ONLINE: On Thursday, the most cases of coronavirus increased in the Czech Republic since the beginning of April

The highest daily increase in covid-19 cases occurred on March 27, when there were 377 more infected, and the second highest was on April 3 with 334 cases. Recently, the increase has reached over three hundred infected last Friday, when there were new cases in day 323. In recent days, the share of newly confirmed cases in the number of tests performed has also grown. It was 3.86 percent on Wednesday, and data on tests for Thursday will not be published by the ministry until tonight.

Since about mid-July, the number of people currently suffering from covid-19, which is now 5,436, has been steadily growing, the most since the beginning of the epidemic. The number of deaths from coronavirus infections has not increased in recent days, remaining at 391 since Tuesday.

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Of the individual regions, the situation has been the worst since last week in the Frýdek-Místek district, where, according to current data, more than 42 new cases of covid-19 per 100,000 inhabitants have been added in the last seven days. The second highest increase was in Prague, about 30 cases for every hundred thousand inhabitants. In the Klatovy and Havlíčkův Brod regions, the increase last week was more than 23 cases and in the districts of Prague-East and Příbram about 21 cases.

The city of Prague and the Frýdek-Místek district were the only districts with an increased risk of coronavirus infection on the map of infection risk published on Monday, the so-called traffic light. On the map, Prague and Frýdek-Místek were marked in green, ie the first of three, which indicates the occurrence of the disease without the transmission of disease in the community. Other regions of the Czech Republic have so far been white, ie with zero or negligible risk. Higher degrees of risk – orange and red – have not yet appeared in the Czech Republic.

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