According to the weekly epidemiological bulletin, the number of confirmed cases of infection decreased by 811 from the previous week, with a 39-death reduction between the two periods. According to the DGS bulletin, the seven-day incidence was 762 cases per 100,000 inhabitants on Monday, a 1% decrease from the previous week, while the transmissibility index (Rt) was 1.02, up from 0.99 in the previous report. Between March 8 and 14, Lisbon and Vale do Tejo recorded a total of 31,950 cases, 1,228 more than the previous period, and 36 deaths, less 18.
In the North, there were 13,103 cases of infection, 194 more than the previous week, and 25 deaths, minus 13, while in the Centre, there were 15,894 infections (902 minus) and 38 deaths (7 minus).According to the DGS, the age group of young people between the ages of 10 and 19 had the highest number of cases within seven days (13,409), followed by people between the ages of 20 and 29 (10,879), and the elderly over the age of 80 had the fewest infections (3,932).Of the total admissions, 503 were elderly people over the age of 80, followed by those between the ages of 70 and 79 (244) and those between the ages of 60 and 69 (242). (151).