Covid-19 in Portugal: six more deaths and 755 new cases. Portugal enters the green quadrant of the matrix | Coronavirus
Portugal registered on Tuesday six deaths due to covid-19 and 755 new ones caused by the new coronavirus, according to the bulletin of the Directorate-General for Health (DGS) released on Wednesday. Admissions continue to decline both in ward and intensive care. With the indicators in counter-cycle – a slight increase in the transmissibility index, the R
Admissions continue to decline, resembling the June capacity. No total, there is still 386 hospitalized patients in Portugal, minus 13 than in the previous balance. Of these, 68 are in intensive care units, minus six.
Of the six registered deaths, two were in the Algarve, two in Alentejo, one in Lisbon and Vale do Tejo, and one in the North. Enter as killed, three were men: two aged between 70 and 79, and one aged 80 or over. covid-19 also killed, on Tuesday, three women: one aged between 60 and 69 years and two aged 80 or over.
Today were also announced 801 more recoveries, in a total of 1,020,067. Since the beginning of the pandemic, in March 2020, the country has been 1,068,530 confirmed cases and 17,968 kill mortals. There are 30,495 active cases of infection, minus 52 than the day before, and 27,441 contacts under surveillance by the authorities, plus 50 do that on the last swing.
Lisbon and North account for 67.3% of infections
The region of Lisbon and Tagus Valley has the largest share of new infections, with 295 cases. Slightly behind is the North region with 213 new cases. These two regions total 508 new infections – which represents about 67.3% of registered cases in Portugal this Tuesday.
Below is the Center with 117, the Algarve with 60 and Alentejo with 37. As autonomous regions of the Azores and Madeira, 13 and 20 infections, respectively.
According to the DGS report, they have died of covid-19 9422 men and 8546 women, having 11,719 ages above 80 years, which corresponds to about 65.2% of the total.
Portugal in the “green”
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