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Daily rise in Czech Republic Covid-19 cases down significantly from last week

November 10th, 2020

The Czech Republic saw 6,048 new confirmed coronavirus cases on Monday, which is some 3,200 fewer than a week ago and the lowest daily rise on workdays in the past four weeks, according to data released by the Health Ministry. More than 155,000 people are currently infected, 7,800 of whom in hospital. The Covid-related death toll has exceeded 5,000 in Czechia. Public health offices revealed a lower number of new coronavirus cases last time on Sunday, October 18, and when it comes to workdays, on Monday, October 12. However, the number of new cases is related to the testing intensity. On Sunday, the lowest number of new infections was reported, but also the lowest number of tests in four weeks.


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