The death toll from coronation in Greece has reached 146, as an 88-year-old woman who was hospitalized in “Attikon” hospital ended up in the early hours of Monday, while as it became known, a 50-year-old Roma man ended up in Larissa at noon of the same day.
The 50-year-old was diagnosed with the virus and was initially treated in a negative pressure ward at the University General Hospital of Larissa. His condition worsened and he was admitted to the ICU, where he ended up today.
It is recalled that in the early hours of Monday, an 88-year-old woman who was hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit lost her life. The 88-year-old had underlying diseases.
On Sunday, Undersecretary of Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias presented detailed statistics on the corona pandemic in Greece.
To date, 2,626 cases of coronavirus have been reported.
More than half of them, 55.9%, are located in Attica, with 237 of them in accommodation structures or settlements in special population groups.
From there on, 198 cases follow in Central Macedonia, 160 in Western Macedonia, 125 in floating media, 94 in Western Greece, 93 in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace and less in the rest of the regions.
At the level of Regional Units, there were no cases in Evritania, Laconia and Fokida, while in the cities across the country, Kastoria with 85, Kozani with 71, Larissa with 50 and Ilia with 48 had the most cases.
In the first 15 groups of municipalities:
- Municipality of Athens 314
- Kifissia 116
- Thessaloniki 85
- Kastoria 79
- Filotheis – Psychikou 73
- Piraeus 79
- Chalandriou 52
- Glyfada 59
- Peristeri 46
- Larissa 42
- Patraion 38
- Nea Smyrni 37
- Maroussi 36
- Nea Ionia 35
- Xanthi 34
Of these municipalities, seven and specifically Kifissia, Kastoria, Filothei-Psychiko, Chalandri, Xanthi and Nea Ionia Attica are of intense epidemiological interest due to the peculiarity of the local diaspora and the number of cases with the total population of the municipality.