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On Wednesday, 1 879 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Lithuania. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the country has already detected 497 643 coronavirus cases.
1 879 new COVID-19 cases
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18 224 COVID-19 cases are still active.

Yesterday 15 people died of COVID-19 in Lithuania. The death toll reaches 16 359 cases.

On Wednesday, 15 520 PCR and 3 467 antigen tests were done to detect COVID-19.

Yesterday 17 493 people were vaccinated in the country. In total, 1 329 232 people are fully vaccinated.

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