Coronavirus in Slovakia: 2,045 new cases confirmed (graphs)

The total number of cases has exceeded 222,700.

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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.

2,045 people were positively diagnosed with the coronavirus disease in Slovakia on January 15, the total number increased to 222,752.

Altogether 3,417 people have died, while 166,555 have recovered from the disease. Slovakia thus has 52,780 active coronavirus cases, according to the data from the National Health Information Centre.

The laboratories have carried out a total of 1,603,679 PCR tests, 11,392 of which were carried out on January 15. They also performed 52,240 new antigen tests, 1,760 were positive. The total number of antigen tests amounted to 2,508,666, and 146,245 in total were positive.

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.

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