Belgium: Number of COVID patients in ICU decreases

In Belgium, the maximum number of individuals affected by the COVID-19 infection is being provided with the treatment in the intensive care unit has been showing a downfall of below 300, which was the first time.

As per the information provided by the Sciensano Public Health Institute on Wednesday, till the end of the month of October in the previous year, 194.1 of the patients have been suffering from the Covid-19 infection were admitted to the health care centre from 16 to 22 February, is showing a 26 percent decrease since the last seven days.

Additionally, this data depicts the information that the maximum number of the individuals who died in the health care centre by getting affected from the COVID-19 variant, not the people that are hospitalized with the other health condition and then tested positive for the infection.

On 22 February, Tuesday, around 287 of the individuals have been getting the treatment in the intensive care unit, 28 less as compared to Monday.

Whereas 127 (-9) individuals admitted to the hospital were on the ventilator. On the other hand, 2,823 of the people were in the Belgian hospitals due to the infection.

The figures that the sources have shared include the individuals who tested positive for the COVID-19 infection. It involves all of the people who were first admitted with a different health issue.

Along with this, 38.4 of the Covid-19 infected people have faced death per day, decreasing by 18 percent since the previous week.

From the beginning of the pandemic, the maximum number of deaths in Belgium to 30,040.

Over 6.93 million individuals have already got the booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Furthermore, all of the adults can get the booster dose by the month of March 2022.

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