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5,076 New Cases - Covid Statistics

5,076 New Cases - Covid Statistics
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According to the information published on Stopcov.ge, within the framework of intensive testing, 62,994 tests were conducted across the country in the last 24 hours, including 41,001 tests with antigen tests and 21,993 PCR tests.

As a result of the testing, 5,076 newly confirmed cases of virus infection were detected in the last 24 hours. The total number of confirmed cases detected since the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country is 657,753.
 
As for the positive rate, as of October 15, the daily rate of positive is 8.06%, for the last 14 days - 8.04% and for 7 days - 8.77%.
 
• In the last 24 hours, 1,126 people recovered from the virus, and the total number of people recovered increased to 609,987.

• 44 new cases of coronavirus deaths have been reported in the last 24 hours. A total of 9,440 people have died from the virus since the pandemic spread.
 
Out of 5 076 new cases of infection detected in the country today:
 
1,599 cases were detected in Tbilisi, Adjara - 159, Imereti - 1 028, Kvemo Kartli - 309, Shida Kartli - 387, Guria - 144, Samegrelo - Zemo Svaneti - 435, Kakheti - 720, Mtskheta-Mtianeti - 137, Samtskhe-Javakheti - 85, Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti - 73.

Current active cases of infection at this stage 38 of which:
 
• 5,176 people are treated in hospitals, including 1,717 in Tbilisi, 475 in Adjara and 1,275 in Imereti.
• At this stage, 1,180 people are seriously ill, including 389 in Tbilisi, 74 in Adjara and 416 in Imereti. There are 252 people on artificial respiration, 131 of them in Tbilisi, 15 in Adjara and 24 in Imereti.
• 922 people are accommodated in clinical hotels, including 473 in Tbilisi and 241 in Adjara.
• 32,202 people are undergoing treatment for the virus at home.
• 59 people are placed in quarantine areas, including 59 in Tbilisi and 0 in Adjara.
• A total of 25,257 people have been transferred from the state border to quarantine areas from October 6, 2020 to October 15, 2010.
• 28,386 people are in self-isolation at this stage.