The National Public Health Organization, in its daily bulletin on novel coronavirus infections, noted 111 new coronavirus-related deaths in Greece on Tuesday.

There were 2,199 new cases confirmed of which 25 were identified at entry points to the country. There were 413 new cases detected in Attica, 538 in Thessaloniki, 112 in Larissa, 85 in Pella, 81 in Drama, 72 in Xanthi, 70 in Magnisia, 66 in Imathia, 56 in Serres, 55 in Kavala, 44 in Pieria, 43 in Kozani, 41 in Rodopi, 40 in Halkidiki, 35 in Kilkis, 33 in Trikala and another 33 in Evros, 28 in Aitolokarnania, 28 in Fthiotida, 28 in Florina, 26 in Karditsa, 24 in Ioannina, 21 in Chania, 17 in Grevena, 14 in Achaia, 13 in Corfu, 11 in Viotia, 10 each in Rhodes, Arcadia, Kastoria and Lesvos, nine in Evia, eight each in Arolida and Rethymno, six in Messinia, four each in Arta and Laconia, three each in Ilia and Chios, two each in Evrytania, Thesprotia, Kalymnos and Corinth and one each in Kefalonia, Mykonos, Lemnos and Preveza.

READ MORE: Greek COVID-19 cases continue to remain high, 101 deaths in 24 hours

There are currently 596 intubated patients in hospitals with a median age of 65 years. Of these 75.8 per cent have an underlying condition or are over 70 years of age. The majority are men, and 167 are women.

The death toll in Greece currently stands at 2,517 since the pandemic came to the country.