Greece saw 134 COVID-19 fatalities in the last 48 hours, health authorities announced Monday.
With the new numbers – after no figures were released Sunday – the country's overall death toll has now reached 10,587 since the start of the pandemic, while 95.4% of those that died either had some underlying disease or were over 70, health authorities said.
A total of 797 patients remained in ventilators with an average age at 68.
The nationwide case tally stands at 348,568 after 2,146 new COVID-19 infections were recorded in the last 48 hours.
The Attica region still has the highest number of cases with 1,022 new infections, while Thessaloniki counted 302 cases.
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