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Health Ministry Details Availability of COVID-19 Beds in Greek Hospitals

November 11, 2020

ATHENS — Greece has a total of 1,105 beds in all types of intensive care units (ICUs), of which 323 are still available (29 pct), the Health ministry said on Wednesday, in an update.

In terms of ICU beds dedicated exclusively to Covid-19, there are a total of 496 beds nationally, of which 161 are available (32.5 pct), it said.

Overall, Greece has 4,773 beds for confirmed coronavirus cases (including ICUs, negative pressure chambers, and plain beds), and of these 2,513 are currently occupied on national level.

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