At midnight, 5,758 cases of coronary infection were registered in Norway, preliminary figures from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health show.
This is an increase of 118 cases last day. The last two days are the increase of 248 cases.
The figures are taken from the Communicable Diseases Notification System (MSIS) and show a preliminary overview.
A total of 308 people receive treatment at a covid-19 disease hospital, according to VG. It was night to Monday registered 71 dead as a result of the disease.
Key figures for the corona epidemic in Norway at 6 am on April 6:
* 71 people are reported dead from covid-19 disease. The average age of the 58 dead notified to FHI on Sunday morning was 84 years. The youngest was 51 years old, the oldest 102. 50 percent were men.
* 5,758 people have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, reports the Infectious Disease Notification System (MSIS), updated at 5 Monday morning.
* The average age of those registered to be infected at midnight on Saturday is 48 years and 50 percent are men.
* 55 percent have been infected in Norway. Eleven other countries are the source of infection: 12 percent in Austria, 6 percent in Spain and 3 percent in Italy. For 17 per cent, the site of infection is unknown.
* 1,149 of those registered infected on Sunday were born outside Norway. People born in Somalia make up the largest group of 290 registered cases of infection.
* A total of 308 corona patients were hospitalized overnight through Monday.
* 103 patients were treated for intensive care on Sunday.
* 237 were hospitalized in Health Southeast, 35 in Health West, 22 in Health Central Norway and 16 in Health North.
* The average age of intensive care inmates was 61 years on Thursday, and 75 percent were men.
* 108,709 people were tested for coronavirus on Saturday. About 5 percent of the tests are positive.
* As of Sunday morning, there are 2,207 hospital employees in the quarantine due to the coronavirus. 475 employees are registered infected, according to VG.
(Sources: Directorate of Health, Institute of Public Health, VG )