4,902 new COVID cases registered between Mar 11-15

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Some 4,902 new COVID cases were registered in Hungary between March 11-15, bringing the total number of identified infections since the start of the epidemic to 1,819,264, according to data by koronavirus.gov.hu.

Some 178 people died between Friday-Tuesday due to COVID-related causes, bringing the total number of deaths since the beginning of the pandemic to 44,831.

The number of recovered persons has reached 1,663,907, and the number of active infections now stands at 110,526.

A total of 2,259 patients infected with coronavirus are hospitalized, 101 of them are on ventilators. 

The total number of vaccinated persons is 6,399,413, of whom 6,180,406 have already had their second vaccination and 3,829,875 have already had their booster jabs.

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