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Data on COVID-19 epidemic in Slovenia

Data on COVID-19 epidemic are collected by Ministry of Health and National Institute for Public health. Data are collected daily until midnight and published on next day until noon.

7-day incidence per 100 000 population (Slovenia and regions)

Source: National institute of public health, 11. 4. 2021

14-day incidence per 100,000 population (Slovenia and regions)

Source: National Institute of public health, 11. 4. 2021

Graphical display of persons positive on coronavirus, hospitalized persons and those in intensive care, discharged persons (since 19 October 2020) and total number of deaths (since 12 March 2020)

20 October 2020: The total number of positive cases has increased by two cases as they were subsequently reported by the NIPH in its epidemiological report.
21 October 2020: The total number of positive cases has increased by one case subsequently reported by the NIPH.
26 October 2020: The total number of positive cases is higher by one as in its epidemiological report the NIPH subsequently reported 1,116 positive cases on 25 October.
15 November 2020: On 14 November one more death was recorded than previously published.
22 November 2020: The total number of tests has increased by two as the number of tests reported on 21 November was subsequently changed from 3,432 to 3,434.
25 November 2020: The total number is one case lower due to the subsequent corrections in the laboratory report.
27 November 2020: The total number of cases is lower due to the subsequent correction in the laboratory report for the previous day from 72,520 to 72,512.
29 November 2020: The total number of tests has increased by five as the laboratories subsequently reported that in the report for 28 November the total number of tests had been 515,877 and not 515,872 as reported the previous day.
3 December 2020: The total number of positive cases was increased by two and adjusted to the total number of cases reported by the National Institute of Public Health, which also includes cases of coronavirus tests carried out abroad in its report.
18 December 2020: Adding to the total number of deaths, one more was reported yesterday, 17 December 2020 at 16:55, through EPI DSO NIJZ for 16 December 2020.
20 December 2020: The total number of positive cases harmonised with the NIJZ report for 19 December 2020 amounts to 105,899 cases rather than 105,866.
21 December 2020: The total number of positive cases was harmonised with the report of the National Institute of Public Health (NIPH) for 20 December 2020 and amounts to 106,294 cases rather than 106,296.
24 December 2020: The total number of deaths has increased by two cases, which were added to the NIPH epidemiological report on homes for the elderly for 22 December 2020 at a later date.
25 December 2020: The total number of cases includes one subsequently confirmed case from the final NIPH report for 23 December 2020. The total number of deaths includes one subsequently reported case from the final NIPH epidemiological report on homes for the elderly for 23 December 2020.
27 December 2020: The total number of deaths includes a death that was subsequently reported in the epidemiological report on homes for the elderly for 25 December 2020.
9 February 2021: the Ministry of Health has harmonised its records with the data provided by the National Public Health Institute on a regular weekly basis. The National Public Health Institute records officially refer to the entirety of Slovenia, as all health care services providers are obliged to report to the institute. Data collected at the Ministry of Health is not official data because it is based on incomplete daily reports provided by hospitals, nursing homes (data about patients, those discharged from hospitals, and the deceased) and the National Public Health Institute (daily data on testing and infections discovered).
14 February 2021: On 13 February an error occurred while reporting data for 12 February, i.e. with regard to the number of hospitalised patients and the number of patients in intensive care. The accurate data for 12 February 2021 is: the number of hospitalised patients (total, on that day): 739, the number of patients in intensive care (total, on that day): 148
16 February 2021: The Ministry of Health has harmonised its records with the data provided by the National Public Health Institute on a regular weekly basis.
23 February 2021: The Ministry of Health has harmonised its records with the data provided by the National Public Health Institute on a regular weekly basis.
2 March 2021: The Ministry of Health has harmonised its records with the data provided by the National Public Health Institute on a regular weekly basis.
8 March 2021: The Ministry of Health has harmonised its records with the data provided by the National Public Health Institute on a regular weekly basis.
15 March 2021: The Ministry of Health has harmonised its records with the data provided by the National Public Health Institute on a regular weekly basis.
22 March 2021: The Ministry of Health has harmonised its records with the data provided by the National Public Health Institute on a regular weekly basis.
29 March 2021: The Ministry of Health has harmonised its records with the data provided by the National Public Health Institute on a regular weekly basis.
05 April 2021: The Ministry of Health has harmonised its records with the data provided by the National Public Health Institute on a regular weekly basis.