Another 7 patients with coronavirus have recovered - More than 2.800 new cases

206 patients COVID-19 are being treated in hospitals, of which 48 are in serious condition. 3 are hospitalized in Intensive Care Units, 19 are intubated and 26 in MAF - 69,91% of patients have no history of vaccination

Corona Virus

The Ministry of Health announces that today, February 8 2022:

- They were announced 7 deaths

- Relate to:

  • A 93-year-old man who died on February 7.
  • A 71-year-old man who died on February 7.
  • A 82-year-old man who died on February 8.
  • A 77-year-old man who died on February 8.
  • A 76-year-old man who died on February 8.
  • A 63-year-old man who died on February 8.
  • A 58-year-old man who died on February 8.

- Total number of deaths with final cause of the disease COVID-19: 756.

-       206 patients COVID-19 are hospitalized in OKYPY hospitals

-       48 in serious condition (3 in ICU / 19 intubated, 26 in MAF)

- Patients without a history of vaccination: 69,91%

-       26 post-COVID patients who have ceased to be infectious continue to be treated intubated for COVID in an Intensive Care Unit.

Diagnostic examinations:

- They took place in total 111.932 diagnostic examinations

- They were located 2.885 new cases (total of 277.864 cases).

- Position rate in all exams 2,58%

Molecular tests (PCR):

- They took place 6.245 molecular tests

- They emerged 485positive incidents

- Position of positivity 7,77%

Rapid antigen detection test (RapidTest):

- They were carried out 105.687 rapid antigen detection tests

- They emerged 2.400 positive incidents

- Position of positivity 2,27%

Tracking:

- They were carried out 462 molecular tests and were detected  60 positive events (percentage of positivity 12,99%)

- They were carried out 1.336 rapid antigen detection tests and detected 93 positive events (percentage of positivity 6,96%)

Private initiative:

- They were carried out 2.192 molecular tests were identified 326 positive events (percentage of positivity 14,87%)

- They were carried out 43.504 rapid antigen detection tests were detected 1.440 positive events (percentage of positivity 3,31%)

Through the programs of the Ministry of Health were carried out 62.183 rapid antigen detection test. They were located 960 positive incidents.

- Sampling points: 17.446 rapid detection tests were detected 528 positive events (percentage of positivity 3,03%)

Education

- Primary Education: 20.307 rapid antigen detection tests were detected 133 positive events (percentage of positivity 0,65%)

- Secondary Education: 12.514 rapid detection tests were detected 96 positive events (percentage of positivity 0,77%)

- Test-to-Stay: performed 6.720 rapid antigen detection tests and detected 82 positive events (percentage of positivity 1,22%)

- Special Schools: conducted 54 rapid antigen detection tests and detected 0 positive events (percentage of positivity 0%)

But

- Nursing homes: conducted 1.147 rapid antigen detection tests were detected 22 positive events (percentage of positivity 1,92%)

- Closed structures: carried out 1.720 rapid antigen detection tests were detected 3 new incidents (percentage of positivity 0,17%).

- Government Services: performed 939 rapid antigen detection tests and detected 3 positive events (percentage of positivity 0,32%)

 

Note:

The figures mentioned in the announcement are indicative and may vary based on the final and up-to-date data sent in the context of the National Epidemiological Risk Report published every second Friday.

The change in the way daily results are announced has a dual purpose.

On the one hand, the way in which the results were announced on a daily basis is simplified, so that they can be more easily understood by the media officials and the citizens. will be given in total for all hospitals) which is not considered necessary as it does not provide essential information regarding the course and monitoring of the pandemic.

On the other hand, the examinations carried out per category of the population are grouped, in order to draw more correct conclusions at a scientific level as well.

For example, the severity of the results and the rate of positivity through the tracking process is different from the severity of the results performed daily and concerning people who need a negative result for SafePass purposes.

In the same way, the percentage of positivity from the tests carried out in the schools, is of different weight from the rest, respectively, since through this, the situation in the school units can be more correctly monitored.

Based on this philosophy, it was deemed necessary to change the way the results are announced daily. It is emphasized that then and depending on the data that emerge per phase of the pandemic, further changes and adjustments may be made.