COVID-19 pandemic in Moldova

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COVID-19 pandemic in Moldova
Republic of Moldova Map of the regions affected by COVID-19.svg
Map of cases of COVID-19 in Moldova
(19 July 2020)
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationRepublic of Moldova
First outbreakWuhan, China
Index caseChișinău
Arrival date7 March 2020[1]
(4 months, 4 weeks and 1 day)
Confirmed cases21,798[2][3]
Active cases6,230
Suspected cases235[3]
Recovered14,856[2][3]
Deaths
712[2][3]
Government website
National Agency for Public Health: epidemiological situation related to COVID-19
Suspected cases have not been confirmed as being due to this strain by laboratory tests, although some other strains may have been ruled out.

The COVID-19 pandemic in Moldova is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The virus was confirmed to have reached the Republic of Moldova on 7 March 2020, when a Moldovan woman that returned from Italy was tested positive for the novel coronavirus. As the number of infected people started to rise during the next days, on 17 March 2020 the Parliament declared the state of emergency for the entire territory of the Republic of Moldova for a period of 60 days (17 March - 15 May 2020). On 18 March 2020 the first death caused by COVID-19 was registered. On 23 March 2020 the total number of confirmed cases surpassed 100 and on 7 April 2020 this number exceeded 1000. By 10 April 2020, cases had been confirmed in all the regions of the country, including the Transnistrian region. On 27 April 2020, the total number of deaths surpassed 100.

On 15 May 2020, in the last day of the state of emergency declared by the Parliament on 17 March 2020, the Extraordinary National Commission of Public Health declared the state of emergency in public health for the entire territory of the Republic of Moldova for the period of 16 May - 30 June 2020. On 9 June 2020 the total number of confirmed cases surpassed 10,000. On 25 June 2020 the total number of deaths surpassed 500. On 15 July 2020 the total number of confirmed cases surpassed 20,000. Until 22 July 2020, there have been registered 21,798 confirmed cases in the Republic of Moldova, out of which 14,856 patients recovered and 712 persons with COVID-19 died.

Background[edit]

On 12 January, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, who had initially come to the attention of the WHO on 31 December 2019.[4][5]

Unlike SARS of 2003, the case fatality ratio for COVID-19 [6][7] has been much lower, but the transmission has been significantly greater, with a significant total death toll.[8][6]

Timeline[edit]

COVID-19 cases in Moldova  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases

