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Greece Announced 13 New Coronavirus Cases and One Fatality on Monday

ATHENS — Greece registered 13 new confirmed coronavirus cases and one fatality since Sunday, the National Public Health Organization (EODY) said on Monday.

The total number of cases is 3,134 of whom 55.2 pct are men. Of the total, 697 are people who were infected abroad and 1,781 were infected by already known cases.

Thirteen Greeks are intubated in hospitals, and their average age is 74 years; four of them are women. A 69.2 pct have an underlying condition or are aged 70+.

A total of 117 people have been discharged from intensive care units.

The deaths total is 184. Of the deceased, 56 were women and the median age of all was 76 years. An overwhelming majority (95.7 pct) of patients had some underlying condition and/or were aged 70+.

Some 254,854 diagnostic tests for Covid-19 have been carried out in Greece since the start of the outbreak in the country.

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