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21 New Coronavirus Cases Registered in Greece on Monday

ATHENS — Greece registered 21 new confirmed coronavirus cases and no fatalities since Saturday, the National Public Health Organization (EODY) reported on Monday.

The total number of cases is 3,287, of whom 54.9 pct are men. Of the total, 725 are people who were infected abroad and 1,836 were infected by already known cases.

The average age of all confirmed cases is 48 years (range age: 0-102).

Eight Greeks are intubated in hospitals, of whom 87.5 pct are men.

The deaths total is 190 and the median age of all the deceased was 76 years.

Some 285,989 diagnostic tests for Covid-19 have been carried out in Greece since January 1, of which 5,279 (1.8 pct) were positive. The total numbers include repeat tests for individuals.

 

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