Mar Mar Apr Apr May May Jun Jun Jul Jul Aug Aug Last 15 days Last 15 days

Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-03-07
1(n.a.)
1(=)
2020-03-10
3(+200.0%)
2020-03-11
4(+33.3%)
2020-03-12
6(+50.0%)
2020-03-13
8(+33.3%)
2020-03-14
12(+50.0%)
2020-03-15
23(+91.7%)
2020-03-16
29(+26.1%)
2020-03-17
30(+3.4%)
2020-03-18
36(+20.0%) 1(n.a.)
2020-03-19
49(+36.1%) 1(=)
2020-03-20
66(+34.7%) 1(=)
2020-03-21
80(+21.2%) 1(=)
2020-03-22
94(+17.5%) 1(=)
2020-03-23
109(+16.0%) 1(=)
2020-03-24
125(+14.7%) 1(=)
2020-03-25
149(+19.2%) 1(=)
2020-03-26
177(+18.8%) 1(=)
2020-03-27
199(+12.4%) 2(+100.0%)
2020-03-28
231(+16.1%) 2(=)
2020-03-29
263(+13.9%) 3(+50.0%)
2020-03-30
298(+13.3%) 3(=)
2020-03-31
353(+18.5%) 4(+33.3%)
2020-04-01
423(+19.8%) 5(+25.0%)
2020-04-02
505(+19.4%) 6(+20.0%)
2020-04-03
591(+17.0%) 8(+33.3%)
2020-04-04
752(+27.2%) 12(+50.0%)
2020-04-05
864(+14.9%) 15(+25.0%)
2020-04-06
965(+11.7%) 19(+26.7%)
2020-04-07
1,056(+9.4%) 22(+15.8%)
2020-04-08
1,174(+11.2%) 27(+22.7%)
2020-04-09
1,289(+9.8%) 29(+7.4%)
2020-04-10
1,438(+11.6%) 29(=)
2020-04-11
1,560(+8.5%) 30(+3.4%)
2020-04-12
1,662(+6.5%) 32(+6.7%)
2020-04-13
1,712(+3.0%) 36(+12.5%)
2020-04-14
1,799(+5.1%) 40(+11.1%)
2020-04-15
1,914(+6.4%) 46(+15.0%)
2020-04-16
2,019(+5.5%) 54(+17.4%)
2020-04-17
2,129(+5.4%) 56(+3.7%)
2020-04-18
2,282(+7.2%) 60(+7.1%)
2020-04-19
2,472(+8.3%) 67(+11.7%)
2020-04-20
2,548(+3.1%) 70(+4.5%)
2020-04-21
2,614(+2.6%) 73(+4.3%)
2020-04-22
2,778(+6.3%) 76(+4.1%)
2020-04-23
2,926(+5.3%) 80(+5.3%)
2020-04-24
3,110(+6.3%) 87(+8.8%)
2020-04-25
3,304(+6.2%) 94(+8.0%)
2020-04-26
3,408(+3.1%) 96(+2.1%)
2020-04-27
3,481(+2.1%) 102(+6.3%)
2020-04-28
3,638(+4.5%) 107(+4.9%)
2020-04-29
3,771(+3.7%) 111(+3.7%)
2020-04-30
3,897(+3.3%) 119(+7.2%)
2020-05-01
3,980(+2.1%) 122(+2.5%)
2020-05-02
4,052(+1.8%) 124(+1.6%)
2020-05-03
4,121(+1.7%) 125(+0.8%)
2020-05-04
4,248(+3.1%) 132(+5.6%)
2020-05-05
4,363(+2.7%) 136(+3.0%)
2020-05-06
4,476(+2.6%) 143(+5.1%)
2020-05-07
4,605(+2.9%) 145(+1.4%)
2020-05-08
4,728(+2.7%) 152(+4.8%)
2020-05-09
4,867(+2.9%) 161(+5.9%)
2020-05-10
4,927(+1.2%) 169(+5.0%)
2020-05-11
4,995(+1.4%) 176(+4.1%)
2020-05-12
5,154(+3.2%) 182(+3.4%)
2020-05-13
5,406(+4.9%) 185(+1.6%)
2020-05-14
5,553(+2.7%) 194(+4.9%)
2020-05-15
5,745(+3.5%) 202(+4.1%)
2020-05-16
5,934(+3.3%) 207(+2.5%)
2020-05-17
6,060(+2.1%) 211(+1.9%)
2020-05-18
6,138(+1.3%) 217(+2.8%)
2020-05-19
6,340(+3.3%) 221(+1.8%)
2020-05-20
6,553(+3.4%) 228(+3.2%)
2020-05-21
6,704(+2.3%) 233(+2.2%)
2020-05-22
6,847(+2.1%) 237(+1.7%)
2020-05-23
6,994(+2.1%) 242(+2.1%)
2020-05-24
7,093(+1.4%) 250(+3.3%)
2020-05-25
7,147(+0.8%) 261(+4.4%)
2020-05-26
7,305(+2.2%) 268(+2.7%)
2020-05-27
7,537(+3.2%) 274(+2.2%)
2020-05-28
7,725(+2.5%) 282(+2.9%)
2020-05-29
7,896(+2.2%) 288(+2.1%)
2020-05-30
8,098(+2.6%) 291(+1.0%)
2020-05-31
8,251(+1.9%) 295(+1.4%)
2020-06-01
8,360(+1.3%) 305(+3.4%)
2020-06-02
8,548(+2.2%) 307(+0.7%)
2020-06-03
8,795(+2.9%) 310(+1.0%)
2020-06-04
9,018(+2.5%) 315(+1.6%)
2020-06-05
9,247(+2.5%) 323(+2.5%)
2020-06-06
9,511(+2.9%) 331(+2.5%)
2020-06-07
9,700(+2.0%) 341(+3.0%)
2020-06-08
9,807(+1.1%) 353(+3.5%)
2020-06-09
10,025(+2.2%) 365(+3.4%)
2020-06-10
10,321(+3.0%) 371(+1.6%)
2020-06-11
10,727(+3.9%) 375(+1.1%)
2020-06-12
11,093(+3.4%) 385(+2.7%)
2020-06-13
11,459(+3.3%) 398(+3.4%)
2020-06-14
11,740(+2.5%) 406(+2.0%)
2020-06-15
11,879(+1.2%) 411(+1.2%)
2020-06-16
12,254(+3.2%) 423(+2.9%)
2020-06-17
12,732(+3.9%) 433(+2.4%)
2020-06-18
13,106(+2.9%) 444(+2.5%)
2020-06-19
13,556(+3.4%) 450(+1.4%)
2020-06-20
13,953(+2.9%) 464(+3.1%)
2020-06-21
14,200(+1.8%) 473(+1.9%)
2020-06-22
14,363(+1.1%) 480(+1.5%)
2020-06-23
14,714(+2.4%) 490(+2.1%)
2020-06-24
15,078(+2.5%) 495(+1.0%)
2020-06-25
15,453(+2.5%) 502(+1.4%)
2020-06-26
15,776(+2.1%) 515(+2.6%)
2020-06-27
16,080(+1.9%) 521(+1.2%)
2020-06-28
16,250(+1.1%) 530(+1.7%)
2020-06-29
16,357(+0.7%) 536(+1.1%)
2020-06-30
16,613(+1.6%) 545(+1.7%)
2020-07-01
16,898(+1.7%) 549(+0.7%)
2020-07-02
17,150(+1.5%) 560(+2.0%)
2020-07-03
17,445(+1.7%) 573(+2.3%)
2020-07-04
17,672(+1.3%) 580(+1.2%)
2020-07-05
17,814(+0.8%) 585(+0.9%)
2020-07-06
17,906(+0.5%) 595(+1.7%)
2020-07-07
18,141(+1.3%) 603(+1.3%)
2020-07-08
18,471(+1.8%) 614(+1.8%)
2020-07-09
18,666(+1.1%) 624(+1.6%)
2020-07-10
18,924(+1.4%) 635(+1.8%)
2020-07-11
19,208(+1.5%) 640(+0.8%)
2020-07-12
19,382(+0.9%) 642(+0.3%)
2020-07-13
19,439(+0.3%) 649(+1.1%)
2020-07-14
19,708(+1.4%) 655(+0.9%)
2020-07-15
20,040(+1.7%) 659(+0.6%)
2020-07-16
20,264(+1.1%) 666(+1.1%)
2020-07-17
20,494(+1.1%) 675(+1.4%)
2020-07-18
20,794(+1.5%) 680(+0.7%)
2020-07-19
20,980(+0.9%) 684(+0.6%)
2020-07-20
21,115(+0.6%) 694(+1.5%)
2020-07-21
21,442(+1.5%) 707(+1.9%)
2020-07-22
21,798(+1.7%) 712(+0.7%)
Sources:
  • The press releases of the Minister of Health, Labour and Social Protection of the Republic of Moldova [1].
  • The ArcGIS Dashboard for the real-time monitoring of COVID-19 cases in the Republic of Moldova [2]


