Sunday January 24 brought 512 new cases of Covid-19 in Latvia, according to the Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPKC).
Saturday January 23 brought 910 new cases of Covid-19 in Latvia, according to the Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPKC).
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On January 21, the first European Latvian networking event took place, which brought together 75 entrepreneurs and active Latvian nationals from all over Europe.
Latvia and fellow Baltic states Lithuania and Estonia have added their voices to those of other European Union member states demanding the fastest possible rollout of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.
With new Covid-19 cases still registering in the hundreds each day, the so-called "quiet period" in Latvia has been extended until February 7, including curfew conditions at weekends.
Friday January 22 brought fewer than 900 new cases of Covid-19 in Latvia, according to the Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPKC), in a further tentative yet hopeful sign that infection rates may have peaked.
In some cases, medics have got Covid-19 after the first dose of vaccine, said Dace Zavadska, head of Immunization Council, on Latvian Radio January 22.
The defense sector is planning to reach a number of aims this year, including ensuring that the armed forces are fully supplied with food produced in Latvia, Defense Minister Artis Pabriks told Latvian Radio January 22.
The government has decided to apply for additional 646 510 vaccines available to Latvia by the German producer CureVac, the Ministry of Health said January 21.
One of the highest-profile criminal cases of recent years came to a dramatic conclusion January 21 with the acquital of former Latvian railways chief Uģis Magonis and Estonian businessman Oleg Ossinovski on bribery charges, Latvian Radio reported.
Thursday January 21 brought fewer than 1,000 new cases of Covid-19 in Latvia, according to the Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPKC), in a further tentative yet hopeful sign that infection rates may have peaked.
Opening all retail venues could be considered if no more than 270 new Covid-19 cases per day were registered in Latvia, Jurijs Perevošcikovs, epidemiologist of the Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPKC) told Latvian Television January 21.
Latvian scientists will have the opportunity to apply for another €11 million for the continuation of Covid-19 related studies, the Ministry of Education and Science (IZM) said January 20.
The definition of the concept of family in the Constitution should be a broad debate among experts and society, Ombudsman Juris Jansons said on Latvian Radio January 20.
The situation with medical staff getting infected with Covid-19 is improving, Latvian Radio reported January 20.
Data published January 20 by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that in December 2020, the number of births was the lowest in the past 100 years.
Wednesday January 20 brought another 1,000 new cases of Covid-19 in Latvia, according to the Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPKC).
Latvia has decided to grant asylum to 13 Belarusian citizens, while a further 35 citizens of the neighboring country are still being discussed, LETA reported January 20.
Cruel treatment of animals is still ongoing in Latvia, the Food and Veterinary Service (PVD) told Latvian Radio January 20.
In Latvia last year, the average user browsed the Internet for an average of 27 hours per month, according to information published January 19 by the international Internet research and technology company Gemius.
As temperatures fall, dangerous icicles appear on rooftops of houses, representative of Rīga housing management (Rīgas namu pārvaldnieks) Krists Leiskals said January 20.
The Ministry of Health (VM) has been allocated €7 million for the introduction of new mental health care opportunities, VM said January 19.
The restrictions currently in place regarding commerce, social interactions and more, to try to stop the spread of Covid-19 within Latvia, will be extended until February 7, the government said January 19.
Tuesday January 19 brought another 812 new cases of Covid-19 in Latvia, according to the Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPKC).
Changes to improve higher education law are currently being prepared. Universities, however, believe that law is not enough without an increase in funding, Latvian Television reported January 19.
Not only are total numbers of Covid-19 patients in hospitals growing; those with severe course of the disease are also adding up, Latvian Television reported January 18.
Latvian Television broadcast 4.studija on January 18 has compiled information about the procedure of getting the Covid-19 test result translated into other languages.
Prosecutor General Juris Stukāns has established a new prosecutor's office targeting crimes committed by state officials, Latvian Television investigative broadcast De Facto reported January 17.