Today, there have also been 777 recoveries. In all, there are already 797,901 patients who have recovered from the disease in the national territory.
The North region, which recorded 128 new infections, is the region of the country that contains the most recent notifications, with 49.6% of the total diagnoses.
a Epidemiological situation report, With data updated until midnight yesterday, indicates that the Lisbon and Valle de Tigo region is the region with the largest cumulative number of deaths related to SARS-CoV-2 with 7,196 (+3), followed by the North with 5,341 deaths (+1) , Centro (3,015, =) and Alentejo (971, =). At least 359 (=) fatalities have been recorded in the Algarve.
31 deaths have been recorded in the Azores. In Madeira there have been 68 deaths linked to the disease.
Across the country, there are 296 inpatients, 26 fewer than yesterday, and 87 in intensive care units (ICU), three times less than Monday.
According to the DGS Bulletin on the Epidemiological Situation, there are 22,833 active cases in Portugal – 523 fewer than yesterday – and 23,556 people under surveillance by authorities – 443 fewer than the previous day.
The northern region is the region with the largest number of accumulated infections in the country, with 336608 (+128), followed by the Lisbon and Valle de Tigo regions (316,694, +65), the Centro region (118,812, +24), Alentejo (29). , 801, +6) and Algarve (21,716, +9).
In the Azores there are 4,808 cases (17+) and in Madeira 9276 cases (+9).
What does the risk matrix tell us?
Portugal has an incidence rate of 64.4 SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants – down from 69.3 on Friday – and the average national transmissibility index R