Its principles Czech Republic recorded 14.539 new cases coronavirus on Tuesday, the highest number recorded in a 24-hour period since March in the country and close to the records set in January, according to data released for the past 24 hours by the Ministry of Health.
The outgoing government of Prime Minister Andrei Babis has rejected the imposition of a lockdown or similar measures despite a steady increase in numbers in recent weeks, noting that vaccination is the way to stop the new wave of the epidemic, Reuters reports.
In total 6.14 million people were fully vaccinated by 9 November in the Czech Republic, a country of 10.7 million people.
With 58.7% of the total population vaccinated, the country is ranked below of an average of 64.6% in the European Union, according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
The recent vaccination campaign in the Czech Republic uses shocking images of COVID-19 victims, accompanied by captions such as: “He did not find time to go and be vaccinated».
Hospitalizations increased to 3.295, included 462 people being treated in intensive care units in the country, according to data released.
Case doubling in Hungary
And its principles Of Hungary announced a negative record, as in the past 24 hours were recorded 8.434 new cases of the virus in the country, with this number being the highest since April, as the number of those tested positive for the virus has doubled since last week.
Hospitalizations increased to 4.830, included 463 people who are in the intensive care unit, in this country of 10 million inhabitants, broadcasts the APE BPE.
In Hungary, 31.619 people have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic broke out.
In high cases since the onset of the health crisis Slovakia
In the meantime, the Slovakia announced a record today 7.055 new cases of coronavirus in one day, clarifying that this is the highest number recorded in a 24-hour period in the country since the outbreak of the pandemic.
In the country of 5.5 million inhabitants are treated 2.478 with COVID-19, incl 438 in serious condition, according to data from the country’s Ministry of Health released today.