Since the beginning of the epidemic, 17,525 people have died from this disease in the national territory and 995,949 cases of SARS-CoV-2 have been identified.
According to the latest official report, there were 2,209 more recoveries in the past 24 hours. In all, 934,017 patients have recovered from the disease in Portugal since March 2020.
The region of Lisbon and Valle do Tejo is the region of the country with the most recent notifications, with a total of 38.3% of diagnoses.
The epidemiological situation report, with the update of data until midnight yesterday, indicates that the Lisbon region and the Tagus Valley are the region that records the largest number of accumulated deaths related to the virus. SARS-CoV-2 With 7,497 (+6), it is followed by the North with 5,463 deaths (+2), the Center (3,056, =) and the Alentejo (995, +2). At least 404 (+1) deaths have been recorded in the Algarve.
There are 38 deaths recorded in the Azores. In Madeira there are 72 deaths linked to the disease.
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Across the national territory, there are 754 inpatients, 31 fewer than yesterday, and 169 in intensive care units (ICUs), 12 fewer than the day before.
According to the DGS bulletin on the epidemiological situation, there are 44,407 active cases of infection in Portugal – 488 more than yesterday – and 57,278 people are under observation by the authorities – 836 fewer than the day before.
The region of Lisbon and the Valle do Tejo is the region of the country with the highest number of accumulated infections, with 388,988 (+1,036), followed by the northern region (384,577, +915), the center region (132,746, +290), From the Alentejo (35,006, +130) and from the Algarve (35,590, +257).
Azores has 8,048 registered cases (+31) and in Madeira 10,994 (+49).
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Portugal has an incidence rate of 326.5 SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population – down from 336.1 cases two days ago – and a national R
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