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Diyala registers the first COVID-19 infection among journalists

Category: Iraq News

Date: 2020-08-07T15:44:33+0000
Diyala registers the first COVID-19 infection among journalists

Shafaq News / A medical source in Diyala reported, on Friday, that the first COVID-19 infection among journalists in Diyala had been registered. 


The source told Shafaq News agency that the Biladi channel's reporter in Diyala, Mahmoud Duraid Al-Tamimi, contracted COVID-19, along with two members of his family.


The source added that Al-Tamimi is currently quarantined until he achieves full recovery.


It is noteworthy that the total number of COVID-19 cases in Diyala reached 4236, while 3500 recoveries and 139 fatalities were registered.

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