Last week, 110 PCR and 38 antigen tests were performed in the Bratislava region with a positive result. These numbers revealed several interesting facts. Out of a total of 148 cases, up to 106 persons were not vaccinated, 4 persons were partially vaccinated and 38 persons were properly vaccinated against COVID-19. The Regional Office of Public Health in Bratislava, which brought the data, also pointed out that 44 infected people had returned from abroad.
We carry the coronavirus from the Adriatic
Croatia is at the forefront of these statistics. Infected 17 people returned from the popular holiday destination of many Slovaks. The Slovak Sea, as it is called, is thus a sovereignly dominant country in this infamous ranking.
The second and third in order – Turkey and Bulgaria – have only 4 infected on their account. They are followed by Greece with 3. The Czech Republic, Germany, the United Kingdom, France and Spain have scored the same 2 infected holidaymakers. Ukraine, Macedonia, Kazakhstan, Serbia, Denmark and Hungary have one, with the latter being a commuter.
Source: SITA / Attila Balazs / MTI via AP
However, analysts from the Data without Pathos project consider these infected numbers to be very low due to mobility.
In addition, they point to some good news about coronavirus. “The share of fully vaccinated 14 days (after the 2nd dose) will rise from 1.2 million on 31 August to 2.1 million on 1 July,” stated. They also pointed out a study from the Czech Republic, according to which 50 percent of the population in our neighbors surpassed Covid-19, and according to analysts, it should be similar.
Third, they pointed out that we still have low numbers of infected people. There are currently about 100 infected people per 1 million inhabitants per week. “The combination of high penetration and average vaccination coverage to 45% gives Slovakia in heavily vaccinated districts a decent chance for a good DELTA wave,” concluded.