From Iceland — COVID-19 Roundup: 9 New Cases

COVID-19 Roundup: 9 New Cases

Published November 24, 2020

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Nine new cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed domestically yesterday. Five of them were already in quarantine at the time of diagnosis.

There are currently 43 people in hospital, 2 of whom are in intensive care. This is down from yesterday’s number of 45 in hospital, with 2 in intensive care.

Seven people have been diagnosed at the border, and are awaiting the results of antibody tests.

There are 186 in isolation, down from 198 yesterday; and 246 in quarantine, compared to 220 yesterday.

The current incidence of domestic infections stands at 40.1 per 100,000, which is a slight increase from the 39.5 over the past two weeks. The border infection rate remains 11.5.

5,298 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 since the beginning of the epidemic, and 26 people have died.

More information about the epidemic can be found at and below. Note that data offered in non-Icelandic languages may not be updated at the time of this writing.

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