From the beginning of the pandemic, there are 15,378 confirmed coronavirus infections in Finland, according to the new numbers released on Wednesday by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL).

The number of new infections between Monday and Wednesday is 215. Today’s data includes numbers from the past two days because of a malfunction in THL’s reporting system on Tuesday.

Most new infections were confirmed in the following cities: 99 in Helsinki (5,023), 42 in Espoo (1,650), 29 in Vantaa (1,535) and 26 in Tampere (406).

In addition, new infections were confirmed in the cities and municipalities below:

26 in Turku, 25 in Jyväskylä, 16 in Oulu, 10 in Salo, 9 in Lahti, 7 in Hämeenlinna, 6 in Pietarsaari, 5 in Kuopio, 5 in Lohja, 5 in Kirkkonummi, 5 in Hyvinkää, 5 in Kouvola, 4 in Rovaniemi, 4 in Mustasaari, 4 in Riihimäki, 4 Porvoo, 4 in Ylöjärvi, 3 in pirkkala, 3 in Lapua, 3 in Nokia, 3 in Sipoo, 3 in Vaasa, 2 in Korsnäs, 2 in Kempele, 2 in Savonlinna, 2 in Tammela, 2 in Pälkäne, 2 in Lappeenranta,  2 in Vihti, 2 in Pälkäne, 2 in Mikkeli, 2 in Lempäälä, 1 in Uusikaupunki, 1 in Kaarina, 1 in Orivesi, 1 in Eurajoki, 1 in Hattula, 1 Lieto, 1 in Laihia, 1 in Kerava, 1 in Sastamala, 1 in Äänekoski, 1 in Ulvila, 1 in Pori, 1 in Tuusula, 1 in Eura, 1 in Uusikaarlepyy, 1 in Kokkola, 1 in Janakkala, 1 in Mynämäki, 1 in Inkoo, 1 in Loviisa, 1 in Mäntsälä, 1 in Siuntio, 1 in Naantali, 1 in Forssa, 1 in Raasepori, 1 in Loimaa, 1 in Luoto, 1 in Nurmijärvi,.

The individual statistics of new infections don’t include municipalities where there are fewer than 5 infections.

Currently, there are 74 people in hospital care being treated for the coronavirus. This is four more patients in hospital care than in our previous report on Monday.

10 people are intensive care. This is one patient fewer than on Monday.