According to Marina Endeladze, representative of the Infectious Diseases Hospital, out of 218 new cases of coronavirus, 137 were confirmed in Adjara and 47 in Tbilisi.
"218 new cases were confirmed. We have a total of 3913 COVID cases. Adjara is still leading the numbers, there are 137 cases. We have 47 new cases in Tbilisi, 6 in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, 26 in Imereti and 2 new cases in Guria. The number of recoveries has increased by 40. The overall recovery rate is less than 50%. According to current data, we have a total of 16 critical patients. I cannot tell you the exact number of the patients in the treatment COVID centers. There are certain patients in serious conditions, but at this stage I can not tell you the exact figures", - stated Endeladze.
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