1,410 new coronavirus cases registered in Hungary
The number of active coronavirus cases in Hungary stands at 108,673, with 1,410 new cases and 98 new deaths registered since yesterday, according to data by government coronavirus information site koronavirus.gov.hu.
The death toll stands at 11,713.
The total number of confirmed cases stands at 355,662 up from 354,252 yesterday.
The number of recoveries has risen to 235,276.
Currently, 4,049 COVID-19 patients are hospitalized, 286 of whom are on ventilators.
So far 3,000,325 tests have been conducted at accredited laboratories. Some 19,932 people are currently in compulsory home quarantine.
Looking at all diagnosed cases until now, Budapest remains the most affected area of the entire country, with the number of cases (both active and inactive) reaching 66,347. Pest County is the second most affected, with 44,218 cases, followed by Győr-Moson-Sopron County (20,067 cases).
The number of curfew violations registered by authorities throughout the country so far has reached 27,645.
Some 134,554 people have been vaccinated until Wednesday night, and 4,030 of them have already received the second dose as well.
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