Before 24 February 2020[edit]

  • 23 January 2020: in the context of prevention and early detection of 2019-nCoV, the management of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection and representatives of the National Agency for Public Health and the National Center for Pre-hospital Emergency Medical Assistance had a meeting with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Republic of Moldova, Mr. Zhang Yinghong. During the meeting, vigilance and preventive measures related to the spread of the virus were discussed. The Ambassador showed openness to provide all the necessary information support to Moldova regarding the evolution of the new coronavirus spread and the steps taken by the Chinese authorities.[9]
  • 24 January 2020: the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection issued the first press-release on the prevention and control measures related to the infection with the new type of Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). In the press-release, it was stated that the epidemiological situation at national level regarding the infection with 2019-nCoV is daily monitored by the National Agency for Public Health, and if there are suspect or detected cases of 2019-nCoV, specialized anti-epidemic teams are ready to intervene. It was also stated that the virology laboratory within the National Agency for Public Health has facilities, equipment and trained personnel for laboratory diagnosis of the most common viruses: influenza (A and B), non-influenza (RSV, Coronavirus, including MERS-CoV) and bacteria (Pneumococcus, Haemophilus influenzae type B, staphylococcus) to confirm acute respiratory infections.[9]
  • 27 January 2020: the Minister of Health, Labour and Social Protection Mrs. Viorica Dumbrăveanu convened an extended meeting of the Commission for Exceptional Situations and Public Health Emergencies of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection. This meeting was also attended by representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Finance, the General Inspectorate of Border Police, the Customs Service, the National Insurance Company in Medicine, the National Food Safety Agency and the National Agency for Public Health. Participants discussed the measures to prevent and control the infection with the new type Coronavirus (2019-nCov), based on the epidemiological situation and the global spread of the infection.[10]
  • 2 February 2020: the Extraordinary National Commission of Public Health was convened by the Prime Minister Mr. Ion Chicu.[11] The commission has examined the information presented by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection and found that the epidemiological situation related to the infection with the novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is tense, which has led the World Health Organization to declare a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. The commission adopted the Decision No. 1 which provides, inter alia, that risk assessment for public health will continue to be carried out with the attribution, if necessary, of the alert code resulting from the epidemiological situation related to the infection with the new Coronavirus (2019-nCoV).[12]
  • 18 February 2020: the National Agency for Public Health received from Germany, with the support of the World Health Organization, test kits to detect the virus that causes COVID-19.[13][14]

Code yellow alert (24 February – 7 March 2020)[edit]

