- Coronavirus (Covid-19)
- Covid-19 - Weekly health report for the Principality
Covid-19 - Weekly health report for the Principality
As of Sunday 29th January, since the beginning of the health crisis, the Principality's health balance sheet stood at 16,059 people affected by the coronavirus.
At the same time, 15,982 people have been declared cured.
Last week (from 23/01 to 29/01), 14 new Covid-19 positive cases were revealed.
As of Sunday 29 January, 7 people, including 4 residents, were hospitalised at the CHPG. None is being treated in intensive care.
As of Sunday evening, 5 people were being monitored by the Centre de Suivi à Domicile, which provides medical support to patients with few symptoms who have been advised to stay at home.
In order to comply with the practices adopted by the World Health Organisation and neighbouring countries in this matter, this health report only mentions resident persons affected by the coronavirus.
The Princely Government also communicates the figures relating to screening. These figures are as of Sunday 29 January.
- Number of tests performed on resident and non-resident patients between 23/01 and 29/01 inclusive: 655 PCR and antigenic tests.
- Positivity rate of tests performed on residents and non-residents: 5%.
- Incidence rate, i.e. the number of positive persons based on 100,000 persons over the past 7 days: 36 (43 the previous week).
You can consult the daily health report for the Principality on www.covid19.mc