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The situation of COVID-19 in Albania. No loss of life, 10 citizens infected in the last 24 hours
The Ministry of Health has reported the data related to the situation of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours in Albania.
According to the announcement, there was no loss of life. Meanwhile, out of 22 tests done, 15 patients have recovered. Currently, 7 patients are receiving treatment at the Infectious Disease Hospital.
The Ministry of Health calls on citizens not to neglect the anticovid vaccination and the flu vaccine.
March 19, 2023 - The Ministry of Health and Social Protection calls on citizens not to neglect the anticovid vaccination and the flu vaccination, to strengthen protection against viruses during the winter season.
Anticovid and flu vaccination is carried out in health centers throughout the country. Vaccines reduce the chance of infection and largely avoid hospitalizations and fatalities.
We inform you about the Covid19 situation in the last 24 hours: 222 tests were performed, of which 10 citizens tested positive for COVID19:
5 in Tirana, 4 in Vlora, 1 in Patos.
There are 149 active citizens with Covid19 throughout the country.
Currently, 7 patients are receiving treatment at the Infectious Disease Hospital. In the last 24 hours there has been no loss of life with SarsCov2.
15 citizens have recovered during the last 24 hours, bringing the number of recoveries to 329,976 since the beginning of the epidemic.
Statistics (March 19, 2023)
New daily cases 10
Recovered in 24 hours 15
Loss of life in 24 hours 0
222 daily testing
Total Testing 2,045,774
Positive Cases 333,726
Recovered Cases 329,976
Active Cases 149
Loss of Life 3,601
Geographical distribution of active cases by counties: