The latest figures reported by the State Department of Health Services increased the state’s confirmed pandemic totals to 818,670 cases and 16,080 deaths.
The moving average of new daily cases rose from 2,245 on February 15 to 1,192 on Monday, and the moving average of daily deaths declined from 131 to 79 during the same period, according to The COVID Tracking Project data.
As of Monday, 1,202 COVID-19 patients occupied hospital beds in Arizona hospitals, the lowest number since November 7 and down from the pandemic high of 5,802 set on January 11. sites in Phoenix and Tucson.
ATHENS, Greece – Greece has recorded a new spike in coronavirus infections, nearly half of which has been recorded in the greater Athens area where hospital intensive care units are filling up quickly.
Health officials on Tuesday reported 2,353 new confirmed infections in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to nearly 200,000. This was the highest number of new daily infections since December. 23 other deaths were recorded, with an overall confirmed death toll of 6,557 deaths in the country of 10.5 million.
More more than 90% of intensive care beds for COVID-19 patients in the greater Athens area are now occupied.
Meanwhile, the government’s vaccination campaign continues with nearly one million doses of vaccine administered so far.
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