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COVID-19: 26 fatalities and 605 new cases in Kurdistan today

Category: Kurdistan

Date: 2020-09-18T11:46:14+0000
COVID-19: 26 fatalities and 605 new cases in Kurdistan today

Shafaq News / The Ministry of Health in Kurdistan Region registered on Thursday 26 fatalities and 605 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.

The ministry said that 4987 tests were performed today

The newly diagnosed cases were distributed as follows: 245 Erbil, 107 Al-Sulaymaniyah, 26 Garmyan, 190 Duhok, 28 Halabja.

471 patients achieved full recovery and were distributed as follows: 192 in Erbil, 26 Al-Sulaymaniyah, 39 Garmyan, 189 Duhok; 25 Halabja.

while 26 fatalities were registered and distributed as follows: 8 in Erbil, 9 Al-Sulaymaniyah, 1 Garmyan, 1 Halabja, 7 Duhok.

The total number of cases rose to 39946, 25263 of them achieved full recovery.

 The fatality toll is 1472.



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