3 June 2020

Serbia’s coronavirus death toll rises to 58

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The number of coronavirus cases in Serbia has risen by 292 in the past 24 hours to bring the total to 2,200, while 58 fatalities have been recorded overall, the national health ministry said Monday. reports citing Russian media.

Seven people died overnight, 868 people were tested for coronavirus with 292 tests coming back positive. Currently, 1,197 patients have been hospitalized, with 101 patients relying on ventilators to breath. Sunday’s figures showed 1,908 infections and 51 deaths.

According to the ministry, an influx of cases among medical workers was registered. Earlier, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic reported a large number of coronavirus cases among the military personnel who ensured state of emergency is in effect by controlling borders and hospitals. The interior ministry, meanwhile, said first deaths were reported in the police ranks.

2020.04.06 / 21:56
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