Infection rate dips below 50 per 100,000

20.11.2020 - 12:05
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 Mynd: Guðmundur Bergkvist - RÚV
Ten new COVID-19 cases were diagnosed domestically yesterday, including six who were already in quarantine. The 14-day infection rate per 100,000 people has dropped rapidly in recent days and now stands at 48.5. It is at its lowest rate since mid-September, when the third wave was just starting.

52 people are in hospital with the coronavirus, including two in intensive care. 232 people are in isolation and 318 in quarantine. 622 tests were processed domestically yesterday.

299 passengers arriving in the country were tested yesterday, and seven came back positive. Two of those people are waiting for antibody test results. Two others were found to have immunity from a previous infection. 

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