Date noi/29 de morți în Italia! 1128 de persoane infectate!
- 239 new cases and 8 new deaths in Italy. Among the 1,049 active cases, 401 (38%) are hospitalized, and 105 (10%) are in intensive care. [source]
- 4 new cases in Switzerland in the circle of the two children of an Italian family in Graubünden who tested positive last week. [source]
- 4 new cases in the Netherlands:
- 2: the daughter and wife of the patient hospitalized in Tilburg who had recently visited Lombardy, Italy. [source]
- 2: the "partner and the youngest child of the patient who is in home isolation in Diemen" [source]
- 1 new case in Croatia
- 3 new cases in the U.K: 2 had recently traveled to Italy, 1 to Asia. [source]
-- 1 in Gloucestershire
- 1 in Berkshire
- 1 in Hertfordshire
- 16 new cases in France including: [source]
3 health workers at the Tenon Hospital in Paris who were contaminated by a patient who is in intensive care since Feb. 21. [source]
“All public gatherings of more than 5,000 people in a confined space are temporarily banned across France,” Health Minister Olivier Veran told journalists. The Paris half-marathon scheduled for Sunday, March 1 has been cancelled as a consequence.
- 1 new case in Georgia: a Georgian citizen who, having returned from Iran and showing high fever, was immediately taken to Tbilisi Infectious Hospital from the border checkpoint. [source]
- 1 new case in Sweden, bringing the total to 12 in the country: 5 in Västra Götaland, 3 in the Stockholm region, 2 in the Jönköping Region, 2 in the Uppsala Region.
- 1 new case in Norway: an employee at the eye department at Ullevål University Hospital in Oslo, as tests were conducted on 4 staff members with symptoms after that, on Feb. 28, Covid-19 infection was confirmed in a staff member who had traveled to Northern Italy, showed symptoms on Sunday but still went to work on Monday and Tuesday. [source]
- 1 new case in Denmark: an employee at the Aarhus University Hospital in northern Denmark. [source]
- 5 new cases in Germany.
- Feb. 20: Italy's outbreak begins.
- Feb. 26: “We are at the beginning of a coronavirus epidemic in Germany,” said German Health Minister Jens Spahn, adding that infection chains can no longer be tracked in Germany [source] . The German government saw no need to advise its citizens against travel to Italy [source]
- Feb. 28: German government announced that travelers arriving from South Korea, Japan, Italy and Iran must declare their health status upon arrival. Passengers from China were already required to do so.
- 2 new cases in Austria, (where 1,649 tests were done, with 9, or 0.5%, testing positive) [source]
- A couple from the Korneuburg district in Lower Austria. The woman is now hospitalized, the man is isolated at home.
- 17 new cases in Spain [source]
Current distribution and new cases today (+):
13 in the Valencia area (+5)
10 in Madrid (+5)
8 in Andalusia (+2)
6 in Catalonia (+3)
6 in the Canary Islands
2 in Castile and León
3 in the Basque Country (+1)
2 in the Balearic Islands (+1)
0 in Aragon (previous confirmation retracted [source] )
New cases include:
- a woman in Majorca
- a 52-year-old woman in Girona who had recently traveled to Italy
- man in Sant Cugat del Vallès (north of Barcelona) "who was in intimate contact with one of the previously confirmed cases" as reported by health authorities.