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Coronavirus: Four deaths as total case number passes 200,000 (updated) – Cyprus Mail

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Four people died from coronavirus on Saturday while a total of 3,959 new positive cases were recorded, the ministry of health said.
The four deaths bring the total since the start of the pandemic to 654.
The deaths refer to a 97-year-old woman who died in Larnaca hospital and an 82-year-old woman who died in Famagusta hospital. Two men also died, a 63-year-old in the Larnaca hosptial and an 82-year-old who was being treated in the Famagusta hospital. All four died on Saturday.
Of the total deaths so far 413 were men and 241 women.
Meanwhile, 224 patients are being treated for Covid in hospital, of which 83 are in a serious condition.
Of those in a serious condition 26 are intubated, seven are in the ICU but not on a ventilator and 50 are in a high dependency unit.
Of all hospital patients 77.05 per cent have no history of vaccination.
Eighteen post Covid patients continue to be treated in ICU.
A total of 152,238 rapid and PCR tests were carried out on Saturday, giving a positivity rate of 2.6 per cent.
Of the tests, 14,243 were PCR and the remaining 137,995 were rapid tests.
Among the 1,065 tests carried out on contacts of known cases 153 turned up positive while 72 positives were found among 4,062 tests carried out at the airports.
Meanwhile 767 positives were found from 8,534 tests taken on private initiative and 31 were found among 452 tests carried out at state hospitals.
Three cases were found among people sent for a test by their doctor.
Among the rapid tests 1,681 cases were found from the 73,232 tests carried out at private labs and pharmacies.
A further 1,253 were found among the 64,763 tests carried out at ministry testing sites.
Since the start of the pandemic a total of 201,360 positive cases have been recorded.
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