Since the outbreak of the new coronavirus began, 50 residents have already died after contracting the virus in Monaco. The latest was a 95-year-old woman who tested positive for Covid-19 and was hospitalised. But sadly, she passed away on Saturday 12th February at the Princess Grace Hospital. The Prince’s Government extends its most sincere condolences to the family and friends of this person and assures them of its full support at this time of sorrow.
Covid-19 in the Principality
According to the latest statistics, 32 new positive cases of Covid-19 were identified in Monaco on Monday 14th February. This therefore brings the overall health figures for the Principality to 9,053 people affected by the Coronavirus since the beginning of the health crisis.
On Monday evening, 40 people were being treated in hospital: 38 people, including 33 residents, were provided in-patient care. Two other non-resident patients were in intensive care.
A total of 47 patients recovered from Covid-19 on February 14th. The total number of people who have recovered amounts to 8,796.
As of Monday evening, 99 people were being monitored by the Home Patient Follow-up Centre, which provides medical support to people with mild symptoms, who are invited to self-isolate at home.
Vaccination and testing for Covid-19 in Monaco
The Government of Monaco also reports data relating to screening. The figures are up to date including Sunday 13th February.
The number of Covid-19 tests taken from resident and non-resident patients between 07/02 and 13/02 inclusive is 4,142; namely PCR and antigenic tests combined.
The frequency of positive test results taken from residents and non-residents is 9.58%.
The incidence rate, i.e. the number of positive people per 100,000 people in Monaco in the last 7 days, is 655, which is half the rate of the previous week when the number was 1,205.