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Covid-19: higher rates of infection in Duhok

Category: Kurdistan

Date: 2020-07-27T10:43:47+0000
Covid-19: higher rates of infection in Duhok

Shafaq News / director general of Duhok health Dr. Nizar Ismat announced on Monday that the number of new cases of Coronavirus has increased markedly.

"We have registered new cases daily basis because of the citizens' non-compliance with the conditions of health protection," Ismat said in a press conference attended by Shafaq News agency.

He also stressed that opening the roads linking Duhok with the other Iraqi governorates, as well as opening border crossings, caused a great increase in cases

The director also announced that since the outbreak, Duhok recorded 369 cases, 316 recoveries and more than 11,000 were subjected to quarantine.

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