Two other deaths of people diagnosed with coronavirus – a 27-year-old man and a 71-year-old man – were announced on Sunday, with the balance reaching 40. Another 308 coronavirus-related illnesses have been confirmed in the last 24 hours, the total number rising to 1,760. According to the data presented on Sunday, another 38 patients are in intensive care, 31 in serious condition.
A 71-year-old man from Suceava County, contact with a person who returned from Austria, died on Sunday, March 25, at the ATI Section of the Clinical Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Cluj-Napoca. On March 25, biological evidence was collected for COVID 19, which were tested at the Clinical Hospital for Infectious Diseases Cluj-Napoca. The test result from March 26 was positive. The man had a neuroendocrine tumor, high blood pressure, and aortic aneurysm.
Another death is of a 27-year-old girl living in Botosani County.
On March 22, biological evidence was collected for COVID 19, which was tested at the Clinical Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Iasi. The test result from March 23 was positive.
The young woman, who had decompensated type I diabetes, died on Sunday at the Infectious Diseases Hospital in Iasi.
“To date, March 29, in Romania, 1,760 cases of people infected with COVID – 19 (coronavirus) have been confirmed. Of the 1,760 people confirmed positively, 169 were declared cured and discharged (55 in Timisoara, 79 in Bucharest, 17 in Iasi, 7 in Craiova, 9 in Constanta and 2 in Cluj). At the same time, 38 people diagnosed with COVID-19 infection, hospitalized in Craiova, Bucharest, Iasi, Suceava, Arad, Bacau, Timisoara, Cluj, Neamt, Hunedoara, Constanta, and Ialomita, have died. Since the last information sent by the Strategic Communication Group, 308 new cases of illness have been registered. The newly confirmed patients are between 0 and 89 years old, “the authorities announced.
At ATI, at this moment, 38 patients are admitted, of which 31 are in serious condition. The health of the other patients is good, stationary.
On the territory of Romania, there are 8,666 persons in institutionalized quarantine. Another 132,641 people are in solitary confinement at home and under medical supervision.
To date, at the national level, 21,460 tests have been processed, of which 1,400 in private medical units.
Regarding the situation of the Romanian citizens in other states, according to the information obtained by the diplomatic missions and consular offices of Romania abroad, so far, 73 Romanian citizens have been confirmed as infected with COVID-19 (coronavirus): 52 in Italy, 6 in Germany, 4 in Spain, 2 in Namibia, 2 in Indonesia, 3 in France and one in Tunisia, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Luxembourg. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic, up to this time, 12 Romanian citizens abroad, 8 in Italy, 2 in France, one in Germany and one in the United Kingdom, have died.