Estonia’s latest 14-day coronavirus rate per 100,000 people is now 534.4.
274 or more than half of the new cases were found in Harju County, which is the hardest hit region in Estonia and also the most populous. 229 of them came to Tallinn.
Ida-Viru county, currently the second most affected region of the pandemic, has recorded 84 new cases of COVID-19, while Tartu county has recorded 39 cases.
Of the rest of Estonia, 22 cases were recorded in Pärnu County, 15 in Võru County, 12 in Rapla County and eight each in Lääne-Viru and Jõgeva counties.
There were five new cases in Viljandi County, four each in Järva and Lääne Counties, two in Põlva County and one new case each in Valga, Saaremaa and Hiiumaa counties, which means that in all 15 counties of Estonia in the last 24 hours new cases of coronavirus have been recorded.
Seven of the new coronavirus cases involved people with no official place of residence attached to their name.
According to the Health Board, 4,698 primary coronavirus tests were performed in the past 24 hours, with 487 regressive positive, a positive rate of around 10 percent.
The overall positive rate of tests since the pandemic began is slightly higher at 11.2 percent, according to the board.
391 people are being hospitalized for the virus, up from 14 the day before. 29 people are ventilated, two the day before, a total of 45 people in the intensive care unit (one the day before).
Forty-four new coronavirus cases opened in hospitals last day.
14 people were hospitalized less than the day before, which means there are a total of 391 coronary patients in hospitals. A total of 44 new COVID-19 cases were opened in hospitals during the day. There are 29 (31 one day earlier) and 45 (46 one day earlier) people with controlled breathing.
As of Saturday morning, 25,704 people in Estonia had received the coronavirus vaccine after 1,508 people had been vaccinated in the past 24 hours.
Around 2,400 of the total vaccine recipients had their second sting so far.
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