56 new COVID-19 cases
Of those 56 diagnosed to carry a SARS-CoV-2 virus, 49 showed symptoms of the infection, the remaining seven were either in quarantine or underwent a random test.
Only one case was diagnosed at the border, while another awaits a test for the presence of the antibodies.
The new 14-days incidence rate per 100.000 inhabitants, domestic is 42.5; while the border cases rate is 16.9.
The day before yesterday, 38 new cases were diagnosed, and it was the largest number this year. Until then, it was on the 18th of April which held the first spot, when 27 incidents were confirmed.
The Civil Protection is encouraging the residents who return from abroad to undergo a voluntary COVID test soon after arrival and to keep a distance from others until the results for the presence of the virus are negative.