The latest figures from the Ministry of Health show that 74 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the last 24 hours. This brings the total number of cases to 5,483, while the number of deaths remains at 111.
333,457 tests have been carried out in Luxembourg since the start of the outbreak, a rise of 7,716 since yesterday.
63 of the cases in the past 24 hours came from residents of the Grand Duchy, with 11 non-residents testing positive.
As a reminder, only the daily number of tests, positive cases and deaths are reported at the weekend.
On Friday, Luxembourg had 965 active infections. Four people were in intensive care, with 35 in standard care. 988 patients have left the hospital since the start of the pandemic.
The effective reproduction rate (Rt_eff) was at 1.26, while the (Rt) reproduction rate stood at 1.38.
Earlier today, Minister of Health Paulette Lenert admitted that the government did not foresee a second outbreak of this sort, while Professor Claude P. Muller of the Luxembourg Institute of Health outlined why he believes new restrictions are necessary.
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