The latest information on the prevalence of Covid-19 in Latvia – Health – News

SPKC data show that yesterday the vast majority – about two thirds – of new cases of Covid-19 were detected in Riga and the Daugavpils area, but the available data on the number of cases show some discrepancies with the published information on the total number of cases, so it is possible that some errors and will be corrected, as was the case, for example, this week with information on a significant increase in the number of cases in Aglona and Ādaži counties.

Last day in Riga, 152 new infections were registered, and in total at least 2,184 people have contracted Covid-19 in the capital in the last 14 days. 78 new cases have been registered in Daugavpils, and the total number of those infected in the last two weeks has reached 568 people. In turn, 16 new patients have been registered in Daugavpils region, thus 65 people have become infected in the region during the last 14 days.

Covid-19 continues to spread in Varakļāni region – 22 new cases were detected during the last day, reaching 43 in the last 14 days. Covid-19 cases also continue in Jelgava reached 100.

11 new cases were registered in Salaspils municipality, ten in Talsi municipality, nine in Ķekava municipality, while in Jūrmala, Krāslava municipality and Salacgrīva municipality seven cases were registered. In a number of other counties, a smaller number of infected people was registered on the previous day.

Covid-19 has returned to Skrunda, where everyone had previously recovered.

The largest total number of patients in the last two weeks is currently in Riga – 2184, Daugavpils – 568, Jūrmala – 138, Krāslava county – 107, Jelgava – 100, Mārupe county – 92, as well as in Liepāja and Rēzekne – in both cities 90 inhabitants.

Of the new cases registered in the previous day, 75 are aged 50 to 59, 69 are aged 30 to 39, 62 are aged 40 to 49, and 56 are over 70. There are fewer patients in other age groups.


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