Czech Republic reports 14,054 new Covid-19 cases, daily tally back near peaks
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Nevin Al Sukari – Sana'a – A man dressed as an angel walks across the Old Town Square amid the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak in Prague, Czech Republic, December 20, 2020. — Reuters pic
PRAGUE, Dec 24 — The Czech Republic recorded 14,054 new Covid-19 cases yesterday, its largest daily tally since Nov. 4 as a spike in infections approaches previous peaks, the Health Ministry reported today.
The Czech government announced on Wednesday it would shift to the highest level of its risk index from Sunday, triggering tighter restrictions that include closing non-essential shops, ski lifts and imposing stricter curfew and gathering rules.
Daily infections are again nearing peaks of above 15,000 a day seen in October and November and the seven-day test positivity rate has risen this week to almost 29%.
The government is seeking to keep the strain off hospitals with the number of Covid-19 patients currently needing care at 4,836, after peaking at over 8,000 last month.
Deaths related to Covid-19 have jumped amid the second wave of the pandemic, increasing more than 15-fold since the start of October to a total of 10,776 as yesterday.
In total, the country of 10.7 million has reported 660,461 confirmed cases of the disease. — Reuters
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