  • 24 February 2020: the Extraordinary National Commission of Public Health was convened by the Prime-minister Mr. Ion Chicu.[15] The commission adopted the Decision No. 2 which provides, inter alia, the establishment of the Code Yellow alert at national level in the context of the epidemiological situation related to COVID-19 infection and considering the possible risk for a public health emergency.[12][16]
  • 25 February 2020: the Republic of Moldova has put into action some anti-coronavirus measures.[17] The Minister of Health, Labour and Social Protection, Mrs. Viorica Dumbrăveanu, convened in a meeting the representatives of the public medical-sanitary institutions, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the General Inspectorate of Border Police and the National Center for Pre-hospital Emergency Medical Assistance. During the meeting was examined the activity of the National Agency for Public Health, in its quality of International Health Regulations (IHR) National Focal Point, regarding the control and prevention at national level of the infection with the new type of Coronavirus and the future measures to be taken. On that meeting, the Minister of Health, Labour and Social Protection declared that starting from that day (25 February 2020), the authorities will meet every day at 7:30 AM and will provide information on what happened during the last 24 hours, what measures have been taken and what are the difficulties. It was decided that these meetings will take place as long as there is a risk of importing and spreading the new type of coronavirus.[18]
  • 26 February 2020: the customers of Moldovan mobile phone operators received from the Government an SMS on precautionary measures to prevent the infection with the new coronavirus. The message was the following: "Take care of your health. Call immediately your family doctor if you have a fever or cough. If you have returned from areas with Coronavirus and are feeling unwell, call 112" (the original message in Romanian: "Aveti grija de sanatate. Sunati imediat medicul de familie daca aveti febra sau tuse. Daca V-ati intors din zone cu Coronavirus si Va simtiti rau, sunati 112"). This action to inform the population was carried out at the initiative of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection, within the national information campaign on the prevention of the coronavirus infection. In order to answer to many speculations related to the question "Where does the Government get the phone numbers from?", the above-mentioned Ministry explained that this initiative was a free social action organized in partnership with the Moldovan mobile phone operators.[19]

The first case (7 March 2020)[edit]

The first coronavirus case in the Republic of Moldova was announced on 7 March 2020. The infected person is a 48-year-old woman who had returned to Moldova from Italy with the flight Milano-Chisinau. She had been taken to hospital immediately from the plane, being in a serious condition: bilateral bronchopneumonia, acute respiratory failure, fever, cough, general weakness. She suffers from a few chronical illnesses: diabetes, overweight and hypertension.[1] According to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection of Moldova, she was diagnosed with bilateral bronchopneumonia, fever and cough on 4 March in Italy. She was prescribed antibiotic treatment at home and put in home quarantine pending confirmation of a new type of coronavirus infection, but she decided to return to Moldova.[20]

Code orange alert (8–12 March 2020)[edit]

  • 8 March 2020: the Extraordinary National Commission of Public Health established the Code Orange alert at national level in the context of the epidemiological situation related to COVID-19 infection.[20]
  • 10 March 2020: the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection of Moldova confirmed another two cases (the 2nd and the 3rd) of coronavirus. The infected people are a woman and a man, both of them returned from Italy, on 26 February and 1 March, respectively.[21] On the same day all foreigners coming from the countries affected by coronavirus have been banned from entering Moldova by plane.[22]
  • 11 March 2020: the 4th case has been confirmed.[23] Government announced that it closing all kindergartens, schools, colleges and universities for two weeks.[24]
  • 12 March 2020: 2 new cases (the 5th and the 6th) were confirmed.[25] As per 12 March 2020, there were no confirmed cases in the Transnistrian region,[26] but 8 people were quarantined after returning from abroad.[27]

Code red alert (13–16 March 2020)[edit]

  • 13 March 2020: the Extraordinary National Commission of Public Health established the Code Red alert at national level in the context of the epidemiological situation related to COVID-19 infection.[28] During this day other 2 new cases (the 7th and the 8th) have been confirmed.[29]
  • 14 March 2020: 4 new cases were confirmed. Thus, the total number of infected people reached 12.[30]
  • 15 March 2020: 11 new cases were confirmed. The total number of infected people reached 23.[31]
  • 16 March 2020: 6 new cases were confirmed. The total number is 29.[32] One woman recovered.[33]

State of emergency (17 March – 15 May 2020)[edit]

17–31 March 2020[edit]

  • 17 March 2020: the Parliament declared the state of emergency for the entire territory of the Republic of Moldova for a period of 60 days (17 March - 15 May 2020).[34] During 17 March 2020, the 30th case has been confirmed.[35]
  • 18 March 2020: the first death was confirmed, a 61-year-old woman who had travelled to Italy.[36] Another 6 new cases of infection have been confirmed.[37]
  • 19 March 2020: 13 new cases were confirmed. The total number of infected people since 7 March 2020 reached 49.[38]
  • 20 March 2020: 17 new cases were confirmed, and the total number of infected people since 7 March 2020 reached 66.[39] Upon the request of MoH, based on WHO Moldova recommendations short-list, Trimetrica LLC /www.trimetrica.com/ (ESRI Partner in Moldova) launched the customized ArcGIS Dashboard (an online platform) - allowing the real-time monitoring of COVID-19 cases in the Republic of Moldova. It's updated for 2 times per day.[40] The platform is accessible at this link: gismoldova.maps.arcgis.com
  • 21 March 2020: 14 new cases were confirmed, the total number of infected people since 7 March 2020 reaching 80. Out of these 14 new cases, 2 cases were recorded for the first time in the Transnistrian region. At the same time, it was announced that the first person infected and confirmed in the Republic of Moldova (on 7 March 2020), was treated and transferred to another section for recovery against other chronic diseases. Thus, the number of recovered persons reached 2.[41]
  • 27 March 2020: the second death was confirmed, a 79 years old woman who was a doctor working at the Emergency Medical Assistance Service. She got sick on 19 March, and on 24 March she was admitted to the Republican Clinical Hospital, in serious condition. The patient suffered from several chronic diseases (diabetes, heart failure, high blood pressure).[42] During 27 March 2020, 22 new cases were confirmed, the total number of infected people since 7 March 2020 reaching 199. On the same day, 3 patients recovered, the total number of recoveries reaching 5.[43]
  • 29 March 2020: the third death was confirmed, a woman from the Transnistrian region of Moldova.[44][45]
  • 31 March 2020: after 280 tests were performed, a record number of 55 new cases were confirmed, of which 48 cases were with local transmission, while 7 were import cases (of which 6 were from the United Kingdom and 1 from Austria). Thus, the total number of infected persons since 7 March 2020 reached 353. At the same time, 4 patients were treated and discharged from hospitals, the total number of recoveries reaching 22. Also, during 31 March 2020 the fourth death was confirmed, a man from the Briceni District of the Republic of Moldova.[45]

