COVID-19 situation gets better in Belgium

In Belgium, the number of individuals getting admitted by getting infected by the COVID-19 to health care centres has been decreased from 20 percent in the last seven days.

As per the figures provided by the Sciensano Public Health Institute on Saturday, an average of 172 of the patients affected by the COVID-19 infection were admitted to the hospitals on a per-day basis.

The number shows that the majority of the people who face death inside the hospital because of the COVID infection, not the people who die because of some other issue and then get positive from the virus.

On 25 February, Friday, a maximum number of 2,503 individuals were admissions to the hospitals of Belgium because of the virus, which is fewer than 104 from Thursday 24 February.

Along with this, 250 of the individuals were getting treatment in intensive care, and 155 patients were on a ventilator.

In addition, this number includes the people who have been tested positive from the COVID-19, such as those who were first admitted to the hospital with different health issues.

There are 7,702 of the latest cases of the COVID-19 infection were observed on a daily basis between 16 to 22 February, there is a 35 percent of the downfall since the previous week.

Currently, the variant of the COVID-19 Omicron for about 63.6 percent of the majority of the cases, which is also decreased by 11 percent from the last week. The sub-variant of the Omicron BA.2 variant is around 30 percent.

On the other hand, the Reproduction rate continues to steady at 0.82. This depicts the information that the average number of the individuals that get in contact with the virus from every infected person as well as when it is below 1. This means that the epidemic is going to end in Belgium.

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