Decrease reported in the number of COVID-19 cases diagnosed, deaths high, National Surveillance report shows

A decrease has been reported in the number of COVID-19 cases diagnosed with signs of stabilization in all districts, according to data in the National Surveillance Report issued on Friday by the Ministry of Health. At the same time, the number of deaths with COVID-19 an underlying cause increased by 113% during the 29th week of 2021, in relation to the 28th.

The report also indicates that the infection rate in the community remains very high with the cumulative impact of 14 days approaching 1500 / 100,000 population (1403.5 / 100,000).

According to the National Surveillance Report, by July 26th, 2021, a total of 98,144 COVID-19 cases have been diagnosed, of which 415 died due to COVID-19.

Source: Cyprus News Agency