April 2020[edit]

  • 1 April 2020: the fifth death was confirmed, a person from the Transnistrian region.[46]
  • 2 April 2020: the sixth death was confirmed, a 53-year-old person from Ștefan Vodă District, which was hospitalized in a hospital from Chișinău. The patient also suffered from other chronic diseases.[47]
  • 27 April 2020: the quarantine regime in the Carahasani village of the Ştefan Vodă District (established on 1 April 2020) was lifted.[48]

1–15 May 2020[edit]

  • 9 May 2020: during this day, 1254 new tests, both primary and repeated, were performed. As a result, 139 new cases, all with local transmission, were registered, and thus, the total number of infected persons since 7 March 2020 reached 4867. The territorial distribution of these new cases was the following: Chisinau Municipality - 42; Transnistrian region - 16; Cahul District - 8; Balti Municipality - 7; Ungheni District - 7; Gagauzia Autonomous Territorial Unit - 6 (all in Ceadir-Lunga District); Soroca District - 6; Edinet District - 5; Ocnita District - 5; Straseni District - 5; Ialoveni District - 4; Anenii Noi District - 3; Căușeni District - 3; Criuleni District - 3; Dubăsari District - 3; Rezina District - 3; Basarabeasca District - 2; Fălești District - 2; Hîncești District - 2; Orhei District - 2; Călărași District - 1; Leova District - 1; Rîșcani District - 1; Ștefan-Vodă District - 1; Telenești District - 1. Of the total number of the new registered cases in this day, 25 were employees of medical institutions: doctors - 6, nurses - 14, support staff - 5. Also, 9 deaths were registered during that day (the highest daily fatality since the first case was registered in Moldova on 7 March 2020), and thus, the total number of deaths reached 161.[49]
  • 15 May 2020: 1344 tests were performed during this day (1117 primary tests and 227 repeated tests). As a result, 192 new cases were registered and thus, the total number of infected persons since 7 March 2020 reached 5745. Of the total number of the new registered cases, 18 were employees of medical institutions: doctors - 5, nurses - 8, support staff - 5. On the same day, 52 persons recovered (the total number of recoveries reached 2280) and 8 persons died (the total number of deaths reached 202).[50][51]
The Extraordinary National Commission of Public Health adopted the Decision No. 10[12] which provided the following:
  1. The state of emergency in public health is declared for the entire territory of the Republic of Moldova for the period 16 May - 30 June 2020, with the possibility to exend this period depending on the evolution of the epidemiological situation.
  2. The Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection and the National Agency for Public Health are designated as the responsible public authorities to manage the public health emergency.
  3. The decisions of the Extraordinary National Commission of Public Health are mandatory for the authorities of the central and local public administration, for the legal and natural persons, regardless of the field of activity and the legal organisational form.
  4. Non-compliance with the provisions/measures established by the National Commission of Public Health is a danger for the public health and will serve as a basis for the prosecution of administrative offences or criminal offences.

State of emergency in public health (since 16 May 2020)[edit]

Since 16 May 2020[edit]

  • 16 May 2020: 1429 tests were performed during this day (1180 primary tests and 249 repeated tests). As a result, 189 new cases were registered and thus, the total number of infected persons since 7 March 2020 reached 5934. Of the total number of the new registered cases, 30 were employees of medical institutions: doctors - 9, nurses - 13, support staff - 8. On the same day, 64 persons recovered (the total number of recoveries reached 2344) and 5 persons died (the total number of deaths reached 207).[52][53]

Statistics[edit]

Important notice: as mentioned by the Minister of Health, Labour and Social Protection of the Republic of Moldova on 25 April 2020, the number of recoveries reported by the authorities of the Republic of Moldova includes only the persons from the medical institutions that are controlled by the constitutional authorities of the Republic of Moldova, and does not include persons that recovered in the Transnistrian region of Moldova.[54] Therefore, the real number of recoveries shall be bigger than the number reflected in the charts below. Also, as the number of active cases is calculated by excluding from confirmed cases the number of recoveries and deaths, the real number of active cases shall be smaller than the number reflected in the charts below.

