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Covid-19: 2000+ confirmed cases and 103 fatalities in Iraq today

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Date: 2020-07-09T16:49:03+0000
Covid-19: 2000+ confirmed cases and 103 fatalities in Iraq today

Shafaq News / The Iraqi Ministry of Health announced today, Thursday, registering 2170 new confirmed cases and 103 fatalities of Covid-19.

The ministry said in the daily epidemiological report received by Shafaq news agency, that "11,809 test were performed in all the specialized laboratories in Iraq for this day", noting that, "the total sum of tests performed since the beginning of the outbreak in Iraq amounts to 64,9036 ".

The statement explained that the Ministry of Health laboratories registered 2170 cases today in the country, distributed as follows:
Baghdad /Al-Rusafa 292
Baghdad / Al-Karkh 308
Medical City 38
Najaf 88
Al-Sulaymaniyah 208
Erbil 57
Duhok 29
Karbala 141
Kirkuk 113
Diyala 86
Wasit 137
Basra 131
Maysan 90
Babel 93
Al-Diwaniyah 145
Dhi Qar 49
Al-Anbar 22
Al-Muthanna 100
Nineveh 22
Saladin 21

The report also showed that the total number of recovery cases today amounted to 1623 cases, as follows:
Baghdad/ Al-Rusafa 264
Baghdad/ Al-Karkh 146
Medical City 3
Najaf 102
Al-Sulaymaniyah 34
Erbil 101
Duhok 5
Karbala 76
Kirkuk 51
Diyala 74
Wasit 131
Basra 100
Maysan 147
Babel 99
Al-Diwaniyah 95
Dhi Qar 150
Al-Anbar 7
Nineveh 15
Saladin 23.

As for the fatalities, according to the ministry, the number of deaths today reached 103, distributed as follows:
Baghdad/ Al-Rusafa 21
Baghdad/ Al-Karkh 6
Medical City 2
Najaf 6
Al-Sulaymaniyah 7
Erbil 4
Karbala 3
Kirkuk 4
Wasit 4
Basra 12
Maysan 4
Babel 3
Al-Diwaniyah 7
Dhi Qar 17
Nineveh 1
Al-Muthanna 1
Saladin 1.

The statement indicated that the total number of confirmed cases since the outbreak of the epidemic amounted to 69612, while the total number of recoveries amounted to 39502. The total count of inpatients is 27228, 415 of which are receiving intensive care. The death toll from the complications of the virus is 2882.

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