COVID-19 Tally in Afghanistan Reaches 2171
The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) says 232 new cases of the coronavirus have been registered in the country during the past 24 hours.
The deputy of MoPH, Wahid Majroh in a press conference on Thursday said that 232 new cases of the coronavirus have been registered in laboratories of the Ministry during the past 24 hours.
According to Majroh, the new cases include 45 cases in Kandahar, 34 in Herat, 20 in Kabul, 12 in Ghazni, 10 in Paktia, Logar, 9 in each provinces of Panjshir, Samangan and 8 cases in Takhar province.
He went on to say seven cases reported in Kunduz, 5 cases in Nangarhar, Baghlan, 4 cases in Wardak, Badghis, 3 in Laghman, 2 in Paktika, Parwan and one in each provinces of Sar-e Pul and Faryab province.
Majroh noted that two patients were died in Herat and Kabul during the past 24 hours which the death toll reaches 64 in the country.
He added that 4 patients have also recovered and the number of people recovered from the coronavirus reaches 260 in the country.
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