The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) says the day-time curfew for preventing the spread of the coronavirus will continue in the country.
The deputy MoPH health services provisions, Feda Muhammad Peykan in a press conference said that of the 80 cases of the coronavirus, 28 individuals of them have no experience of trip to Iran.
According to Paykan, one of the health workers in Kandahar and four others in Herat have been infected with the coronavirus.
He stressed that the day-time curfew in Herat, Farah and Zaranj cities will continue until the situation returns to normal.
He noted that there is the possibility of a large number of coronavirus cases in Kabul that have not been recorded so far.
Paykan has assured that serious measures have been taken for sending the addicts to the addiction Centre.
This comes as the total number of confirmed cases in Afghanistan reaches to 84.