• March 7, 2021
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Four people infected with COVID-19 have died in Albania in the last 24 hours, bringing the death toll to 1,291. The victims’ age varies between 37 and 77.

670 new cases have been found in the meantime, bringing the total number of cases to 69,238.

505 people have recovered; 41,969 since the beginning of the pandemic.

There are currently 279 patients hospitalized with the virus, of which 24 are in intensive care, 5 are intubated in aggravated condition.

The distribution of new cases is as follows: Tiranë (262), Elbasan (29), Durrës (27), Fier (25), Lezhë (23), Vlorë (23), Krujë (21), Berat (16), Lushnje (15), Kavajë (14), Shkodër (13), Sarandë (12), Dibër (12), Himarë (12), Kurbin (11), Mat (11), Korçë (10), Kukës (10), Cerrik (10), Kamëz (9), Gjirokastër (9), Librazhd (8), Delvinë (8), Prrenjas (7), Shijak (7), Peqin (6), Mallakastër (5), Ura Vajgurore (5), Divjakë (5), Gramsh (5), Kuçovë (5), Pogradec (4), Tepelenë (4), Roskovec (4), Mirditë (3), Skrapar (3), Vorë (3), Patos (3), Memaliaj (2), Poliçan (2), and one case in Has, Rrogozhinë, Përmet, Kolonjë, Klos, Dropull, Konispol.

25,978 cases remain active in the country: Tirana (15156), Fier (1953), Durrës (1444), Shkodër (1330), Elbasan (1055), Vlorë (1019), Lezhë (962), Korçë (874), Berat (812), Dibër (506), Gjirokaster (502), and Kukës (375).

Reminder: In case you notice symptoms of the virus, call the National Emergency number 127.
Citizens can also call the Green Line at 0800 40 40 for psychological counselling or any information regarding COVID-19.

Credit: Exit.al