One week as a corona-free nation
The Faroe Islands have now been entirely free of the coronavirus for one week.
The Faroese corona case was registered on 3 March when a man from Hoyvík tested COVID-19 positive after returning from a trip to Paris.
Fifty days later, on 22 April, the last corona cases were registered when two people who arrived in the country by air tested positive.
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March 16 was the worst corona day, with 19 positive tests.
The 20-29 age group features most prominently in the corona stats, with 43 cases. Next up is the 50-59 group (36), followed by the 40-49s (32), the 10-19s (21), the 30-39s (18), the 60-69s (17), the 0-9s (11), the 70-79s (5) and 80+ (4).
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Suðurstreymoy has the highest number of cases, with 95, followed by Norðoyggjar (45), Eysturoy (21), Vágar (12), Norðstreymoy (11) and Sandoy and Suðuroy combined (3). Figures below three are not announced.
The gender split among those infected is 57% women and 43% men. For more information about the corona situation in the Faroe Islands, visit corona.fo.
Translated by prosa.fo