positive results. As of the morning of April 28, 91 patients require hospitalisation due to the novel coronavirus, nine persons require ventilation. 240 people have been discharged. There have been no deaths due to the coronavirus during the previous 24 h period. Total 50 people have died in Estonia due to the coronavirus. Six people who have tested positive in...
27.04.2020

Four new positive COVID-19 cases added over last 24 hours

Over last 24 hours nineteen COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, 4 tests, i.e. 0.8% of them came back positive.  In total, 48,406 first time tests have been performed in Estonia, of which 1,647 i.e. 3.4% have shown positive results. As of the morning of April 27, 95 patients require hospitalisation due to the novel coronavirus, seven persons require ventilation. 233 people have been discharged. During the previous 24 h period an 89-year old man died at Ida-Viru Central Hospital.  Total 50 people have died in Estonia due to the coronavirus. Two people who have...
25.04.2020

30 additional positive COVID-19 test results over the past 24-hours

Over the last 24 hours, 1057 COVID-19 virus tests were analyzed in Estonia, 30 of those tests, or 2.8% turned out to be positive. Altogether, 47 331 initial tests have been carried out in Estonia as of today, 1635 of these, or 3.5%, have been positive. As of the morning of April 25, the number of people in Estonia requiring hospital treatment due to the novel coronavirus is 99, 6 of whom are on assisted ventilation. 228 people have been discharged from the hospitals. There were no new deaths during the last 24 hours. In total, 46 people have died of the coronavirus in Estonia. In the...
24.04.2020

Sixteen positive COVID-19 cases added over last 24 hours

Over last 24 hours 1,108 COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, 16 tests, i.e. 1.4% of them came back positive.  In total, 46,218 first time tests have been performed in Estonia, of which 1,605 i.e. 3.5% have shown positive results. As of the morning of April 24, 103 patients require hospitalisation due to the novel coronavirus, six persons require ventilation. 206 people have been discharged. During the previous 24 h period, a 69-year old man has died at the North-Estonian Regional Hospital. Total 46 people have died in Estonia due to the coronavirus. Over previous 24...
23.04.2020

33 new positive COVID-19 tests results over the past 24 hours

Over the past 24 hours, 1551 COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, of which 33 tests (2.1%) showed positive results. In total, 45 181 first time tests have been analysed in Estonia, of which 1592 (3.5%) have shown positive results. According to the latest data from the morning of 23 April, 109 patients require hospitalisation in Estonia due to the novel coronavirus, of whom 7 are on ventilation. 192 people have been discharged from hospitals. During the past 24 hours, an 85 year old woman undergoing treatment at the Kuressaare Hospital died. In total, 45 persons have...
22.04.2020

Seven new positive COVID-19 cases added over last 24 hours

Over last 24 hours 1,426 COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, seven tests, i.e. 0.5% of them came back positive.  In total, 43,637 first time tests have been performed in Estonia, of which 1,559 i.e. 3.6% have shown positive results. As of the morning of April 22, 114 patients require hospitalisation due to the novel coronavirus, 7 persons require ventilation. 184 people have been discharged. During the previous 24 h period   an 82-year old woman died at the North-Estonian Regional Hospital.  Total 44 people have died in Estonia due to the coronavirus....
21.04.2020

Seventeen new positive COVID-19 cases added over last 24 hours

Over last 24 hours 1,289 COVID-19 virus tests were analysed in Estonia, 17 tests, i.e. 1.3% of them came back positive.  In total, 42,213 first time tests have been performed in Estonia, of which 1,552 i.e. 3.7% have shown positive results. As of the morning of April 21, 124 patients require hospitalisation due to the novel coronavirus, 9 persons require ventilation. 169 people have been discharged. During the previous 24 h period, information has been provided about three COVID-19 related deaths:  an 80-year old woman at Ida-Viru Central Hospital, a 73-year old man at Kuressaare...
21.04.2020

The Health Board confirmed the conditions for restoring scheduled treatment

The medical emergency chief Dr Arkadi Popov signed instructions for the gradual restoration of scheduled treatments, establishing minimum requirements for compliance with the rules for control of infection. The treatment of COVID-19 positive patients will be concentrated in seven higher-level hospitals, in addition to the Kuressaare hospital. “The move towards scheduled treatment has to be gradual because the minimum requirements for healthcare providers are strict. In the current epidemiological situation, we must be careful and protect both the patients and health care staff. It is...

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