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COVID-19: 17 fatalities and 636 new cases in Kurdistan today

Category: Kurdistan

Date: 2020-09-22T12:57:35+0000
COVID-19: 17 fatalities and 636 new cases in Kurdistan today

Shafaq News / The Ministry of Health in Kurdistan Region registered 17 fatalities and 636 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.

The newly diagnosed cases were distributed as follows: 110 Erbil, 109 Al-Sulaymaniyah, 32 Garmyan, 353 Duhok, 32 Halabja.

403 patients achieved full recovery and were distributed as follows: 186 Erbil, 28 Al-Sulaymaniyah, 34 Garmyan, 126 Duhok, 29 Halabja.

While the mortalities were distributed as follows: 2 in Erbil, 6 Al-Sulaymaniyah, 2 Garmyan, 1 Raperin.

The statement added that the total recovery cases since the outbreak of the virus has amounted to 27324 while the total number of confirmed cases has reached 42368, including 13491 inpatients. The death toll has reached 1553.


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