Citizens are now asking the government to release the figures and fear the data will indicate an increase in infections and deaths, which is denied.
The country’s death toll rose to 28,215 last Thursday, the fourth highest in the world behind the United States, Britain and Italy.
The number of confirmed cases increased from 393 to 144,556, an increase of 0.3%, in line with the average increase per day seen since the end of a lockout on May 11. The number of cases increased by 318 on Wednesday.
On Saturday, coronavirus infections in Europe exceeded 2 million.