Total No. of cases


No. of new primary tests performed per day

Source of data for the number of daily tests: for 8–14 and 16 March 2020: the report of the Minister of Health, Labour and Social Protection presented at the press-conference on 1 May 2020; for 15, 17, 25 and 26 March 2020, 28 March - 6 April 2020 and since 8 April 2020 - the press releases of the Minister of Health, Labour and Social Protection of the Republic of Moldova;[2] for 18–24 March 2020 the number of daily performed tests was announced in the daily press conferences after the meetings of the Single Command Center for the management of the crisis triggered by COVID-19 (the press conferences are available at www.privesc.eu and www.realitatealive.md).


No. of new cases per day


No. of recoveries per day


No. of deaths per day


No. of active cases in each day


Total number of cases by age (confirmed during 7 March - 21 July 2020):[3]


Total number of cases by age and sex (confirmed during 7 March - 21 July 2020)[3]


Total number of cases by sex (confirmed during 7 March - 21 July 2020), in %[3]


Total number of cases: women (confirmed during 7 March - 21 July 2020)[3]

Pregnant women 188 cases (1.49%) 188
 
Non-pregnant women 12432 cases (98.51%) 12432
 
All women 12620 cases (100.00%)


Total number of cases by type of transmission (confirmed during 7 March - 21 July 2020)[3]

Imported cases 226 cases (1.05%) 226
 
Local transmission cases 21216 cases (98.95%) 21216
 
All cases 21442 cases (100.00%)


Total number of deaths by age (confirmed during 7 March - 21 July 2020):[3]


Total number of deaths by age and sex (confirmed during 7 March - 21 July 2020)[3]


Total number of deaths by sex (confirmed during 7 March - 21 July 2020), in %[3]


The daily evolution
Note: Imp. = import cases; Loc. = local transmission cases; Susp. = suspected cases; n/a = data is not available.

