Only Eight COVID-19 ICU Beds Unoccupied in Thessaloniki, 45 in Attica

November 20, 2020

THESSALONIKI — A total of 1,220 ICU beds are available throughout the country, of which 1,000 are occupied and 220 vacant.

The non-COVID-19 ICU beds now number 569, of which 445 are occupied and 124 are vacant.

The COVID-19 ICU beds are 651. 555 of them are occupied and 96 vacant.

The COVID-19 ICU beds in Thessaloniki (including the hospitals of Halkidiki, Katerini and Kavala) are 218 in total and of these, only eight remained unoccupied on Friday.

Additionally, there were 218 COVID-19 ICU beds in Attica-area hospitals. On Friday morning, 173 of these beds were occupied and 45 vacant (20.5 pct).



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