The 14-day report shows that 46 cities and 306 rural towns have reached or exceed the 3 per thousand inhabitants incidence rate representing a threshold that attracts new restrictions for the respective localities, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) reported on Thursday.Of the 46 cities, 7 have an incidence of over 5 per thousand inhabitants. The highest values of COVID-19 incidence were recorded in:
- Horezu (Valcea county): 43 cases, incidence of 6.23;
- Negreti-Oas (Satu Mare county): 96 cases, incidence of 5.62;
- Viseu de Sus (Maramures county): 97 cases, incidence of 5.47;
- Slanic (Prahova county): 29, incidence of 5.44;
- Otopeni (Ilfov County); 108, incidence of 5.27
- Bragadiru (Ilfov county): 169 cases, incidence of 5.46.
- Bechet (Dolj county): 23 cases, incidence of 5.09;
Of the 266 rural towns, 74 have an incidence of SARS-CoV-2 infections of over 5 per thousand inhabitants. The highest values were recorded in:
- Catina (Cluj county): 20 cases, incidence of 12.08;
- Seica Mica (Sibiu county): 18 cases, incidence of 10.03;
- Ploscos (Cluj county): 6 cases, incidence of 9.66;
- Pojejena (Caras-Severin county): 26 cases, incidence of 9.47;
- Barsana (Maramures county): 41 cases, incidence of 9.1.
GCS reminds that, after a locality reaches an incidence of 3 per thousand inhabitants, it is necessary to convene the County Committees for Emergency Situations for the adoption of measures to prevent and limit the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, in accordance with the in force CNSU and Government.