COVID-19: 234 RECOVERED PEOPLE

Luanda – Angolan health authorities announced, this Monday, the recovery of 234 patients, 69 new infections and 4 deaths, in the last 24 hours.

According to the daily bulletin, read by the secretary of State for Public Health, Franco Mufinda, those recovered, are aged between 1 month and 82 years, and they are 179 resident in Luanda, 22 in Cabinda, 11 from Malanje, 10 from Huambo, 6 from Bié, and 2 from Cunene, Moxico and Namibe, respectively.

The new infections were diagnosed in the provinces of Luanda (36), Huambo (22), Cabinda (5), Uíge (4), Malanje and Moxico with 1 each.

With ages ranging from 3 to 83 years, the list includes 45 male and 24 female.

The deaths were registered 3 in Luanda and 1 in Malanje, whose ages ranged from 49 to 70 years, all males.

The local labs processed, in the last 24 hours, 1,664 samples by RT-PCR.

The Country sums a total of 63,930 positive cases, of which 1,701 died, 52,750 recovered patients and 9,479 active.

Source: Angola Press News Agency

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