Date
of
reporting
Primary
tests
Confirmed cases Recoveries Death Active Susp.
New Total New Total New Total New Total
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
2020-03-07 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 n/a
2020-03-08 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 n/a
2020-03-09 4 7 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 n/a
2020-03-10 8 15 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 13
2020-03-11 30 45 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 22
2020-03-12 30 75 2 6 0 0 0 0 6 30
2020-03-13 33 108 2 8 0 0 0 0 8 20
2020-03-14 47 155 4 12 0 0 0 0 12 25
2020-03-15 49 204 11 23 0 0 0 0 23 27
2020-03-16 27 231 6 29 1 1 0 0 28 20
2020-03-17 47 277 1 30 0 1 0 0 29 40
2020-03-18 63 340 6 36 0 1 1 1 34 96
2020-03-19 95 435 13 49 0 1 0 1 47 108
2020-03-20 90 525 17 66 0 1 0 1 64 n/a
2020-03-21 111 636 14 80 1 2 0 1 77 106
2020-03-22 124 760 14 94 0 2 0 1 91 104
2020-03-23 115 875 15 109 0 2 0 1 106 97
2020-03-24 104 979 16 125 0 2 0 1 122 119
2020-03-25 153 1132 24 149 0 2 0 1 146 116
2020-03-26 134 1266 28 177 0 2 0 1 174 n/a
2020-03-27 128 1394 22 199 3 5 1 2 192 134
2020-03-28 231 1625 32 231 6 11 0 2 218 135
2020-03-29 246 1871 32 263 2 13 1 3 247 110
2020-03-30 169 2040 35 298 5 18 0 3 277 108
2020-03-31 280 2320 55 353 4 22 1 4 327 66
Date
of
reporting
Primary
tests
Confirmed cases Recoveries Death Active Susp.
New Total New Total New Total New Total
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
2020-04-01 329 2649 70 423 1 23 1 5 395 67
2020-04-02 332 2981 82 505 2 25 1 6 474 n/a
2020-04-03 419 3400 86 591 0 25 2 8 558 192
2020-04-04 681 4081 161 752 4 29 4 12 711 n/a
2020-04-05 349 4430 112 864 1 30 3 15 819 188
2020-04-06 192 4622 101 965 7 37 4 19 909 155
2020-04-07 510 5132 91 1056 3 40 3 22 994 215
2020-04-08 629 5761 118 1174 3 43 5 27 1104 200
2020-04-09 534 6295 115 1289 7 50 2 29 1210 190
2020-04-10 568 6863 149 1438 6 56 0 29 1353 246
2020-04-11 598 7461 122 1560 19 75 1 30 1455 129
2020-04-12 439 7900 102 1662 19 94 2 32 1536 96
2020-04-13 273 8173 50 1712 13 107 4 36 1569 74
2020-04-14 465 8638 87 1799 27 134 4 40 1625 136
2020-04-15 594 9232 115 1914 37 171 6 46 1697 117
2020-04-16 640 9872 105 2019 64 235 8 54 1730 172
2020-04-17 549 10421 110 2129 41 276 2 56 1797 132
2020-04-18 726 11147 153 2282 115 391 4 60 1831 159
2020-04-19 640 11787 190 2472 66 457 7 67 1948 63
2020-04-20 199 11986 76 2548 21 478 3 70 2000 60
2020-04-21 241 12227 66 2614 27 505 3 73 2036 113
2020-04-22 696 12923 164 2778 55 560 3 76 2142 145
2020-04-23 792 13715 148 2926 101 661 4 80 2185 116
2020-04-24 857 14572 184 3110 94 755 7 87 2268 140
2020-04-25 1024 15596 194 3304 70 825 7 94 2385 140
2020-04-26 594 16190 104 3408 70 895 2 96 2417 108
2020-04-27 367 16557 73 3481 30 925 6 102 2454 107
2020-04-28 695 17252 157 3638 50 975 5 107 2556 162
2020-04-29 801 18053 133 3771 139 1114 4 111 2546 116
2020-04-30 878 18931 126 3897 68 1182 8 119 2596 139
Date
of
reporting
Primary
tests
Confirmed cases Recoveries Death Active Susp.
New Total New Total New Total New Total
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
2020-05-01 801 19732 83 3980 90 1272 3 122 2586 142
2020-05-02 371 20103 72 4052 62 1334 2 124 2594 108
2020-05-03 368 20471 69 4121 48 1382 1 125 2614 147
2020-05-04 696 21167 127 4248 41 1423 7 132 2693 95
2020-05-05 924 22091 115 4363 121 1544 4 136 2683 138
2020-05-06 775 22866 113 4476 114 1658 7 143 2675 145
2020-05-07 739 23605 129 4605 89 1747 2 145 2713 159
2020-05-08 874 24479 2 121 123 148 4580 4728 79 1826 7 152 2750 180
2020-05-09 986 25465 0 139 139 148 4719 4867 99 1925 9 161 2781 181
2020-05-10 420 25885 0 60 60 148 4779 4927 33 1958 8 169 2800 132
2020-05-11 373 26258 0 68 68 148 4847 4995 22 1980 7 176 2839 129
2020-05-12 780 27038 0 159 159 148 5006 5154 89 2069 6 182 2903 187
2020-05-13 1086 28124 1 251 252 149 5257 5406 107 2176 3 185 3045 199
2020-05-14 892 29016 2 145 147 151 5402 5553 52 2228 9 194 3131 184
2020-05-15 1117 30133 1 191 192 152 5593 5745 52 2280 8 202 3263 197
2020-05-16 1180 31313 0 189 189 152 5782 5934 64 2344 5 207 3383 164
2020-05-17 749 32062 0 126 126 152 5908 6060 64 2408 4 211 3441 131
2020-05-18 360 32422 1 77 78 153 5985 6138 17 2425 6 217 3496 125
2020-05-19 1070 33492 1 201 202 154 6186 6340 83 2508 4 221 3611 197
2020-05-20 1238 34730 1 212 213 155 6398 6553 445 2953 7 228 3372 167
2020-05-21 1046 35776 0 151 151 155 6549 6704 136 3089 5 233 3382 178
2020-05-22 1028 36804 0 143 143 155 6692 6847 280 3369 4 237 3241 203
2020-05-23 989 37793 1 146 147 156 6838 6994 83 3452 5 242 3300 165
2020-05-24 599 38392 1 98 99 157 6936 7093 261 3713 8 250 3130 152
2020-05-25 383 38775 1 53 54 158 6989 7147 89 3802 11 261 3084 125
2020-05-26 833 39608 0 158 158 158 7147 7305 82 3884 7 268 3153 191
