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*This graph does not include the new cases that were identified with antigen tests during the mass testing that took place on October 31-November 1, and on November 7-8.
106 people were positively diagnosed with the coronavirus disease in Slovakia on April 11, the total number increased to 371,168.
Altogether 10,630 people have died, according to the data from the National Health Information Centre. The total number of inactive cases (i.e. people who have recovered from Covid-19 with or without symptoms, and for whom 2-4 weeks have passed since they have received a positive test result or 6 weeks if they were hospitalised with Covid) amounted to 609,398 in the 14th week of 2021.
The laboratories have carried out a total of 2,441,472 PCR tests, 1,502 of which were carried out on April 11. They also performed 298,525 new antigen tests, 1,482 were positive. The total number of antigen tests amounted to 26,617,487 and 362,853 in total were positive.
Altogether 857,402 people have received their first Covid vaccine shot, and 288,989 have been vaccinated with the second shot as of April 11. To achieve herd immunity in Slovakia, at least 3.3 million people have to be vaccinated.
Slovakia's authorities release the testing results as of midnight the previous day every morning. Starting on March 27, also private labs are involved in testing samples for the coronavirus.
Read more about the coronavirus outbreak in Slovakia:
- I encountered a person who is COVID-19 positive. What do I do next? (FAQ)
- When will I get my COVID vaccine? FAQs about vaccination in Slovakia
- How to travel to and from Slovakia during COVID-19
- The list of low-risk countries and risky regions
- More information about what the coronavirus is and how to protect yourself from the infection (WHO)
12. Apr 2021 at 10:04 | Compiled by Spectator staff