COVID-19 cases witnesses significant drop in Belgium: Reports

In Belgium, on Friday, the indicators of the COVID-19 show a downward trend. The nation has a thought to change and is looking to switch the code yellow on its barometer at the Consultative Committee.

As per the latest figures published by the Sciensano Public Health Institute, on Tuesday, an average of 6,625 new infections were noticed on a per-day basis from 19 to 25 February. There is a reduction of 31 percent that the last week.

Moreover, a similar trend has been observed in the number of the tests, 38,500 of the tests were carried out. The positivity ratio in the same period was 19.9 percent, meaning that just under one in five tests were positive.

All of the people that got infected by the variant of the COVID-19 to the Omicron variant as well as its sub-variant BA.2.

Along with this, the Delta variant has completely lost from Belgium.

The health care centre also resumes to improve since the cases of the COVID-19 is decreasing, which is helpful in the relaxation in the ‘code yellow,’ set out by the Consultative Committee at the beginning of the current year.

In addition, there are around 143 COVID-19 patients were admitted to the health care centre on a per-day basis. There is a decrease of 32 percent as compared to the week before.

Furthermore, this number reflects how many individuals died in the hospital by getting infected due to the virus, excluding the people that are infected with another situation as well as then test positive for the COVID infection.

However, 2,319 of the people infected with the COVID-19 infection are present in the health care centre in Belgium, and there is 23 percent than to the previous week.

On the other hand, these figures involved all of the people who have been tested positive from the COVID-19, which also includes the person who was admitted with a different issue.

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