2020-05-27 1289 40897 2 230 232 160 7377 7537 91 3975 6 274 3288 214
2020-05-28 1231 42128 0 188 188 160 7565 7725 148 4123 8 282 3320 146
2020-05-29 1028 43156 0 171 171 160 7736 7896 155 4278 6 288 3330 159
2020-05-30 1281 44437 1 201 202 161 7937 8098 177 4455 3 291 3352 220
2020-05-31 673 45110 2 151 153 163 8088 8251 126 4581 4 295 3375 194
Date
of
reporting
Primary
tests
Confirmed cases Recoveries Death Active Susp.
New Total New Total New Total New Total
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
2020-06-01 639 45749 1 108 109 164 8196 8360 41 4622 10 305 3433 169
2020-06-02 1093 46842 1 187 188 165 8383 8548 116 4738 2 307 3503 189
2020-06-03 1405 48247 0 247 247 165 8630 8795 125 4863 3 310 3622 178
2020-06-04 1173 49420 0 223 223 165 8853 9018 146 5009 5 315 3694 292
2020-06-05 1296 50716 0 229 229 165 9082 9247 231 5240 8 323 3684 292
2020-06-06 1247 51963 0 264 264 165 9346 9511 210 5450 8 331 3730 212
2020-06-07 685 52648 0 189 189 165 9535 9700 188 5638 10 341 3721 166
2020-06-08 404 53052 2 105 107 167 9640 9807 100 5738 12 353 3716 165
2020-06-09 664 53716 0 218 218 167 9858 10025 59 5797 12 365 3863 215
2020-06-10 1192 54908 0 296 296 167 10154 10321 133 5930 6 371 4020 262
2020-06-11 1399 56307 1 405 406 168 10559 10727 142 6072 4 375 4280 235
2020-06-12 1404 57711 3 363 366 171 10922 11093 157 6229 10 385 4479 250
2020-06-13 1426 59137 0 366 366 171 11288 11459 192 6421 13 398 4640 231
2020-06-14 842 59979 2 279 281 173 11567 11740 202 6623 8 406 4711 215
2020-06-15 545 60524 0 139 139 173 11706 11879 171 6794 5 411 4674 175
2020-06-16 1483 62007 2 373 375 175 12079 12254 107 6901 12 423 4930 247
2020-06-17 1659 63666 2 476 478 177 12555 12732 176 7077 10 433 5222 230
2020-06-18 1337 65003 7 367 374 184 12922 13106 175 7252 11 444 5410 227
2020-06-19 1651 66654 0 450 450 184 13372 13556 273 7525 6 450 5581 245
2020-06-20 1586 68240 1 396 397 185 13768 13953 220 7745 14 464 5744 220
2020-06-21 846 69086 0 247 247 185 14015 14200 151 7896 9 473 5831 220
2020-06-22 881 69967 0 163 163 185 14178 14363 123 8019 7 480 5864 153
2020-06-23 1319 71286 1 350 351 186 14528 14714 193 8212 10 490 6012 203
2020-06-24 1547 72833 1 363 364 187 14891 15078 188 8400 5 495 6183 230
2020-06-25 1456 74289 3 372 375 190 15263 15453 199 8599 7 502 6352 200
2020-06-26 1346 75635 0 323 323 190 15586 15776 166 8765 13 515 6496 198
2020-06-27 1607 77242 1 303 304 191 15889 16080 198 8963 6 521 6596 177
2020-06-28 706 77948 0 170 170 191 16059 16250 118 9081 9 530 6639 127
2020-06-29 563 78511 1 106 107 192 16165 16357 148 9229 6 536 6592 150
2020-06-30 1237 79748 0 256 256 192 16421 16613 153 9382 9 545 6686 207
Date
of
reporting
Primary
tests
Confirmed cases Recoveries Death Active Susp.
New Total New Total New Total New Total
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
2020-07-01 1513 81261 1 284 285 193 16705 16898 212 9594 4 549 6755 178
2020-07-02 1398 82659 4 248 252 197 16953 17150 252 9846 11 560 6744 201
2020-07-03 1320 83979 2 293 295 199 17246 17445 247 10093 13 573 6779 209
2020-07-04 1326 85305 1 226 227 200 17472 17672 303 10396 7 580 6696 199
2020-07-05 604 85909 0 142 142 200 17614 17814 322 10718 5 585 6511 157
2020-07-06 557 86466 1 91 92 201 17705 17906 329 11047 10 595 6264 131
2020-07-07 1040 87506 4 231 235 205 17936 18141 194 11241 8 603 6297 206
2020-07-08 1285 88791 1 329 330 206 18265 18471 308 11549 11 614 6308 160
2020-07-09 1176 89967 1 194 195 207 18459 18666 387 11936 10 624 6106 174
2020-07-10 1254 91221 0 258 258 207 18717 18924 252 12188 11 635 6101 182
2020-07-11 1149 92370 2 282 284 209 18999 19208 268 12456 5 640 6112 196
2020-07-12 743 93113 0 174 174 209 19173 19382 211 12667 2 642 6073 137
2020-07-13 388 93501 0 57 57 209 19230 19439 126 12793 7 649 5997 147
2020-07-14 1227 94728 1 268 269 210 19498 19708 240 13033 6 655 6020 219
2020-07-15 1434 96162 5 327 332 215 19825 20040 265 13298 4 659 6083 197
2020-07-16 1280 97442 0 224 224 215 20049 20264 342 13640 7 666 5958 195
2020-07-17 1166 98608 4 226 230 219 20275 20494 273 13913 9 675 5906 268
2020-07-18 1411 100019 4 296 300 223 20571 20794 270 14183 5 680 5931 196
2020-07-19 692 100711 1 185 186 224 20756 20980 193 14376 4 684 5920 186
2020-07-20 557 101268 1 134 135 225 20890 21115 91 14467 10 694 5954 180
2020-07-21 1211 102479 1 326 327 226 21216 21442 132 14599 13 707 6136 233
2020-07-22 1411 103890 0 356 356 226 21572 21798 257 14856 5 712 6230 235
Date
of
reporting
New Total Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
Imp. Loc. Imp.+
Loc.
New Total New Total Active Susp.
New Total
Primary
tests
Confirmed cases Recoveries Death


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References[edit]

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