23 New COVID-19 Case and No Deaths Reported in Greece on Saturday

ATHENS — There have been 23 confirmed new cases of novel coronavirus and no new deaths in Greece, the National Public Health Organisation announced on Saturday. This brings the total number of cases to 3,366 (daily change 0.7 pct), of which 55 pct are men.

Of the confirmed cases, 753 (22.4 pct) are considered to be linked to travel abroad, 1,873 (55.6 pct) are linked to other known cases and the rest are not linked to either travel or an existing case or are still under investigation.

There have been 191 deaths from Covid-19 in Greece since the pandemic started, and the average age of those that died was 76 years old. The number of patients currently intubated is 11 (72.7 pct men).


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