According to her, the new laboratory-confirmed cases of the disease are 153, of which 11 were found after checks at the country’s gates.
At the same time, the total number of cases is 5.123 (daily change +3.1%), of which 54.6% are men.
In the last 24 hours no new death of a patient with COVID-19 has been recorded, while since the beginning of the epidemic a total of 210 deaths. The average age of patients who died was 76 years.
The number of patients treated by intubation is 14 (78.6% men).
According to the same report, the daily distribution of confirmed cases is as follows (the line represents the total, cumulative distribution of cases):
It is added that out of the total of 5,123 cases, the 1.370 (26.7%) are considered related to travel from abroad, while 2.551 (49.8%) are related to an already known case. The rest are not related to travel or any other known case or are still under investigation.
Of particular interest are the age of the cases, as recorded by EODY.
According to the daily report, the average age of the cases is 45 years (range 0 to 102 years), while the average age of death is 76 years (range 35 to 102 years).
It is worth noting that in his respective exhibitions April the M.O. of the age of the virus carriers were the 49 years.
Scientists, after all, have long pointed out that more and more young people are infected with the coronavirus – and some are accused of “relaxation” – although safer conclusions may be drawn in the near future.
In detail, the age distribution of
(a) total cases,
(b) of incidents that resulted in death
and (c) of intubated patients is as follows:
Geographical dispersion & diachronic evolution of the pandemic
In addition, EODY drafted the following map which “reflects the geographical distribution of the total cases of COVID-19 (since the beginning of the epidemic) by Regional Unit of the country, based on the declared permanent residence address of the patient, or the temporary residence address for tourists and other temporary residents in Greece” .
This includes both cases with a history of travel (“imported”) and cases with possible domestic transmission.
Regarding the “time evolution of total cases and total number of deaths of COVID-19 patients” it is presented in the following diagram (on a logarithmic scale):
Finally, regarding the “samples that have been tested in the laboratories cooperating with EODY “, the Organization states that” from 1 January 2020 until today, in the laboratories that perform tests for the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and that systematically declare to EODY all the samples that control (positive and negative), have been totally audited 619.393 clinical samples, of which 6.973 (1.13%) were positive for coronavirus (including more than one sample per person tested).