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Greece’s Coronavirus Death Toll Rises to 76

Hospital beds. Photo Credit: AMNA

The death toll from the coronavirus rose to 76 on Monday after three male patients passed away.

The three patients were an 82-year-old man being treated at a Patra hospital, a 72-year-old in Alexandroupoli and a 78-year-old in Thessaloniki.

According to Sunday’s official update by the Health Ministry, a total of 1,735 cases of Covid-19 have been reported in the country.

Of these, 93 are intubated in Intensive Care Units. Ten Covid-19 patients have been discharged from hospitals.

As of April 4, Greece is ranked 43rd in the world regarding the number of diagnosed COVID-19 coronavirus cases, according to the latest international statistics.

Greece also has a low number of cases for every million inhabitants.

More specifically, Greece is 75th in the world, with 161 diagnosed cases for every million people. Greece is in 23rd place among the 27 EU member states.

In the Eurozone, only Slovakia has fewer recorded cases per million inhabitants than Greece.

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