Fully 4,663 new Covid-19 cases were registered last week, while 14 people died in connection with the virus, koronavirus.gov.hu said on Wednesday in a round-up of last week’s data.
Altogether 6,411,997 have been vaccinated, with 6,199,038 having received a second shot, 3,884,792 a third, and 305,920 a fourth. There have been 1,932,788 Covid cases since the start of the outbreak and 46,661 have died. Currently there are 11,195 active infections and 488 Covid patients are hospitalised, 10 intubated on a ventilator. Fully 1,874,932 people have made a recovery.
These data show the first signs of a new wave of the coronavirus outbreak. The national average for wastewater data was already on the rise last week, and the number of active infections is rising rather than falling.
Unfortunately, it is not known how many tests are being carried out, because no data are being published, and there are 428 people under official house quarantine. Despite this, Cecília Müller, the National Medical Officer, has suspended the obligation to wear a mask in social institutions from 1 July, writes Telex.
Although the numbers remain low for now, it is worth monitoring the trends, as many countries in Europe are seeing an increase in the number of infections, and the current outbreak of omicron alvariants appears to be less seasonal, spreading rapidly during the summer.
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Source: MTI, Telex
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